News

  • Santa Monica Problems Affects Neighboring Cities

    Santa Monica Third Street Promenade and the Pier used to be a destination stop for people from Pacific Palisades. Store vacancy rates are now reported at 25 % by TheRealDeal.
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  • Pot Shots #18

    What are Pot-Shots? Ashleigh Brilliant writes: WHAT EXACTLY IS A “POT-SHOT” OR “BRILLIANT THOUGHT?” Pot-Shots are epigrams, composed according to the
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  • Zero Moved into Permanent Housing, According to City Records

    By SUE PASCOE and TIM CAMPBELL It seems all it will take to end homelessness in Los Angeles is more money. On the November ballot, voters will see the Affordable Housing,
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  • 2023 Champ Laura Osman Will Return to Defend Title

    In her first time running the 10K Will Roger race, Laura Osman of Encino, captured the women’s division. She made it look easy last July, running 6:17 min/miles for a winning
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  • Palisadian Miles Partain Qualifies for Olympics

    Professional beach volleyball player Miles Partain will play for the USA in the 2024 Olympics in Paris. Partain, 22, and partner Andy Benesh, 29, are ranked fourth in the
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  • Vickrey: The Endless Pull of Hometown Memories

    (Resident Bob Vickrey wrote: An old pal of mine that I grew up with in the Houston suburbs enjoyed my take on our small town of Galena Park. As I reread the story today, I
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  • Anton Flores Sentenced for Defrauding Dr. Sawusch

    Many people in Pacific Palisades were patients of ophthalmologist Dr. Mark Sawusch, now deceased. On June 17, Anthony Davis Flores aka Anthony David, was sentenced to 188
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  • Youth Need to Have More Stake in Palisades

    BY CHAZ PLAGER Fights in high schools aren’t uncommon by any means. They can happen for any number of reasons— love quarrels, money troubles, random aggression, and more. But
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  • Simple Oversight Leave Parents Angry: Traffic Tied Up

    A simple lack of communication saw traffic on Pacific Coast Highway and Temescal back up at the entrance to Will Rogers State Beach parking lot this morning, and parents
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  • At the Library June 17 through 21

        All activities take place at the Palisades Library, 861 Alma Real. The events are free and the public welcome. TUESDAY, JUNE 18 The Mysterious book club will
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