Blog Posts

  • Construction Noise Ignored by the City?
    Early Morning/Late Noise Ignored by the City? Yesterday, September 13, a resident was told that if there is a noise issue with late or early/morning construction at Caruso’s Palisades Village and the police are called, the police should ask for the
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  • The Truth about the Draycott: Part 1
    Draycott Restaurant Features Palisades Owners By SUE PASCOE A good friend predicted this summer that when the upscale Draycott restaurant opens in Caruso’s Palisades Village, we’d have to stop at one martini because it would be too
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  • Construction on Potrero Canyon Park Slated to Start
    Portrero Canyon Grading to Resume This could be the home stretch for Potrero Canyon Park, the public park that will stretch from below the Palisades Recreation Center down to Pacific Coast Highway. The final grading of the 40-acre park is slated to
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  • Construction Update on Caruso’s Village
      Caruso Construction to Go 24/7 A resident has asked Circling the News, “I spoke to two construction workers who told me that construction [on Swarthmore and Monument] would now go forward 24 hours a day, seven days a week until Caruso’s
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  • Participate in National Cleanup Day through the Y
    National CleanUp Day Opportunity at the YMCA “What if everyone just picked up one piece of litter?” National CleanUp Day is Saturday, September 15, and held in conjunction with World CleanUp Day. National Cleanup Day has partnered with Clean Trails
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  • City Rec & Parks Address Playground/Bathrooms
    Rec & Parks Chief Visits the Palisades Michael Shull, head of L.A. Recreation and Parks, toured the Palisades Recreation Center on September 5. Afterwards, along with staffer Ramon Barajas (assistant general manager for planning, maintenance and
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  • Two Opportunities to meet Memory Expert
      Dr. Alan Castel: Memory Expert: Diesel Bookstore on Sept. 13: Senior Alliance on Sept. 17 Dr. Alan Castel will speak on “Ways to Enhance Memory and Learning: Facts and Fiction” at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, September 17, at the Palisades Library
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  • Pali Football Wins Four in a Row
    Palisades (4-0) Routs South Gate Last year’s football game at South Gate weighed heavily on those who played for Palisades High. The Dolphins had a 17-point lead in the fourth quarter only to lose in the final two minutes, 32-31. But a year later,
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  • Getty Museum Theatre Presents ‘Bacchae’
    Euripides’ ‘Bacchae’ Startles with Relevance By LIBBY MOTIKA The scene is set on the empty stage at the Villa outdoor theatre. Quietly, the large bronze doors of the Getty Museum open, revealing a sliver of the Greek statues within. An ordered
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  • September 12—It’s About Dogs
    Rodeo Realty and Dogs Trust USA Rodeo Realty and Dogs Trust USA invite you to an evening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, September 12 at 839 Via de la Paz. The purpose of the event, which will feature catered hors d’oeuvres and
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