News

  • Coach Kling Celebrates 29th Title: Girls Win City
    “It was a close match,” said Palisades High School tennis Coach Bud Kling. But his team prevailed 15 ½ to 14 to help him reach his 29th City Section Title on October 27. The Dolphins defeated Granada Hills to win the Open Division trophy in the
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  • Live Theater in Pacific Palisades
    Missing Broadway and don’t have a trip to New York City planned? Can’t stand the drive downtown – and parking – at the Music Center? Good News, Covid is over and theater is alive in Pacific Palisades. The cost is minimal, the talent great and ranges
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  • Dolphins Lose to Venice 60-14
      It was supposed to be a good game against the Western League leaders, both 4-0, both vying for the championship, and the opportunity to play in the Open Division of the city playoffs. Palisades was first on the score board. Seven minutes in
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  • Letters: Mystery Solved, But Permanent Resolution Needed
      “Furniture Illegally Placed” was the headline for a musing that read: “A table, chairs, mailbox and a memorial sign were placed in the restricted entry area of the upper Via Olas bluffs on the Lombard trail going down the hill. The beach
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  • Viewpoint: Group Think and Scapegoating: Seek Truth
    In high school, we were shown “The Ox-Bow Incident” (1943 black and white film), more than once. This editor hated the Western because of the ending – if only people had stopped to seek the truth, it could have been different. Ellen Tucker writes
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  • Viewpoint: Here’s Who’s Funding The Los Angeles Elections and Why You Should Care
    (Editor’s note: This article first appeared in the Westside Current on October 31 and is reprinted with permission.) BY: MICHAEL JENSEN Over the last few weeks, my mailbox has been inundated with campaign mailers for our local elections. My
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  • Dinner with Eugene Levy Raised $10,000 for Local Youth
    Palisades Honorary Mayor Eugene Levy, comic and Emmy winner for Schitt’s Creek, agreed to dine for charity, helping raise money for local youth causes. Last year, the Palisades Rotary Club sold 100 tickets ($100 each) for the opportunity to share a
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  • Leslie Lehr Addresses “A Boob’s Life” in a New Book
      By ALISON BURMEISTER The saying, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” certainly applies to author Leslie Lehr’s latest book, A Boob’s Life, How America’s Obsession Shaped Me. . .And You. With the word boob in the title, and the book cover of a
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  • CRIME REPORT: Two Kids Terrorized by Hot Prowl
    At the Pacific Palisades Community Council zoom meeting, a crime which occurred on October 17, in the 700 block of Hartzell, involving a “hot prowl” was discussed. Two kids were in the house around 7 p.m., while the parents were out. There were also
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  • Mountain Lion Did Not Pay Greens Fees
    A mountain lion was discovered near the Brentwood County Club, that is bordered by San Vicente and Montana, around 10 a.m. on October 27. It appears the animal did not realize only members were allowed on the course. The cat was next seen hiding in
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