Blog Posts

  • Highlands Fire Started West of Calle De Palermo
    Quick Reaction from L.A. Fire Department A brush fire was reported around 2:16 p.m. on the western-most region of the Highlands. According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, the preliminary report was “One and half acres of brush burning uphill in
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  • Two Free Upcoming Events This Week:
    One at Pierson Playhouse, One at the Park   “FINDING NEMO” on August 17 “Finding Nemo,” released in 2003 and produced by Pixar Animation Studios, won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and was nominated in three more categories,
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  • Palisades Business Improvement District News:
    Pali Elementary Will Leave, Lemmo Is New President Several members of the Pacific Palisades Business Improvement District (BID) board were required to meet with the City on August 1. The City told BID representatives they are supposed to spend 90
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  • Delays Entering LAX Will Continue
    As Construction Is Set for Four Years Anyone driving to the Los Angeles Airport this summer has most likely encountered huge delays in either dropping passengers off or picking them up. When traffic is heaviest it can take 45 minutes to go from the
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  • VIEWPOINT: Trash and Rats
    And Other Pacific Palisades Adventures At one time, Pacific Palisades was a community where residents and business owners worked together for the benefit of all. About 17 years ago, when trash started overflowing in the main business district
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  • Can’t Get Your “Stupid” Cell Phone to Work?
    And Other Technology Questions Answered The Palisades Alliance for Seniors will address “Get Comfortable with Your Android/Smartphone/Tablet” at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, August 12, in the Palisades Library community room. The speaker will be Palisades
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  • First Arnie Wishnick Community Choice Movie
    Draws about 450 People to the Recreation Center The 16th year of Movies in the Park opened on Saturday with “Back to the Future.” More than 450 people came out for the free hot dogs, the free movie and a chance to get together with neighbors. This
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  • LAPD Crime Report for End of July and
    Beginning of August in Pacific Palisades Under the burglary category below, it is noted that there was a burglary on Bollinger (and there is a video of the men trying to break in). The video was sent to Pacific Palisades Senior Lead Officer Michael
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  • Food Waste Might Provide an Opportunity
    For a Community Garden and Local Compost You’ve done your bit to stop global warming by driving an electric car, using a steel straw and throwing your empty plastic water bottles into the blue bin. Not so fast. The U.S. Environmental Protection
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  • An AYSO Alert–and Some Advice for Parents:
    Building an Athlete Means Putting the Child First As parents wonder how they can help their children achieve enjoyment and success in sports, researchers have narrowed the process down to the following tips: * The single greatest effect on
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