Blog Posts

  • Get Your Kicks on Route 66
    Is Theme of SM History Museum Exhibit By LIBBY MOTIKA Circling the News Contributor In November 1926, a highway of 2,400 miles was established in the United States. It wasn’t the first American highway, or the longest, or the fastest. But this road
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  • Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf to Close
    After 20 Years in Pacific Palisades Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf located on Antioch, across from the Village Green private park, will close on Sunday, September 29. The store, which opened in June 1999, became popular not only for its early morning
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  • Beware of Traffic Delays During President Trump’s Visit
    Roads Will be Closed in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills The Traffic Advisory for the Presidential Visit for September 17 and 18 was released and includes roads in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills. Intermittent Closures: LOS ANGELES L.A. 4 – 6 p.m. 
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  • Blatant Case of Racism Needs a Resolution;
      Interfaith Clergy Panel Will Address Prejudice Sunday Several people have asked if the woman who threatened former Lutheran Pastor Kenneth Davis and his daughter Cassadi at the Palisades Ralphs store has ever been identified and charged. LAPD
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  • Businesses and Apartment Buildings Are
    Required to Do Mandatory Organics Recycling A new state law, AB 1826, makes commercial organics recycling mandatory. The law came into effect on January 1, and it has been slowly rolled out throughout Los Angeles. This fall, commercial businesses
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  • Star Quilts Are More than Blankets:
    They Represent Honor and Generosity         (Editor’s note: Having grown up on the Rosebud Reservation and in poverty, I often feel that my background has given me a unique perspective on many subjects. I’d like to share a story about star quilts
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  • Beglari House at 909 Greentree Is Razed,
    Ending City Planning Snafu in Rustic Canyon Almost 20 years of legal problems and lawsuits came to an end in August when a home was razed in Rustic Canyon, at 909 and 921 Greentree Rd. The L.A. Department of Building and Safety had made an error in
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  • New Season Is Underway for Social Organization
    Palisades Newcomers Club Welcomes Members Newcomers and Friends of Pacific Palisades is a friendly, all-volunteer social organization that welcomes newcomers, old-timers and empty-nesters. You may have seen the group’s banner as a sponsor in the
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  • Nick Melvoin Lays out LAUSD’s Mission
    And Challenges of Working in a Large Bureaucracy LAUSD Board Member Nick Melvoin, who represents Pacific Palisades schools, gave a brief but candid presentation to members of the Palisades Rotary Club on September 5 at the Aldersgate Retreat Center.
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  • Musical Saturday Planned for Pacific Palisades:
      Ice Cream Social with Oceanaires at Lutheran Church, National Opera Soloist Andy Rawn at Corpus Christi OCEANAIRES: The Oceanaires Barbershop Chorus will present an Old Tyme Ice Cream Social featuring the award-winning barbershop quartet The
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