Blog Posts

  • Four Palisades High School Class Reunions This Fall: 
    Class of 1964, Summer/Winter 1969 and Class of 1979 Class of 1964 The Palisades High School 50th Reunion was so much fun for the class of 1964 that organizers promise even more for the 55th reunion that will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. on Sunday,
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  • Performed by TPY Youth, ‘The Little Mermaid, Jr.’ 
    Sparkles with Enthusiasm, Talent and Pure Fun Theater Palisades Youth’s production of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid, Jr.” opened on Friday, July 26, at the Pierson Playhouse, and was an entertaining and enjoyable way to spend the evening.
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  • No Library Book Donations Accepted in August
    Guidelines for Donating Books Explained Pacific Palisades residents have been so generous that the Friends of the Library, which organizes slightly-used book sales, is overwhelmed with donated books. There is NO MORE storage space available, so NO
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  • Palisadian Heineman Brothers Play AAA Baseball
    In Nashville As Their Parents Watch in Person Parents who have sons in little league baseball enjoy it when their sons are on the same team or are playing against each other. But as their kids go off to high school and “retire” from team
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  • Palisadian Jeanne Elfant Festa Produced the
    Acclaimed Documentary about Luciano Pavarotti By LAUREL BUSBY Contributing Writer Palisades native Jeanne Elfant Festa never got the chance to meet Luciano Pavarotti, but she is now friends with several of his family and friends. Elfant Festa, a
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  • Goodbye Sweet Olive – Holding onto 10 Years
    Of Family Memories with Our Beloved Dog The L.A. Daily News had a Sunday column by Patricia Bunin titled “Just How Much Does a Chair Hold? Plenty It Seems.” As Bunin cleaned out her garage, the person helping her asked what she wanted to do with her
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  • Prince Dudeman, Trained by Ryan Thor
    Is a ‘One-of-a-Kind’ Champion Mutt Once again, it was the motorcycle. It wasn’t the group that normally rides through Pacific Palisades every Wednesday evening, leaving everyone upset about the noise. Instead, residents were awed when a 13-pound
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  • Permits Needed to Chop Down Parkway Trees, But
    Owner on Via Bluffs Removes Four Without a Permit Residents who live near Via de las Olas and Mount Holyoke and those who often visit the little  bluff park to admire the sunset were outraged when the homeowner at 15539 Via de las Olas chopped down
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  • Park Advisory Board Deals with Sewage, Tennis Court
    And Broken Windows at Its Quarterly Meeting In Pacific Palisades, where can you find raw sewage on the floor? Where can you find a large collection of cockroaches? Where can you find windows so warped with age they will not close? And where in 2019,
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  • Senior Scams Are Varied, Evolving and
    Largely Unreported Because of Embarrassment The most recent crime report from Palisades Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore reported a senior had lost more than $23,000 in bitcoin from a person he/she thought was a grandchild. What’s different about
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