News

  • CRIME – Senior Lead Officer Espin Release Crime Report
    Pacific Palisades Senior Lead Officer Brian Espin released the following report: BURGLARY December 25, 11:21 p.m. in the 17000 Block of Castellammare Drive (Hot Prowl). Suspect entered through read door, ransacked home and took miscellaneous items.
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  • Sleep’s Important: But Experts Don’t Know Its Purpose
    “No one knows what sleep is for,” said Dr. George Labrot, a board-certified sleep specialist. “But we do know there are severe consequences if you don’t get it.” Research over the past decade has shown the health consequences of poor or interrupted
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  • “Avatar 2: The Way of Water” Delivers
    By CHAZ PLAGER James Cameron’s Avatar, if nothing else, is famous for being the highest grossing film of all time, grossing over $2.922 billion when it was released in 2009. Outside of those facts, people really don’t seem to remember the film. I,
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  • Zine Collection and Club Offered through the Library
    Pronounced like magazine—without the mag—zines are self-published, independently made, usually photocopied, and have a small print run. Several Zines are now available at the Los Angeles Public Library. There is also a Zine Club, run through the
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  • Need-to-Know News: Cannabis Under-Regulated; Water Pooling on PCH
    CANNABIS REGULATION: Shortly before L.A. Controller Ron Galperin left office, he released a report “Improving Cannabis Regulation in L.A.”(Visit: https://lacontroller.org/audits-and-reports/review-of-the-citys-cannabis-regulation-efforts/) He
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  • Mayor Bass Accompanies Councilwoman Park to Venice
    Mayor Karen Bass and Councilwoman Traci Park were in Venice to visit the encampments that surround the A Bridge Home (ABH) site, at Sunset and Pacific Avenue. ABH was designed to give the homeless a safe place to sleep, while waiting for permanent
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  • “The Pale Blue Eye” Provides Thoughtful Evening
    Offering an intriguing story, Scott Cooper’s The Pale Blue Eye, staring Christian Bale, opened with a limited theatrical release on December 23, including at the Bay Theater in Pacific Palisades. It will start streaming on Netflix on January 6.
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  • Need-to-Know News: Prop. 13, ULA and Ignoring State Constitution
    HOWARD JARVIS TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION: Susan Shelley from the Howard Jarvis Taxpayer Association spoke to the Palisades Optimist Club in December. To see how much you’d be paying in property taxes if Prop. 13 had never passed, visit the Guessing Game
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  • Library Offers Storytime, Intro to VR and Adult Painting
    The Palisades Library at 861 Alma Real has resumed full-time programming and there are opportunities on January 4, 7, 10 and 14, for toddlers, teens and adults. (310) 459-2754. BABY AND TODDLER STORYTIME, JANUARY 4 The next Baby
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  • True Drought or Bad Water Management?
    CTN has been keeping track of Pacific Palisades’ rain fall (with help from the late Ted Mackie) since 1942. Over the years rainfall has been relatively constant. The average rainfall in Pacific Palisades is 13.78 inches of rain, which has been
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