News

  • Crime: Do Not Aid Burglars
    LAPD’s Moore Provides Crime Report And Tips for Crime-Free Holiday Pacific Palisades Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore spoke to the Rotary Club in November and the Business Improvement District board in December about ways to thwart crimes
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  • Outstanding Palisades Residents Recognized at Dinner
    Community Council Honors Five Activists Five people were honored for their exceptional accomplishments in Pacific Palisades at the annual Community Council holiday dinner and awards gala held on December 13 at Gladstone’s. This year, Bob
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  • Popular Swarthmore Store Returns
    Paliskates Opened Sunday: Welcomed by Caruso Loyal customers have been waiting patiently to see if Paliskates would reopen. The store had closed in February 2017, when Paliskates owner Erica Simpson rented the 1019 Swarthmore space to Caruso’s
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  • Potholes Need to be Reported Before City Will Pay for Car Repair
    Two Potholes on Temescal Shake a Reporter’s Car Driving on the downhill side of Temescal Canyon Road on December 12, my car jolted as I ran over what I later learned was one of two potholes in the fast lane. Initially, I thought the jolt was
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  • Salvation Army’s Wikle Visits Palisades
    Palisades Optimists Aid Salvation Army For more than 40 years, the Pacific Palisades Optimist Club has participated in Kettle Day, a fundraiser for the Salvation Army. Annually, members stood in front of CVS, Ralphs, the Post Office and Bank of
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  • Celebrate the Holidays
      Program and Free Luncheon Set for Seniors at Woman’s Club  The Palisades Alliance for Seniors will hold its December 17 meeting at the Woman’s Club, 901 Haverford Ave. (Please note this is a change of venue.) The program and lunch are
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  • BID Cannot Legally Pay for Trash Outside the District
    “Trashy” BID Meeting The Palisades Business Improvement District meeting on December 5, centered around questions about trash collection and tree lighting in the town’s main business district, but provided few answers. After hearing reports
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  • If You Plan to Swim Over the Holidays . . .
    Palisades High Aquatic Center Holiday Hours Brooke King, director of the Maggie Gilbert Aquatic Center at Palisades High, has released the holiday swim hours through February 1. Upon entering the pool, go to the office to sign in or to pay. Any
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  • Dementia, Diabetes May Be Linked to Lack of Sleep
    Sleep Is More Important Than You Think Sleep specialists are trying to get the message out that if people do not get restorative sleep, they can suffer severe medical risks, even death. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine reports that about 30
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  • Acme 5 Has Unusual Plants
    Finally, There’s a New Nursery in Town There used to be two nurseries in Pacific Palisades: The Outdoor Room on Sunset, where the Chabad now stands, and Yamoto’s Nursery at the corner of La Cruz and Alma Real, where Village School’s athletic
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