News

  • Come to the First Parade Meeting
    Play a Vital Role in the Fourth of July Celebration The Pacific Palisades Americanism Parade Association (PAPA) is starting to plan for the coming year’s Fourth of July celebration, which includes the parade, concert and fireworks. This is the
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  •  ‘Underworld: Imaging the Afterlife’ at Getty
    Getty Villa Exhibit Takes Peek into Underworld By LIBBY MOTIKA Special to Circling the News We don’t know what happens to us after we die, and perhaps it’s only as the end nears that we begin to think about what’s next. Does the body disintegrate,
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  • Why Do People Hoard? Find Out
    Hoarding Highlighted at Senior Alliance “Buried in Treasures: Understanding Hoarding Behavior,” will be the topic of the Monday, March 11, Senior Alliance program at the Palisades Library Community Room. The program starts at 10:30 a.m. and is free
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  • $31,000 Awarded to 21 Local Nonprofits
    Woman’s Club Distributes Its Annual Grants Twenty-one local nonprofits received about $31,000 in grants at the annual Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club Awards Night on Wednesday. The need was great and the recipients grateful as the Woman’s Club
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  • PaliHi Class of ’63 Author at Diesel
      ‘Fay Wray and Robert Riskin: Hollywood Memoir’ Vicki Riskin, a member of the Class of ’63 at Palisades High, will discuss and sign Fay Wray and Robert Riskin: A Hollywood Memoir at 3 p.m. this Sunday, March 10 at Diesel bookstore
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  • Advocates Want 14924 Camarosa Preserved
    House Designed by Noted Architects in 1929 Local residents (organized as Bed of Roses Preservationists) are trying to save the 1929 Mediterranean/Monterrey revival-style residence at 14924 Camarosa Dr. from demolition. A public hearing seeking to
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  • New and Like-New Clothing Sought
    Professional Clothing Drive Underway The American Legion Auxiliary is hosting a professional clothing and accessories drive through March 31. Hosted through Working Wardrobes (WW), the nonprofit states: “We ask that you support us by donating gently
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  • Soccer, Wrestling, Water Polo and Boys Basketball End Seasons
    Winter Sports Wrap-up at PaliHi GIRLS SOCCER The Palisades High girls (12-3 overall) won the Western League (9-0) and were seeded sixth in the City Section Division I tournament. The Dolphins beat Bravo 5-0 in the first round, but then traveled to
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  • Lou Kamer Asks for Greater Transparency
    Public Input for Business District Project Needed Palisades PRIDE President John Padden presented an update at the February 14 Pacific Palisades Community Council meeting about a village beautification/harmonization project that has been in the
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  • Palisades Girls Basketball Advances in Regionals 
    Dolphins Play for So. Regional Title March 5 The Palisades High girls basketball team won the City Section championship on February 23, beating Carson 60-57 in overtime, with Rose Morris making a three pointer with just 10 seconds left to play.
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