Blog Posts

  • Dunne Tells Rotary Groundbreaking Moved Back
    Jimmy Dunne Speaks; Students Honored At the March 7 Palisades Rotary Club meeting, Palisades High senior Chloe Smigla received the monthly Rotary Community Service award. Smigla, who has completed her Girl Scouts Gold award, has written a children’s
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  • Caruso’s Project Ties up Traffic, Again
    Traffic Woes Impacted by Sunset Lane Closure Traffic is always heavy on Sunset Boulevard on school days between 2:30 and 3:30 p.m. in Pacific Palisades. This is hardly surprising, given that the following schools are dismissing thousands of students
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  • Wilson Wins California Oratory Contest
    She Prepares for Legion Nationals in April Brentwood School junior Daniella Wilson, who won the American Legion Post 283, District and Area Oratorical Contests, triumphed at the State Competition in Clovis on March 3. Her eight-minute speech
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  • Synthetic Clothes Shed Microplastics
    Keep Plastic Out of the Ocean: Look Beyond Straws People are fighting to keep plastic straws and bottles out of the ocean and to keep the country’s carbon footprint low. Want to do your part? Check your closet. Shop less, buy natural fibers. A 2017
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  • Looking to Work in Show Business?
    Volunteers Needed for Theatre Palisades Production Volunteers are guaranteed a spot on stage, and are needed weekends from March 29 to May 5 on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. (Or, sign up as a volunteer during tech week, which
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  • Most Recent Crimes in Pacific Palisades
    Five Crimes Reported: Crime Prevention Tips Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore has updated the community on the most recent crime report for Pacific Palisades. Burglary/Theft from Vehicle: March 4-5, 8 p.m. to 10:15 a.m. in the 17500 block of
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  • March 8 Is International Women’s Day 
      Here’s a Pacific Palisades Connection International Women’s Day (IWD) had its first gathering on March 19, 1911, supported by more than a million people in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland. In 1913, the day was moved to March 8.
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  • Come to the First Parade Meeting
    Play a Vital Role in the Fourth of July Celebration The Pacific Palisades Americanism Parade Association (PAPA) is starting to plan for the coming year’s Fourth of July celebration, which includes the parade, concert and fireworks. This is the
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  •  ‘Underworld: Imaging the Afterlife’ at Getty
    Getty Villa Exhibit Takes Peek into Underworld By LIBBY MOTIKA Special to Circling the News We don’t know what happens to us after we die, and perhaps it’s only as the end nears that we begin to think about what’s next. Does the body disintegrate,
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  • Why Do People Hoard? Find Out
    Hoarding Highlighted at Senior Alliance “Buried in Treasures: Understanding Hoarding Behavior,” will be the topic of the Monday, March 11, Senior Alliance program at the Palisades Library Community Room. The program starts at 10:30 a.m. and is free
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