News

  • Rachel Zoe Store to Close in Caruso Mall
    Clothier Lasts Six Months on Swarthmore March 24 will be the final day for Rachel Zoe, located in Palisades Village on Swarthmore. This was Zoe’s first retail space. A reliable source said the store had a six-month lease but decided not to renew.
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  • Chargers Star Antonio Gates Sets the Tone
    Pro Bowl Tight End Throws the First Pitch There are two annual long-time traditions in this community: the Fourth of July race/parade/concert/fireworks and the Pacific Palisades Baseball Association (PPBA) opening-day pancake breakfast. Under sunny
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  • Have an Impact on Local Education
    Residents Sought for PaliHi School Board If you have a teenager at Palisades Charter High School or if you are a member of Pacific Palisades and want to have more say in the educational process at PaliHi, consider running for Board of Trustees. It’s
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  • Village Green “Bombed” with Yarn
    Honoring National Women’s History Month “Spring arrives when the yarn goes up,” said resident Cindy Simon, who is co-founder of Dollies Making a Difference. The yarn she refers to is a yarn-bombing on the Village Green. Colorful blankets and strips
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  • Art Association Holds Meeting/Exhibition/Pot Luck
    Upcoming Palisades Art Association Events A general meeting will be held, for members only, at Diane Hajnal’s home, on Monday, March 18. The meeting will focus on mask making and decorating. If you would like to join the Pacific Palisades Art
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  • College Scandal Continues to Unfold
      More Than Half of Indicted Parents Wanted USC This week’s college admission scandal, deemed “Operation Varsity Blues” by the FBI, indicted at least 50 people, including some parents who spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to illegally
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  • California Is Officially Out of the Drought
    Don’t Put the Umbrellas Away, Yet . . . .          More rain is predicted midweek, which means Carol Leacock, the town’s County-certified rainmeister, will be back outside checking her rain gauge.           A headline in a Daily News March 15 story
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  • Vintage Grocers Closes Will Become Erewhon
    Palisades Vintage Closes Friday Morning Here on Thursday. Gone today, Friday, March 15. The rumors about Vintage Grocers leaving Caruso’s Palisades Village and being replaced by an Erewhon natural foods market are true. Even though there was
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  • Emergency Repairs on Southbound PCH
    Southbound Traffic on PCH Backed up to Malibu Emergency repairs started started overnight, March 13, on Pacific Coast Highway, with two of the three southbound lanes closed from the California Incline to the McClure Tunnel in Santa Monica.
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  • Rumor Mill: Erewhon Could Replace Vintage 
    Grocers Won’t Confirm the Ownership Swap In mid-February, Circling the News heard a rumor that Vintage Grocers was leaving Caruso’s Palisades Village. Rather than print a rumor, CTN reached out to a Vintage spokesperson on February 22, asking
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