Blog Posts

  • PaliHi’s Hiring Practice under Scrutiny
    PaliHi College Center Undergoes Changes Last spring, Palisades High School seniors were accepted to elite colleges/universities, such as Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Princeton and Stanford, as well as UC schools, such as UCLA and UC Berkeley, and various
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  • Petronel Malan to Play at St. Matthew’s
    St. Matthew’s Concert Season Starts Friday St. Matthew’s Music Guild will begin its 34th year of concerts under the direction of new Music Director and Conductor, Dwayne S. Milburn, at 8 p.m. this Friday, October 12 at St. Matthew’s Church, 1031
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  • Cardiovascular Speaker on Oct. 15
    It’s All about the Heart On Monday, October 15, the Palisades Alliance for Seniors will feature a speaker and a topic that will be of interest to more than the community’s seniors. The subject is “Cardiovascular Disease,” with speaker Patty Sheehan.
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  • Caruso Notified Store Tenants Not Parking in Lot
    Community Council Letter Presses Caruso (The Pacific Palisades Community Council has posted the following letter to Caruso on its website, its Facebook page and on Nextdoor Palisades. It has been edited slightly for this space.) After receiving
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  • Golden Bull Provides Great Ambiance and Food
    Editor’s note: We continue to hear raves about the “new” Golden Bull from residents. We spoke to General Manager Tyler Dow, who said the challenge is to keep the eatery a great place for locals with Happy Hour specials, but to also give
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  • Palisades Football Tops Westchester
    Palisades Defeats Westchester 20-6 Palisades High defeated the Comets 20-6 in a “must win” football game for both teams at Westchester last Friday. “It was a great win, to be on the road and beat a team that was 6-0,” said Pali head
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  • No Permit Pulled for Caruso Party
    No Street Closure Permit Pulled for Closure According to L.A. City Street Services Investigator Andrea Garcia, no permit was obtained to close Swarthmore Avenue from the alley to Monument Street today, Friday, October 5. A Palisades Village guard
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  • New Tax Sought for Water Project
    Measure W: Safe, Clean Water Tax At the Pacific Palisades Community Council meeting last Thursday, Pamela Manning from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works urged residents to approve the 2.5 cents per-square-foot tax on impermeable
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  • Get Free Tech Help
    Don’t Know How to Send a Photo from Your Phone? If you are having trouble sending a photo from your phone or your computer, or if you are unclear how to send a text or use an App (so you can get transportation via Uber or Lyft), free help is
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  • Chelsea Clinton Comes to Brentwood
    Chelsea Clinton Comes to Diesel Bookstore Diesel bookstore in the Brentwood Country Mart will host a special book signing with Chelsea Clinton for her new book, Start Now! You Can Make a Difference, published by Philomel Books.           In order to
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