News

  • Crime Report – July 31 through August 12
      Senior Lead Officer Brian Espin reported in an August 19 email that: “We need to stay vigilant and keep our neighbors in the loop when it comes to suspicious activity in the community. Espin said, “There was an incident in the Alphabet
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  • Giglios Speak, Via Zoom, on “The Summer of Christmas”
      One of the nicer families that lived in the Palisades, Keith and Juliet Giglio will be returning, albeit on Zoom, to speak about their new book “The Summer of Christmas.” Los Angeles City Library is hosting the event on Tuesday, August 23 at
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  • Palisades Win Season Opener 35-19
    The Palisades Charter High School football team has only two returning defensive starters, and the same on offense.  To call this team inexperienced would be charitable. But raw talent, athleticism and pure will power saw the Dolphins beat El Camino
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  • The Kayndaves Tiki Head May Go to a Museum
    (Editor’s note: CTN ran the story about Kayndaves selling the Palisades restaurant. Co-owner David Licht wrote such a lovely piece about the first restaurant that this editor wanted to share it.)   BY DAVID LICHT Special to Circling the
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  • FACT OR B.S. #5 – Poor People Need to Steal
    (Editor’s note: One of my son’s favorite television shows growing up was “Mythbusters.” Each episode focused on popular beliefs, Internet rumors or other myths. The cast would examine each myth and then either confirm or debunk it.
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  • Two Local Art Shows: One Friday, One Saturday
    This Friday, August 19, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Trancas Marketplace, 0745 PCH (just past Zuma Beach), the Malibu Art Association will feature local artists. They also host outdoor concert series and Riptide will be playing from 6 to 9 p.m. Palisades
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  • Sexual Predator Moved into Venice Neighborhood
    When a sexual predator moved into the Ramada Inn on Washington Boulevard in Venice in early 2022, neighbors were told that nothing could be done. The site, now a transitional homeless shelter, is near three school/preschools and abuts a residential
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  • Brian Cruz Appeals Conviction of Carjacking, Assault, Reckless Driving
    According to the 2nd Court of Appeals, appellant Brian Cruz appealed his convictions for carjacking, burglary, false imprisonment, assault, reckless driving, and hit-and-run driving. The crimes were committed largely in Pacific Palisades in 2014. In
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  • Obsessed Provide Unique Gems, Stones and Jewelry
    By ALISON BURMEISTER If you are in the mood for some “eye candy” visit Amy Russo and Michelle Good’s jewelry store, Obsessed, located on Sunset, near Wells Fargo and next to Naturella Beauty Center. In addition to the unique jewelry, there is a jar
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  • Theatre Palisades Award Show Provides a Delightful Romp
    If a resident is ever invited to the Theatre Palisades awards show, promptly cancel all other plans, and say “Yes.” It starts with a happy hour – and everyone is happy that live theater is back. After wine, drinks and a punch that was fruity and
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