News

  • First Annual Chamber Stroll to Be Held
    Tiny Christmas Trees Herald Friday’s “Stroll” There are about 20 small Christmas trees attached to parking meters in the business district and Caruso’s Palisades Village. A Circling the News reader wondered, “What’s with all the
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  • Support the Woman’s Club
    Holiday Boutique at Woman’s Club The annual Woman’s Club Holiday Boutique, which was cancelled because of the Woolsey Fire, has been moved to this Saturday, December 1 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club, 901 Haverford. It
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  • New Landscaping for Fire Station 69
    Fire Station 69 Landscaping Saga In 2016, firefighters from Station 69 went to American Legion Post 283 to ask for a grant to install artificial turf in front of their station, on Sunset Boulevard at Carey Street. Firefighters at each City station
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  • Roundup Used at Station 69
    Roundup/Landscaping at Fire Station 69 Roundup is not illegal in Los Angeles. A resident emailed Circling the News on November 7 and said, “I was walking past Station 69 on Carey this morning and they had a man out on the parkway spraying Roundup. I
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  • Fundraiser to Support the Arts
    Buy Art: Support the Arts Paul Revere seventh grader Spencer Rodman is working on a community service project to benefit P.S. ARTS, a charity that brings arts education to under-served schools in the greater Los Angeles area. Rodman has taken art
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  • Book Sale this Saturday
    Friends of Library Holiday Book Sale After two hours, the annual holiday book sale held on November 10 was closed because of air quality from the smoke from the Woolsey fire. The continuation sale of hundreds of nearly-new fiction and non-fiction,
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  • Palisades Holiday Tradition to Continue!
    The Grinch Can’t Steal a Palisades Tradition In Dr. Seuss’ book, “The Grinch that Stole Christmas,” the meaning is clear that the holiday is not about crass commercialism, but rather about community and tradition. After successfully taking away the
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  • Caruso’s Grass Sprayed On
    Why Caruso’s Park Grass Remains Green By LOLA COFFEY Special to Circling the News A Palisades resident I know is amused by the towering Christmas tree on Caruso’s green patch in Palisades Village. Apparently, some limbs that were too thick had
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  • Estate Coffee on Via a Great Hangout
    Estate Coffee Provides Great Food/Drinks When Estate Coffee opened its doors at 847 Via de la Paz on May 19, it instantly became a comfortable hangout for locals, quietly removed from Sunset traffic and noise. The Via 800 block, which includes the
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  • Ask the Palisades Chamber of Commerce
      Questions for the Chamber Board After reading two articles about the Pacific Palisades Chamber of Commerce, one that explained why the Chamber is no longer planning to help with trash pick-up from various areas of the Palisades village and a
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