News

  • Pacific Palisades 2020 Year in Review
    JANUARY: WISHNICK WAY: Councilman Mike Bonin officially designated Antioch Street from Via de la Paz to Swarthmore Avenue as Arnie Wishnick Way. Arnie was executive director of the Palisades Chamber of Commerce (which is located on Antioch). He
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  • Ho!Ho!Ho! Pet Contest Winners Announced
    One of the biggest successes of this year’s Pacific Palisades Holiday Ho!Ho!Ho! celebration was the inaugural pet contest. People were asked to post a photo of their pet on Nextdoor Palisades and the top three winners were selected based upon
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  • McClure Tunnel Will Be Closed in Evenings as It Undergoes Safety Upgrades
    The McClure Tunnel in Santa Monica, built in 1935, will be closed weeknights, Monday through Friday, from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. starting the first week in January for safety upgrades. Caltrans warns that “motorists should expect delays and are advised to
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  • Latest Pacific Palisades Crime Report through December 25
    The following crimes were reported in Pacific Palisades through December 25. Senior Lead Officer Moore sends this report every week. These are the reported crimes and residents are reminded to file police reports. BURGLARY: December 25, at 1:40
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  • Alan Eisenstock’s Playlist: “Winter” Songs
    Editor’s note: When Palisadian Alan Eisenstock is not researching and writing one of his nonfiction books (18 thus far!), he pursues what he calls “a crazy labor of love side project” that he started in mid-March: sending a weekly Covid-themed
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  • Bravo, Theatre Palisades Actors’ Troupe! 
    The Theatre Palisades Actors’ Troupe presented a Zoom edition of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol on December 16. Annually the TPAT presents a radio play at Christmas for residents of Pacific Palisades. This year, more than 118 people
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  • 76-Year-Old Christmas Message Still Resonates
    (Editor’s note: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt delivered this Christmas message to the American people on December 24, 1944.) It is not easy to say “Merry Christmas” to you, my fellow Americans, in this time of destructive
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  • OBITUARY: Richard Charles Wulliger, 88; a Dedicated Member of Four Palisades Organizations
    Richard Charles Wulliger, an attorney who was active in four local organizations, passed away December 11. Born May 9, 1932, to Jack and Carrie Wulliger, he was a life-long resident of Pacific Palisades. Wullinger was praised by fellow board members
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  • Assurance Wireless Provides Free Service
    Resident Carol Bruch sent the following information for those who might need some financial assistance regarding wireless service. She received a text on December 22: “Know someone who needs help making ends meet? Eligible CA residents get FREE
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  • LETTER: The Draycott Sets Up Fund for Employees
    (Editor’s note: Restaurants continue to fight for survival. Please read The Draycott co-owner Marissa Hermer’s letter below, which she shared with Circling the News. All of our restaurants need our help as they continue to try to aid their
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