News

  • Suspected Criminal Band Strikes on Swarthmore
    Two Men Steal about $12,000 Worth of Purses Several businesses in Pacific Palisades that carry upscale clothing and hand bags have been robbed in the past year, by what some shop owners are saying are a gang of criminals. The Elyse Walker store, on
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  • Palisades Parkway Trees Are Held Hostage
    Briefing at Community Council Leads to Committee Six civic-minded Pacific Palisades residents–Dorothy Bissell, Betty Thrower, Carole Kenney, Ann Fogel, June Payne and Marjorie Friedlander–formed Palisades Beautiful in 1974 in order to
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  • Palisades Fourth of July Already Underway
    Bands Needed for Palisades Rocks the 4th The Palisades Will Rogers 5/10K Run Foundation held their first planning meeting for the annual Fourth of July race last week. PAPA (Palisadian Americanism Parade Association) has held two meetings, with a
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  • Pastor Davis and Daughter Subjected to Racism
    Woman Shouts Obscenities/Threatens Them (Editor’s note: The following is a sickening example of blatant racism in Pacific Palisades. I’ve combined the accounts by Lutheran Pastor Kenneth Davis and his daughter Cassadi, describing an incident that
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  • Wishnick’s Passing: A Friend’s Tribute
    Arnie Wishnick: Pacific Palisades People’s Mayor By BOB VICKREY A few weeks ago, I ran into someone in the Palisades Village whom I had met last year at our local Chamber of Commerce office, and made the naïve mistake of introducing myself as a
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  • BID to Meet This Wednesday
    Public Can Comment on Parking Meter Revenue The Pacific Palisades Business Improvement District board will meet Wednesday, May 1, at 9 a.m. in the Chamber of Commerce office, 15330 Antioch Street. The public is invited, and comments are welcome. By
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  • Think Paradise was Bad? How Do I Evacuate from the Highlands?
    Palisades Rated One of Southern California’s Worst for Wildfire Evacuation Routes Always nice to be the top of most lists. In this case, certainly not. An April 25 NBC Los Angeles story (“California Cities with the Worst Wildfire Evacuation
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  • Gary Sinise Visits American Legion Post 283
    Sinise Speaks about “Grateful American” Gary Sinise, an Oscar-nominated actor and winner of an Emmy, a Golden Globe and two Screen Actors Guild awards, had more than 270 residents and veterans laughing as he talked about aspects of his
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  • Chautauqua Paving Update from Bonin’s Office
    Full Closure of the Road Set for May 4 and 5 Make plans to avoid Chautauqua Boulevard from 6 a.m. on Saturday, May 4, through 6 p.m. on Sunday, May 5. The roadway, which is in sore need of repaving, will be resurfaced and there will be a full-road
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  • Palisadians Procure Peabody Prizes
    Bill Hader/Ted Danson to Be Honored By BERNICE FOX Special to Circling the News Bill Hader’s HBO series, “Barry,” already has bagged Directors Guild and Writers Guild awards, as well as Emmys and Critics’ Choice awards for acting. Now the dark
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