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Courtesy of Ian Margaziotis

Pacific Palisades End of February 2017 Rain Report

Friday through Saturday, Feb, 10-l1, brought a drenching rainstorm in Pacific Palisades and the region that dropped 3.09 inches of rain locally. The Sunday/Monday/Tuesday showers produced an additional .49 inches. According to deputy rainmeister Ted Mackie, who is considering ask...
Pole-top distribution station is proposed.

Pacific Palisades Pole-Top Distribution Station Appeal Hearing Set for March 8

A hearing will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, March 8 at City Hall, Room 350, regarding the appeal of the pole-top distribution station proposed for Sunset Boulevard and Marquez Avenue (near the western terminus). Those planning to attend should check the agenda at dpw.lacity.o...
Caroline Stinson, Deborah Buck, Basia Danilow and Kathryn Lockwood comprise the Lark String Quartet.

Lark String Quartet to Play At St. Matthew’s Church March 10

The critically acclaimed St. Matthew’s Chamber Orchestra and the Lark String Quartet will perform at 8 p.m. on Friday, March 10 at St. Matthew’s Church, 1031 Bienveneda Ave. The Lark Quartet will play Erwin Schulhoff ’s Concerto for String Quartet with Wind Orchestra, and w...
Running for a touchdown.
Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

Palisades-Malibu 2017 Youth Sports Underway

 The Palisades-Malibu YMCA flag football and basketball programs started Feb. 4, with a few spots still open. According to program director Oscar Rodriquez, the flag football league offers kids a fun, safe, competitive environment for developing basic fundamentals ...
Palisades Crime: 6 Burglaries, 3 Thefts and 1 Stolen Vehicle

Palisades Crime: 6 Burglaries, 3 Thefts and 1 Stolen Vehicle

The following Feb. 27, 2017 crime report was supplied by LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore of the West L.A. Division. Arrests do not indicate a conviction. GRAND THEFT AUTO Napoli/Amalfi, 2/19/17 btwn 1:30 PM and 6 PM. The suspect took victim’s vehicle for the str...

Kids’ Yoga Day Seeks Palisades Schools

Calling all Palisades schools—and kids. More than 30,000 youth in 30 countries and 50 states are already planning to participate in the second annual Kids’ Yoga Day on Friday, April 7. “Will you help us make this year’s celebration even bigger?” asks Palisadian Teresa A...
Hospital patients receive Valentines and visits from canines.
Photo: Reed Hutchinson

Palisadian Dollie Ambassadors Make Valentines

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer Every February, about 30 local women switch from making homemade dollies and teddy bears to creating Valentines. These charitable folks, who since 2010 have made more than 11,000 dollies and teddy bears for children in need, turn their efforts to hand...
Turkish postage stamp created by Ali Acerol.
Photo courtesy: Sharq Gallery

‘Maps and Postage Stamps’ Exhibit at Sharq Gallery on March 4

“Maps and Postage Stamps,” an exhibit of highly unusual and innovative paintings and drawings created by the late, Turkish-born artist Ali Acerol, will open at Sharq Gallery in Pacific Palisades this Saturday, March 4, with a reception from 2 to 6 p.m. The public is invit...

PaliHi to Replace Its Track and Field

by Laurel Busby Staff Writer Dave Riccardi, the director of operations, and Rocky Montz, an operations assistant liaison, presented information on the $1.5-million improvements scheduled for the track and field this summer at the Palisades High Board meeting on Feb. 21. Currently...