Blog Posts

  • 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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  • Criminal Justice System and Impact on Homeless
    Task Force on Homelessness to Host Meeting The Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness (PPTFH) will host a community meeting to discuss: “The criminal justice system for people with mental health or substance-use disorders—What do we need to
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  • Satkin to Speak on Clutter
    Woman’s Club Speaker Series Continues A speaker series sponsored by the Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club will resume on Tuesday, April 2, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., featuring Ellen Satkin. Satkin, who is with WISE and Healthy Aging in Santa Monica, will
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  • Latest Caruso Store to Open
    Monrow to Open in Alley A special shed was placed in the alley of the Palisades Village, just off the concierge desk and by the escalators that go to the underground parking. It appears that the new Monrow clothing store will be opening soon.
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  • Highlands Fire Destroys Home
    Residents Unable to Report Fire on 911           Circling the News spoke to the family and nearby residents in the Highlands the day after a fire destroyed the front of a two-story home in the 16000 block of Santa Ynez.           “No one picked up,
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  • Pacific Palisades Residents Return to the Air Sunday
    ‘Veep’s’ Louis-Dreyfus, ‘Barry’s’ Hader Are Back By BERNICE FOX Special to Circling the News Selina Meyer in “Veep” is running for president. And Barry Berkman of “Barry” is running from his previous life. Both characters are played by Palisadians.
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  • Garden Club Features Wildlife Speaker
    Citizens for L.A. Wildlife’s Lasken to Speak Andrew Lasken will be the featured speaker for the Pacific Palisades Garden Club at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, April 1, at the Woman’s Club, 901 Haverford Ave. The public is invited. Lasken is a Co-Director for
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