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  • Teens Have Few Places to Eat Out in Pacific Palisades
      By CHAZ PLAGER There’s a saying: If you’re rich, you live in Beverly Hills. If you’re famous, you live in Malibu. If you’re lucky, you live in Pacific Palisades. As someone who grew up in the Palisades, I didn’t really feel lucky every time I
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  • Woman’s Club: 90+ Birthday Party and Rummage Sale
    BIRTHDAY PARTY: The Woman’s Club, which annually holds a birthday party for those residents who are 90+, is seeking names, so those residents can be invited to the celebration. In 2021, a hybrid celebration was held, and members delivered a gift to
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  • Sermon – Lecture – Whatever: Get the Mammogram Done
    Say a person is driving a car and the service engine light comes on. Most likely the person will take it to a garage just to have it checked to make sure it’s nothing major. The other alternative is to ignore the warning, continue to drive the car
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  • Venice Under Crime Siege, No Coverage, “No Respect”
    No matter how much crime there is in Venice, it never seems to make it into major  L.A. newspapers. Comedian Rodney Dangerfield coined, “I don’t get no respect,” and Venice residents must feel similarly. Over the past few weeks, the town with a
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  • Support the Ballona Wetlands: Write a Letter
    If a resident would like to help save the environmentally-sensitive Ballona Wetlands from garbage and needles, your signature is sought. Residents can help save the El Segundo Blue Butterfly and the Belding’s Savannah Sparrow, which are endangered
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  • The Beagles House, Designed by Koenig, Is on the Market
    Photos: ROSALIE HUNTINGTON The Beagles residence was built in 1963 by noted American Architect Pierre Koenig. It has remained in the family for 59 years. With the death of Alice Beagles in early 2022, the house at 17446 Revello Drive, a concrete,
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  • Bonin Against Banning Homeless Encampments Next to Schools
    Protestors filled City Hall today and tried to prevent a vote that would ban homeless encampments within 500 feet of schools and daycare centers. Protestors heckled councilmembers, snapped their fingers and held signs that read, “Repeal
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  • Viewpoint: Temescal Canyon Is Not the Best Location for Dog Park
    By HOWARD YONET There appears to be an effort to place a long-desired dog park in lower Temescal Canyon, the exact spot not decided. I believe this is not a good idea and CTN has graciously agreed to let me present my reasons. I’ve spoken with
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  • Street Paving Explained: Check the Street Where You Live
    A reader wrote: “Curious: Who makes the decisions and using what criteria for re-surfacing our streets (asphalt slurry sealant)? “It seems as if our area gets treated quite frequently while other areas (of the city) not so much.” In a February
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  • Los Angeles Zoning Antiquated after Covid
    BY REECE PASCOE Experts have argued that to make Los Angeles a great city, there must be large-scale affordable housing built along transit corridors. Experts say that not only will it solve a housing problem, but also take care of the car problem.
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