News

  • “Four Angels” Will Be Featured    
    The world premiere of Grammy Award winner Richard Danielpour’s Four Angels for Clarinet and String Quartet will highlight St. Matthew’s Music Guild’s concert at 8 p.m. on Friday, November 11. Boris Allakhaverdyan, Los Angeles Philharmonic principal
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  • Mother’s Plea for Help: Find My Son
    The following note was shared with neighbors and communities with the hope that this mother can find her son, who went missing on Halloween. The mother, Pastor Dr. Frances Wattman Rosenau, wrote: My son Andrew is still missing, and we are
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  • Volunteer Treasurer Sought for Homeless Task Force
      PPTFH in Need of a Treasurer The Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness (PPTFH) has recently learned that its highly valued treasurer, who has served very effectively for the past three years, will leave that position effective November
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  • Jeff Moore to Speak on Spiny Succulents
    The Pacific Palisades Garden Club will hold it November 7 meeting, virtually, welcoming Jeff Moore of Solana Succulents. He will speak on spiny succluents, including cacti, euphorbias, alluaudias, fourquierias, terrestrial bromelidads and a host of
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  • Santa Monica Conservancy Presents: “Everything Old Is New Again”
    As part of its 20th Anniversary Celebration the Santa Monica Conservancy is hosting a special virtual program “Everything Old is New Again: Adaptive Reuse in Santa Monica,” at 5 p.m., Sunday, November 6. The Conservancy is a nonprofit organization
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  • Two Homeless Men Arrested for a Shooting at a 7-11 in Santa Monica
    On October 29, 2022, at 9:35 p.m., Officers responded to a report of shots fired at the 7-11 located at 1865 Lincoln Boulevard in Santa Monica. Upon arrival, officers found the glass from one of the front doors shattered along with one of the
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  • Coach Kling Celebrates 29th Title: Girls Win City
    “It was a close match,” said Palisades High School tennis Coach Bud Kling. But his team prevailed 15 ½ to 14 to help him reach his 29th City Section Title on October 27. The Dolphins defeated Granada Hills to win the Open Division trophy in the
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  • Live Theater in Pacific Palisades
    Missing Broadway and don’t have a trip to New York City planned? Can’t stand the drive downtown – and parking – at the Music Center? Good News, Covid is over and theater is alive in Pacific Palisades. The cost is minimal, the talent great and ranges
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  • Dolphins Lose to Venice 60-14
      It was supposed to be a good game against the Western League leaders, both 4-0, both vying for the championship, and the opportunity to play in the Open Division of the city playoffs. Palisades was first on the score board. Seven minutes in
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  • Letters: Mystery Solved, But Permanent Resolution Needed
      “Furniture Illegally Placed” was the headline for a musing that read: “A table, chairs, mailbox and a memorial sign were placed in the restricted entry area of the upper Via Olas bluffs on the Lombard trail going down the hill. The beach
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