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The Earlham property under dispute is located between Friends Street (to the left) and Potrero Canyon (right). The dirt fill from the Caruso Village Project can be seen in Potrero Canyon.

Palisades News Letters: Side with Earlham Neighbors

Side with Earlham Neighbors Regarding your May 3 article, I discovered a 2003 Journal of Geophysical Research report, “An Application of Seismic Tomography to Basin Focusing of Seismic Waves and Northridge Earthquake Damage,” seven years ago while researching the efficacy of ...
Credit: Palisades Patrol

5 Homes Evacuated During 55-Acre Brentwood Brush Fire

More than 150 Los Angeles firefighters contained a brush fire in the hills of Brentwood that began at approximately 12:46 p.m. on Sunday, May 28. The fire was reported in the area of 2969 North Mandeville Canyon Road moving “at a moderate speed” uphill, acco...
The first residence to receive a platinum rating from the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED for Homes program, this two-story, 2,500-square-foot home is composed of 11 modules that were crafted in a factory and constructed on site in just eight hours. Photo courtesy LivingHomes

LivingHome Features A Modular System

By Libby Motika Palisades News Contributor Steve Glenn founded LivingHomes with one goal in mind. He wanted to construct housing that emphasized good design combined with a light ecological footprint. He learned that he could achieve his target most effectively with pre-fabricate...

Michael Edlen: Alternative to Paying Capital Gains

By Michael Edlen Special to the Palisades News I am frequently asked if there is a way to sell a long-held family home without paying what owners feel are excessively high taxes. One might consider that the buyer today is paying 25-50 percent higher prices than they would have no...
Julie Edelson Schleichkorn and Francesca Guagliano.
Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

Palisadian-Influenced Love2Organize Is Here to Help

By Laurie Rosenthal Staff Writer When Julie Edelson Schleichkorn and Francesca Guagliano met three years ago at a local gym, they soon bonded over their love of organizing. They realized each had volunteered to tidy up at their children’s schools and both shared a passion for d...
Gladstone’s may have a new concessionaire.

Gladstone’s: Will It Remain on PCH?

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer Gladstone’s, the iconic oceanfront restaurant at PCH and Sunset Boulevard, may be changing hands. The Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors is seeking to negotiate a new concession agreement when the current one ends on Oct. 31. Forme...
Alex Dale
Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

PaliHi Bandleader Alex Dale Reflects on Year One

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer As a Palisades High School student, Alex Dale won the John Philip Sousa Band Award. “It’s for the kid who spends too much time in the band room,” said Dale, 23, now PaliHi’s director of bands. “So much of my life has been spent here in this ...

Palisades BID June Meeting Location Changed

The Pacific Palisades Business Improvement District (BID) will now hold its next monthly board meeting at the lounge room in the Methodist Church, at 801 Via De La Paz. The next scheduled meeting is Wednesday, June 7 at 8:30 a.m. Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each mont...
Bob Vickrey and Arnie Wishnick visit The Lobster in Santa Monica. Photo: Barry Stein

Palisades Lunch Club Visits The Lobster: A 94-Year Landmark and Counting

By Bob Vickrey Special to the Palisades News It may not look like the “Seafood Shack” of old, but the latest version of the old landmark at the beach still offers that same breathtaking 180-degree view of the crystal-blue Pacific. Our monthly lunch group decided it was time f...