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  • LAPD K-9 Dogs Sniff out Explosives
    The Los Angeles Airport has one of the largest canine units in the United States.  Members of American Legion Post 283, who held an April meeting at the Flight Path Museum at LAX, met Officer Nori, a German short-hair pointer and her handler Officer
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  • Teen Brains and Puberty “Adolessons”
    By ALISON BURMEISTER Two years ago, Dr. Dolly Klock, a family physician and mother to a teen and a tween, spoke to a group of parents in the library at Palisades Elementary School. She answered questions around healthy screen time, sleep habits and
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  • Saturday Rec Center Bathroom Closures Causes Problems
    A reader wrote on Saturday, April 30, around 2 p.m. “I was just at the rec center. It’s at full capacity with every field covered in little leaguers, gyms full of basketball players returning to the rec center for the first time in years, and every
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  • “Outside the Box” Mother’s Day Gifts
    MEMBERSHIP TO THE WOMAN’S CLUB: If your mom has everything, including all the clothes, jewelry, candy and household items, she’s ever wanted, it means that selecting something for a Mother’s Day gift could present a problem. Those with parents in
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  • Seven Arrows Opens Aldersgate’s Doors to Community for Centennial Celebration
     Seven Arrows Elementary will open its doors at its location at the historic Aldersgate, 925 Haverford Avenue, from 2 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 7. “We are excited to continue the tradition of community service that began with the Chautauqua spirit
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  • PAPA Seeks a Fourth of July Theme 
    The Palisades Americanism Parade Association is seeking a theme for the 2022 Parade. Themes need to be short, ideally, three-to-four word phrases (see the winners below). Enter more than once if you can’t decide which of your creative efforts is
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  • Some In-Person Events Resuming in May
    May 3 – Optimist Club to Meet Optimist Club President Naidu Permaul wrote “After more than two years of meeting by zoom, the Pacific Palisades Optimist Club happily announces it will resume its in-person breakfast meetings starting at 7:30 a.m. on
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  • Alan Eisenstock’s Playlist: Come Fly with Me
    (Editor’s note: Palisadian Alan Eisenstock’s 20th book, will come out on May 3. He wrote it with Sonya Curry, Stephen’s mom. When Eisenstock is not writing, he pursues what he calls “a crazy labor of love side project” that he started in March 2020:
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  • Gardening without Gas-Powered Blowers
    The Pacific Palisades Garden Club will host its monthly meeting tomorrow, May 2, at 7 p.m. via Zoom. The speaker will be Sheda Morshed of Resilient Palisades, a nonprofit based in town that works with issues that affect the environment. Her topic
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  • Sharon Kilbride/Bruce Schwartz Undertake Massive Cleanup
    It sounded like it would be a simple task. Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness co-president Sharon Kilbride and a member of the volunteer response team, Bruce Schwartz, invited this Circling the News editor to join them in cleaning out an
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