Blog Posts

  • Palisades High School Is Evacuation Center
        Woolsey Fire Forces Malibu Evacuations The city of Malibu announced in an 8 a.m. advisory, that portions of Malibu are under mandatory evacuation for all areas south of 101 Freeway, from Ventura County line to Las Virgenes/Malibu
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  • St. Matthew’s Concert Nov. 9
    Prize-Winning Violinist to Perform at St. Matthew’s Violinist Annelle Kazumi Gregory, First Prize and Audience Choice Award winner at the prestigious National Sphinx Competition, will perform at St. Matthew’s Church at 8 p.m. on Friday,
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  • Election Day in Pacific Palisades
    Working the Polls for the First Time By SUE MARGULEAS A few weeks ago, my husband asked me if I’d like to work at the Polls with him on Election Day. Honestly, sitting at the Polls for an entire day was not on my bucket list, but if my husband was
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  • Win a Prize for Guessing
    Guess the Time for Tree Lighting Annually, the Village Green board strings holiday lights on a single tree in the nonprofit’s pocket park that is bounded by Sunset Boulevard, Swarthmore and Antioch. Once a little tree, the “Charlie Brown” pine
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  • New Play at Pierson Playhouse
    ‘Parfumerie’ Tells a Sweet Story at Pierson Miklos Laszlo’s “Illatszertar” (Parfumerie) premiered onstage in Budapest in 1937. When Laszlo immigrated to the United States from Hungary in 1938, the play was adapted as a movie script and became “The
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  • A Tale of Two Farmers Markets
    (Editor’s note: The following unpublished story was written in 2015, when Caruso VP Rick Lemmo was mentioned in an article in the L.A.Times about the closing of the Glendale Farmers Market. Lemmo is now the 2018 president of the board of directors
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  • City Needs to Examine Marquette Development
    Marquette Development Requires Subdivision Pacific Palisades resident Cosimo Pizzulli has asked the City of L.A. to approve the development of eight homes on the rim of Las Pulgas Canyon, along Marquette Street. At the Community Council meeting on
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  • Perfect Place for Children
    Village Arts Center Celebrated One of the most joyful places to be mornings is the Village Arts Center, located in the Atrium Building at 860 Via de la Paz. The sun shines through the southern windows as children (and infants) are allowed to
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  • Alleyway Illegally Closed
    Take Down the Illegal Sign, Mr. Caruso “Why is traffic being denied entry to the alley off Monument Street?” a reader wrote Circling the News on October 25. The alleyway (starting across from Bashford and connecting to Swarthmore) is supposed to be
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  • Try K’s Bakery in the Highlands
    K’S BAKERY EATERY & BAKESHOP 548 Palisades Drive Pacific Palisades (310) 573-9900 If you have not yet been to order and take-out, or better yet, to relax and dine on the delightful outdoor plaza, give K’s Bakery a try. Not only is everything
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