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  • Pali defenders in action April 4.

    Pali Lacrosse Nets Playoff Spot

    Dolphins boys eyeing championship By Chad Winthrop The Palisades High School boys lacrosse team, after a hard-fought regular season, find themselves two victories away from a city championship. While the boys dropped their final regular season game 14-10 versus Brentwood High Sch...
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    Armed Robbery Among Recent Palisades Crimes

    Submitted by LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore Robbery Sunset and Pacific Coast Highway, 4/17/19 at 1 a.m. The suspects (#1-3 male Hispanic, 5’5″ 150 lb) pointed handguns at victims and demanded victim’s property. The suspects then fled the area in a white ...
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    Edify TV: Westside Today News Show April 22

    Westside Today News Show April 22: watch and learn about all the news and happenings in Pacific Palisades and the Westside.* Man arrested for riding bike on the sidewalk * The most dangerous intersections on the Westside* Recycling clothing for #EarthDayShow made possible by P...
  • The “Newsies” talented cast and crew. Photo: Lesly Hall Photography.

    Q&A with Paul Revere’s “Newsies” Director

    Palisades News sits down with with Lara Ganz. By Staff Writer Set in turn-of-the-century New York City, Newsies is the rousing tale of Jack Kelly, a charismatic newsboy and leader of a band of teenaged “newsies.”  When titans of publishing raise distribution pric...
  • Spencer Wynn of Santa Monica High School tries to hit the stick off Pali's Alessandro Caso on April 4. Photos: Morgan Genser.

    Boys Lacrosse in First Place as Season Nears End

    By Chad Winthrop The Pacific Palisades High School Dolphins boys lacrosse team finds themselves in first place as the 2019 season comes to a close. At 10-7 overall on the season, the boys have been especially dominant in league play where they are 5-2 and in home games, where the...
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    Five Myths About Selling a Home Today

    By Michael Edlen, Coldwell Banker Residential BrokerageSpecial to the Palisades News There are many myths about selling a home.  Here are five of the most common and pervasive beliefs. 1. THIS IS A STRONG “SELLER’S MARKET” AND PRICES ARE STILL INCREASING IN ALL AR...
  • Healthy Quick Bites on the Westside

    Healthy Quick Bites on the Westside

    By Keldine Hull  With an endless supply of sunshine, hiking trails, and beaches, California is easily one of the healthiest states in the country. From kombucha and kale, to matcha tea and acai bowls, the Golden State is at the forefront of nearly every health trend known to...
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    Edify TV Video: Tatianna Lee

    Learn about Tatianna Lee, an actress, model, disability lifestyle blogger and an inspiring example of how obstacles can be turned into opportunities in this video made possible by Paul Pekar (http://www.pekarellis.com/)....
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    April Palisades Crimes

    Submitted by Los Angeles Police Department Lead Officer Michael Moore Stolen Vehicle 1000 Hartzell Street, between 3/23/19 at 5:30 p.m. and 3/24/19 at 8:30 a.m. The suspect took victim’s vehicle from a driveway. 600 Amalfi Drive, between 3/24/19 at 9:30 p.m. and 3/25/19 at ...
  • Patti Beck a Pacific Palisades resident and Sierra Club members Mozafar Bahrami and Bob Bailey. Photos: Morgan Genser.

    Los Leones Trail Gets Some Love

    By Chad Winthrop  A wet rainy winter brought mud to the Santa Monica mountains, eroding many trails and while the rain brought greenery and flowers, that in turn attracted many a hiker. Los Leones, one of the more heavily trafficked trails in Los Angeles, got especially work...