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  • Building a Fourth of July Float Is Easy
    And Fun for Kids and Neighbors By LOU KAMER Last Fourth of July, there was a grown guy driving a huge, thirty-five foot, smoke-billowing, music-blaring truck down Sunset, zigzagging through all lanes and screaming out the window at people on the
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  • “Eat, Drink and Be Ninety” on June 1
    Woman’s Club Hosts Party for Town’s Nonagenarians If you have just turned 90, congratulations! You are now eligible for one of the most popular and enjoyable annual events in Pacific Palisades. Every year the Pacific Palisades Woman’s
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  • Spring Choral Concerts Feature Local Talent
    Scheduled for May 19 and June 21, 22 By BERNICE FOX Special to Circling the News Attending a local choral concert can be just the thing to help clear the head of everyday noise. And we’re in luck because this is the middle of what some call Spring
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  • A Four-Year College Degree Is a Waste
    Of Time and Money — for Some People By PERRY AKINS Special to Circling the News A four-year college degree is certainly the right choice for most high school graduates. However, so is a one- or two-year certificate program in the crafts. The
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  • Saturday Traffic Alert on PCH
    Torch Relay Run Will Handoff at Temescal The annual Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Memorial Torch Relay Run will take place Saturday, May 18. Representatives from the Malibu/Lost Hills Station will take the handoff from West Hollywood
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  • Law Professor Dr. Elyn Saks to Speak
    Next Monday on Understanding Schizophrenia Dr. Elyn Saks wrote the “The Center Cannot Hold,” which follows her journey into, through and continuing to cope with schizophrenia. While at Oxford University, she suffered mental illness, which landed her
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  • Dementia Friends Program Will Be the Topic
    At Next Monday’s Senior Alliance Gathering Dick Williams, representing the Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles Speakers Bureau, will talk about the Dementia Friends program at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, May 20, at the Palisades Library community room.
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  • Palisades Elementary Educational Funds
    Targeted for Palisades Improvement District In the upcoming municipal election, the ballot has just one up-or-down vote. In order to end the teachers strike in January, Mayor Eric Garcetti, LAUSD officials and teacher union leaders all agreed that
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  • Paul Revere to Hold “Ready, Set, Revere”
      Orientation This Coming Saturday, May 18 If your child is ready to matriculate to middle school, the award-winning Paul Revere Middle School will host “Ready, Set, Revere” this Saturday, May 18. Parents and incoming students will get a jump
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  • Will Rogers 5/10K Race Tried to Recycle
    But L.A.  Does Not Take Care of Plastic At the first Will Rogers 5/10K Race Foundation meeting in late April, long-time volunteers Dalena and Thomas Hathaway dropped a bomb. They explained that last July 4, they unfolded all the cardboard trash cans
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