News

  • Street Paving Explained: Check the Street Where You Live
    A reader wrote: “Curious: Who makes the decisions and using what criteria for re-surfacing our streets (asphalt slurry sealant)? “It seems as if our area gets treated quite frequently while other areas (of the city) not so much.” In a February
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  • Los Angeles Zoning Antiquated after Covid
    BY REECE PASCOE Experts have argued that to make Los Angeles a great city, there must be large-scale affordable housing built along transit corridors. Experts say that not only will it solve a housing problem, but also take care of the car problem.
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  • Bomb Shelters Still Exist in Pacific Palisades
    In 1961, President John F. Kennedy urged Americans to build shelters to protect their families from bombs and radiation. In 2004, the Palisadian-Post ran a brief story penned by Bonnie Graveline Worley, a member of the Class of ’64 at
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  • Water Flushing Tonight Along PCH
      The Los Angeles County Waterworks is continuing construction on the Malibu Branch Feeder Realignment Project, which includes installation of a new 30-inch water main for District 29 customers. The project started in March, with pipe being
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  • Rob LeMond Continues to Teach the Joy of Swimming and Surfing
    BY ALISON BURMEISTER   “Hello, this is Rob LeMond, please do not leave text messages on this number but I would like to have your voice message, so please leave it after the beep. Thank you.” *BEEP*   If you recognize this message, then you have
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  • Arthur Ashe: the Man and Legend Remembered
    By BOB VICKREY I followed the Moody Coliseum usher down the aisle until we reached my seat on row two, which was directly behind the tennis court linesman and near where Arthur Ashe and Bjorn Borg sat while awaiting the start of their finals match.
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  • Palisades Library Offers Puppet Show and Children’s Programs.
    A puppet show for children of all ages will be offered at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, August 2. Performer Joe Gandelman will present a Dr. Seuss-themed ventriloquism and puppet show with comedy and laughs a-plenty. The show will include a BIG cast of
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  • Bonin Moderates Progressive Town Hall Held by Santa Monica Democrats
      By JAMIE PAIGE Westside Current Editor Councilmember Mike Bonin moderated a forum July 27 held by the Santa Monica Democratic Club. The primary message of the night was the “rise of the progressive movement in Los Angeles.” In
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  • New Trees Will Grace the Recreation Center
      David Card, former Pacific Palisades Community Chair, spoke at the Pacific Palisades Advisory Board Meeting on July 20 about the state of trees at the Palisades Recreation Center. Over the past few years, numerous trees have fallen down and
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  • Community Members Needed for Palisades High School Board
      The Pacific Palisades Charter High School, a fiscally independent charter high school, is governed by a 12- member board of trustees. The Board consists of faculty, classified members, a student, parents and community members. A special
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