News

  • Angel City Chorale Sings in the Semi-finals
    Angel City Chorale Needs Votes By BERNICE FOX Now that the Angel City Chorale has advanced to the “America’s Got Talent” semi-finals and will be on the second semi-final show on Tuesday, September 11. The chorale, which features as many as 160
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  • Exploring Santa Monica Canyon Landmarks
    Canyon Fourth Graders Learn Local History Fourth graders from Canyon Charter School walked to Hacienda Mojica, the site of La Senora Research Institute in Santa Monica Canyon on September 4. Afterwards they visited the Marquez Family Cemetery. The
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  • Palisades to be Part of Pilot Meter Program
    Parking Meter Money May Return to Palisades Pacific Palisades, which garners more than $419,000 annually in money solely from parking meters, may be receiving some of that money back, if a pilot program is approved by the City Council. At the
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  • ‘Stand Up to Cancer’ Telethon
    Bradley Cooper Produces “Stand Up to Cancer” Telethon Pacific Palisades resident Bradley Cooper is co-producing the “Stand Up to Cancer” (SU2C) Telethon on Friday, September 7. Cooper’s dad died from lung cancer in 2011. During his father’s illness,
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  • Sunset Lane Closure Impacts Traffic
      Gazzano Explains Lane Closure On August 29, Circling the News (CTN) sent the following email to Councilman Mike Bonin’s Communication Director David Graham-Caso: “As the construction progresses around Caruso’s Palisades Village, one
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  • Theatre Palisades’ Musical Opens
    Don’t Miss ‘BARK!  The Musical’ After attending Theatre Palisades productions at Pierson Playhouse for more than 20 years, I’ve enjoyed a wide variety of musicals and plays, and I thought I couldn’t be surprised at a performance. I was wrong. The
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  • Pumpkin Patch Ripped Out by City
     Pumpkin-Gate: No Rogue Squash Allowed Photos Courtesy of Sharon Kilbride and Cindy Simon “Who would not love a pumpkin patch, with fall approaching?” Santa Monica Canyon resident Joan Kramer asked in an August 31 email to neighbors. It seems that
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  • Crime in Pacific Palisades
    Four Attempted Home Entries; Suspect Arrested in Highlands   Four homes in Pacific Palisades were targeted by criminals on Thursday, August 30 and early Friday morning. According to an alert from Palisades Patrol, three burglaries occurred in
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  • Football: PaliHi Defeats Granada Hills
    PaliHi Football Beats Granada Hills, 28-13 The Palisades High football team is now 3-0, after defeating Granada Hills, 28-13, to win the Charter Bowl for the seventh straight year on August 30 at home. Pali Head Coach Tim Hyde told reporters after
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  • An Alternate View of the Caruso Project
      NON SEQUITUR © 2014 Wiley Ink, Inc. Dist. By ANDREWS MCMEEL SYNDICATION. Reprinted with permission. All rights reserved.     More about Cartoonist Wiley Miller By SUE PASCOE Wiley Miller, who lived at one time in Pacific Palisades,
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