News

  • Wedding: Sarah Levy Marries Graham Outerbridge
    By BERNICE FOX Right now there’s probably a glow around Pacific Palisades Honorary Mayor Eugene Levy because of his latest role as real life father of the bride. On Saturday, his actress daughter, Sarah Levy, married actor Graham Outerbridge.
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  • Art Contest for Youth to Celebrate Town’s 100th
    In conjunction with the Pacific Palisades Historical Society, the American Legion Auxiliary is helping sponsor a coloring/art contest. The contest will help Pacific Palisades celebrate its 100th birthday next January 14-15 at several landmark
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  • Shared Housing Works, But the City Doesn’t Use It to House the Homeless
    With more than 60,000 homeless people living on the streets and parks of Los Angeles – and residents told that nothing can be done because there’s not enough housing—one option is overlooked: shared housing. The effectiveness of efficiency of this
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  • Praise for the Lutherans’ Inaugural October Charity Run
    (Circling the News received the following letter on October 17.) I ran in the inaugural Octoberfest 5K race yesterday in the Palisades. I met Pastor Mike Lee, who was just back from running the Boston Marathon. He’s a lovely guy and he
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  • Fire Station 69 Captain Tommy Kitahata Receives Firefighter of the Year Award
    Of the more than 3,400 firefighters in Los Angeles, Pacific Palisades Fire Station 69 Captain II Tommy Kitahata was named the 2020 Firefighter of the Year. Selected by the Los Angeles City Firefighters Association, he received the award at the
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  • Bay Theater Will Reopen through Netflix
    The Bay Theater on Swarthmore will open this Friday, October 22, with Jeymes Samuel’s new Western “The Harder They Fall,” which Netflix is distributing. Netflix will also offer free screenings of two of its animated family films, “Vivo” and “The
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  • Alan Eisenstock’s Playlist: Don’t Get Old
    (Editor’s note: Palisadian Alan Eisenstock’s 19th book “Redeeming Justice” co-written with Jarrett Adams, came out on September 14 and was named the Best Book of September by Amazon. “A consuming tale of a broken legal system, its trail of ruin and
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  • Viewpoint: L.A. City Council Proposes Developing a Public Bank
    When the L.A. City Council announced last week that it may try to start a public bank, a resident wrote Circling the News: “Ya’ know….if they could just keep the streets paved, and safe, trim the trees and open our Library, maybe they
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  • Early Holiday Shopping Sale at Collections Antiques on Antioch
      Although Christmas and Hanukkah are still months away, there’s an excellent opportunity to stock up on some quality and affordable gifts. Collections Antiques, at 15526 Antioch St. (near the Chamber of Commerce and Palisades
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  • Why RVs Explode: There Are Several Reasons
    (Editor’s note: Resident Lou Kamer did some homework for Circling the News about why RVs explode. The most recent was along Pacific Coast Highway in the early morning hours of October 11. Below is the information that Kamer found.) About half of all
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