Blog Posts

  • Around Pacific Palisades
    Impossible to Walk the Sidewalk? If you plan to walk to Will Rogers State Beach down Temescal Canyon Road sidewalk—and maybe push a stroller, be prepared to traverse a hazardous course of wood (and a broken sidewalk.) The L.A. Municipal Code (Ord.
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  • Caruso Construction Starts Too Early
    Problem in Pacific Palisades? Try Your Community Council I was contacted by a person who lives in the condos next to the alley off Swarthmore (across from the Caruso development). They told me that construction in “Carusoville” had been starting too
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  • BOCA Is Back
      BOCA Returns to Pacific Palisades BOCA, a woman’s clothing store that was located on Swarthmore before Palisades Village construction razed the storefronts, has returned to Pacific Palisades. The store re-opened yesterday (August 1) in the
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  • Community Council Announces Candidates
                          ‘As the Council Turns’ By SUE PASCOE The latest soap opera installment of “As the Council Turns,” featuring the Pacific Palisades Community Council, occurred at
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  • August: More than Back-to-School
    Five Must Dos in August in Pacific Palisades GIVE BLOOD on Sunday, August 5 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Corpus Christi Hall, 890 Toyopa Dr. Make an appointment online. Visit: redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor code Corpus Christi. MOVIES IN THE PARK
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  • Electricity Out in Portions of Palisades
    Electrical Outage in Pacific Palisades According to Los Angeles Department of Water and Power there is an outage affecting 1,755 customers that stretches from portions of of the west side of Temescal Canyon Road to the Marquez Knolls area to the
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  • What Happened to the Dog Park?
    Palisades Dog Park on Hold By SUE PASCOE A new Palisades dog park, which would be built in Temescal Canyon, is on hold, because a major source of the proposed funding, Measure A, is being litigated. Measure A was a parcel tax measure that was on the
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  • Hiking with Elected Officials
    Hiking with a City Councilman, a State Senator and an LAUSD Board Member By SUE PASCOE A local social media site posted that L.A. Councilmember Mike Bonin, State Senator Ben Allen and LAUSD Board Member Nick Melvoin would participate in a “Hike with
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  • ‘America’s Got Talent’: Angel City Chorale Advances
    Angel City Chorale Receives Golden Buzzer By BERNICE FOX The Angel City Chorale truly is golden. The 160-voice choir that’s based in West Los Angeles earned the coveted Golden Buzzer on last night’s edition of “America’s Got Talent.” The Golden
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  • Coastal Commission Process Disputed
      Highlands Eldercare Facility Process Disputed By SUE PASCOE Opponents of the proposed four-story, 64,646-sq.-ft eldercare facility in the Palisades Highlands, which received a Coastal Development Permit from the City of L.A. in April,
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