Blog Posts

  • Rules for Insuring/Operation of Dockless Scooters
    In Los Angeles Are Vague, Even Non-Existent (Editor’s note: Corpus Christi Monsignor Liam Kidney was sent to the hospital after being struck by a person driving a dockless scooter. The person left the scene, a hit and run. The person was not charged
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  • Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness
    Will Holds a Community Meeting on July 22         The Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness, which works to alleviate homelessness in Pacific Palisades, holds regular community meetings on different topics to help educate residents about the
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  • Pacific Palisades Residents take Front and Center
      In the Emmy Nominations released July 16 By BERNICE FOX – Special to Circling the News Lots of stars with Pacific Palisades connections are being honored with Emmy nominations for their work during this past TV season. The
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  • Midnight Mission’s David Prentice Explains
    How the Nonprofit Helps Skid Row Homeless With certain homeless individuals, “What do you treat first – mental health or drug addiction?” That was the question that Midnight Mission’s David Prentice posed to Palisades Rotary Club members at
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  • Bring Questions and Concerns to the
    Park Advisory Board Quarterly Meeting The Palisades Park Advisory Board will hold its quarterly meeting at 7 p.m. on July 17, in the small gym at the Recreation Center, 851 Alma Real Dr. Residents are invited and public comment is sought. The agenda
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  • Pacific Palisade Crime through July 14
    Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore Reports Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore reminds residents to lock doors and set your alarm. Do not leave ladders unsecured on your property. A window screen can provide easy access for burglars and do not leave a
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  • Marilyn Crawford, Long-time Chamber of Commerce 
    Administrative Assistant, Resigned July 1 The weeks before the Fourth of July in Pacific Palisades is one of the busiest times for the Chamber of Commerce, as it has traditionally been the source of information for the town’s morning-to-night
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  • One Recreation Center Tree Is Pruned, 
      Another Is Removed Because of a Fungus/Decay A Circling the News reader sent a photo of a poster attached to one of the towering eucalyptus trees by the picnic area at the Palisades Recreation Center. She wrote: “I noticed a sign stapled to a
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  • Allied Artists Will Hold Its Third Annual
    Art Show on the Village Green July 21 Allied Artists of the Santa Monica Mountains and Seashore will support the Palisades Village Green and local and national conservation organizations with an art exhibit and sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday,
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  • The Draycott Offers New Menu, More Options
    Co-Owner Introduces New Chef and Maitre’d The Draycott is a lovely, spacious restaurant adjacent to the little green park in the center of Caruso’s Palisades Village. When Circling the News learned that the restaurant had hired a new chef, we
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