News

  • Naming “THAT” Area North of Sunset Is a Problem
    Anyone who has ever argued with a spouse about what to name a child—or even a pet — knows there is no easy compromise. That’s why when my daughter was named Shelby, it wasn’t clear how that happened because my husband and I used
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  • Proposed Potrero Trail to Temescal Funded by Representative Lieu
    U.S. House of Representative Ted Lieu announced on July 5 that a community grant of $1.15 million had been approved to pay for the construction of a trail that will connect the George Wolfberg Park at Potrero Canyon Park with Temescal Canyon Road.
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  • Pacific Palisades Residents Receive Emmy Nominations
    By BERNICE FOX It’s always a good day to be a Palisadian. But Tuesday was even better than usual for some Palisadians in the world of entertainment. Tuesday was Emmy nomination day. And several in and around Pacific Palisades heard their name or
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  • “Newsies, Jr.” Opens this Weekend
    If a resident wants an uplifting experience, plan to attend the Theatre Palisades Youth production of “Newsies, Jr.” which opens on Thursday and will run the next two weekends at the Pierson Playhouse, 941 Temescal Canyon Road. Palisades residents
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  • Cardboard City Provides Reuse Alternatives for Recycling
    Story and Photos By CHAZ PLAGER Everyone who is concerned about the environment has learned the three Rs: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. The first and last, anyone can do. But the second, Reuse, is a little more difficult. Just how is one supposed to use
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  • Redoing VA Building 207 Could Cost Upwards of $24 Million
      By REECE PASCOE Driving on San Vicente past the West Los Angeles Veterans Administration (VA) last year there were at least 40 tents on the sidewalks, and lawlessness was rampant. Two members of the encampment were murdered. Last November,
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  • Crime in the Palisades: LAPD Crime Report from June 6 through July 2
    This past weekend, once again rumors were rampant in town as one version of a crime was compounded with what “someone thought they heard” and “then other crime tales were added to the narrative.” When in doubt, go to the source before repeating what
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  • The YMCA’s Float Took the Prize in the First Annual Auxiliary Award
    This was the First Annual Auxiliary Award, and was given to a float in the Pacific Palisades 4th of July Parade. The Palisades-Malibu YMCA received the top prize of $1,000. Judges agreed that the float was creative, original and whimsical. Cardboard
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  • PaliHi’s Bud Kling Inducted into Jewish Sports Hall of Fame
      Legendary Palisades High School tennis coach Bud Kling was inducted into the Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame on June 26. The honorees include high school, college, professional and amateur standouts, media representatives and
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  • Alan Eisenstock’s Playlist: The Children
    (Editor’s note: Palisadian Alan Eisenstock’s 20th book, “Fierce Love,” came out May 3. He wrote it with Sonya Curry, the mom of NBA Legend Stephen Curry – there are copies available at Collections Antiques and Books at 15326 Antioch Street.
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