Blog Posts

  • Early Morning Four-Vehicle Crash on PCH
    Closes Both Lanes of Traffic: Two Transported (Editor’s note: the photos were taken by Sharon Kilbride and may not be reused without her permission.) A four-car crash occurred today around 7:45 a.m. on Pacific Coast Highway, between Chautauqua and
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  • Skateboarders Cause $7,000+ in Damage
    To the Chase Building Garage off La Cruz At the September 4 Pacific Palisades Business Improvement District (BID) meeting, TOPA Property Manager Kristina Shahidi said that the garage under the Chase Building (below Taj Palace and Modo Mio) had
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  • Palisades Football Captures the Charter Bowl
      Routing Granada Hills, 34-8, Last Friday “This was my last Charter Bowl,” said senior running back Max Palees, who was happy about the 34-8 outcome. “We’ve had a couple of good wins.” The September 6 victory at Granada was Palisades
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  • Movies in the Park Concludes Successful Season
    More than 450 Fans Come to See ‘Black Panther’ How do you entertain nearly 3,000 Pacific Palisades residents, families and friends? One movie at a time. Every Saturday in August, Movies in the Park organizers hosted a night out at the Palisades
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  • Many of Your Plastics Are Going to Landfill
    As the Market for Those Recyclables Shrinks “Once upon a time,” is how most fairy tales start and that’s how the “Plastic” fairy tale started. Once upon a time, a wonderful product was discovered. It made cheap clothes possible, new goods to be
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  • Dedicated ‘Trash Team’ Tackles Palisades Library’s
    Overflowing Outdoor Trash Can; Has Future Plans Students from Village School and Seven Arrows walk past the Palisades Library every day to play at the park. Corpus Christi Elementary kids often pass by the library to go to school. And residents
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  • Genealogy, Discovering Your Family Roots and
    A Light Lunch Served after the Seniors Program The Palisades Alliance for Seniors will offer a special program at 10:30 on Monday, September 9, at the Palisades Library community room, 861 Alma Real. The program is open to the public and free of
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  • Business Improvement District in Pacific Palisades,
    Representing Property Owners, Starts 2021 Renewal In 2015, at least 51 percent of the commercial property owners in the main Pacific Palisades business district voted to pay a yearly assessment that could be used for tree trimming, street cleaning,
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  • Palisades Forestry Committee Will Unveil Its
    Tree Goals at the Next Community Council Meeting After months of research, consultations and meetings, the Palisades Forestry Committee is ready to go public with its findings and recommendations. Committee chairman David Card will make the group’s
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  • No Library Book Donations Accepted in September
    Pop-up Book Sale Scheduled for Friday, Sept. 13 Pacific Palisades residents have been so generous that the Friends of the Library, which organizes slightly-used book sales, is overwhelmed with donated books. There is NO MORE storage space available,
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