News

  • Alan Eisenstock’s Playlist — The Long Haul
      (Editor’s note: Palisadian Alan Eisenstock’s 19th book “Redeeming Justice” co-written with Jarrett Adams, came out in September and was named the Best Book of that month by Amazon. “A consuming tale of a broken legal system, its trail of ruin
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  • Genesis Cuts Made Going into Round 3
    The field started with 120 golfers on Thursday. After 36 holes of golf, 75 players have made the cut at Even-par 142. Leading the field  is Joaquin Niemann, the 23-year-old Chilean pro. He was 8 under today, and combined with his first round, he is
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  • Local Groups Work Concessions at Genesis to Raise Money
    It was another beautiful day at the Riviera Golf Club and Circling the News checked in with two groups who are working in concession stands at the Genesis Invitational Tournament. Members of the Woman’s Club are in a booth by Hole 6 and members of
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  • Large Branch Needs to Be Cleared, Before it Comes Down
    A large eucalyptus tree topped across Sunset and Bienveneda around 3:30 p.m. on December 30 and neighbors reported: “Massive tree down on Sunset and Bienveneda—took the power lines out,” and “Just drove by and there’s multiple trucks and people
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  • Round One Completed at the Genesis Invitational
    This is one event you will not want to miss. There’s food, there’s cocktails, there’s the Riviera and its historic clubhouse and pro-golfers. The kicker? One of the top sporting events in the country is in Pacific Palisades’ backyard. At the
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  • Street Repaving Requested for La Cruz – and Other Palisades Streets
    A 1953 water pipe ruptured on La Cruz on February 2. A portion of the street needed to be repaved after the repair was made. The street was already in bad shape with alligator cracking and ruts. (Alligator or fatigue cracking means the asphalt
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  • Red Cross Fundraiser to Feature Fine Cuisine, Storytelling and an On-line Auction
      Sotheby’s realtor Josie Tong is on the executive board of the American Red Cross LA Region and wanted to alert residents that March is Red Cross Month. Tong is helping organize a special March 3 virtual event that will include a
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  • Genesis Invitational Provides Food, Drinks and Great Golf
    Although Tiger Woods is not playing in the Genesis Invitational this week, he will be at the Riviera golf course in Pacific Palisades. In addition to being a legendary golfer, he is the founder and CEO of TGR, which is the primary charitable
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  • Braude Bike Trail “Gap” Construction Underway
    Former City Councilman Marvin Braude would be delighted that the long-proposed improvements to add a second lane to the bike path between the City of Santa Monica and Will Rogers State Beach is finally under construction. Work has started this week
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  • Chinese Law Professor Greg Brubaker Speaks to Optimist Club
    Greg Brubaker, an American who works in China most of the year as an adjunct law professor, spoke to the Pacific Palisades Optimist Club on February 1, about his life in China. Brubaker, who was born and raised in Los Angeles, traveled to Beijing in
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