Blog Posts

  • BID Questioned about Parking Meter Funds
    Is the Group Going to Reject a $50,000 Grant?           During the public comment period at the monthly Business Improvement District meeting on April 3 in the Chamber of Commerce office, resident Marge Gold asked when they were going to hold a
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  • Donate, Buy or Both at Sale
    Woman’s Club Rummage Sale Is Saturday The Woman’s Club will hold its annual Rummage Sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Saturday at its clubhouse, 901 Haverford Ave. Organizers will take donated goods tomorrow from 3:30 to 5 p.m. and on Friday from 9
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  • Pop-Up Shop in Palisades Village
    Monrow Building Needs Permit A new small shop/shed went up in Palisades Village off the alley between Swarthmore Avenue and Monument. The space, which is in the back of an empty storefront on Sunset, had been used for excess landscaping materials. A
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  • Enjoy the Art in the Palisades Library
    Art Association Hosts Awards Ceremony The Pacific Palisades Art Association will host a group art show reception and awards ceremony from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 13, in the Palisades Library community room. Refreshments will be served,
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  • Palisades Village Workers Start Early
    Construction Not to Start Before 7 a.m. Generally, unless there is a special permit, construction in Los Angeles is not allowed before 7 a.m. or after 9 p.m. Monday through Friday. On Saturdays and holidays the hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and no
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  • Play in the Fourth of July Concert
    Music Auditions for July Fourth Concert This year’s Pacific Palisades Rocks the Fourth festival at Palisades High School will have 300 minutes of live music, starting at the Upper Stage (4 to 6 p.m.) and continuing on the Main Stage from 6 to 9 p.m.
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  • Helping Youth By Adopting/Foster Care
    Foster Families Are Needed: Myths Examined “Twenty percent of the homeless are former foster-care children,” said HANAI Director Linda Cota-Kumagai at the Palisades Optimist Club breakfast meeting on April 2. She said that about 20,000 children
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  • Let the City Know Temescal Should Be Repaved
    Pothole Repair on Temescal Canyon Road? After winter rains helped create potholes up and down Temescal Canyon Road, one reader wanted to know when the road would be repaved. “My car can’t take it anymore.” As we know, Temescal is one of three main
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  • Chamber No Longer Helps with Trash Pickup
    Who Will Step Up to Meet the Challenge? For years, former Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Arnie Wishnick sent out a mailer to residents asking for donations to help fund Chrysalis, a back-to-work nonprofit that the Chamber paid to pick up
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  • April 4, 5 and 6, Only Opportunity to see ‘Chicago’
    Stellar Production of ‘Chicago’ at PaliHi  If you have a desire to see a Broadway musical, such as “Chicago,” you can travel to New York City and pay anywhere from $50 to $160, or more, and be nicely entertained by professionals. OR, you can go to
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