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  • Edify TV Video: Homeless Pitbulls

    Edify TV Video: Homeless Pitbulls

    By Edify TV Pit bulls are the second most popular dog in Los Angeles, behind only Chihuahuas. Many landlords, however, ban pit bulls from their properties forcing owners to choose between giving up their dog or giving up their home. Find out more about this issue in this video ma...
  • The 25 members of Palisades’ Troop 223 who were recently awarded the rank of Eagle Scout. Photo: Courtesy Molly Coleman.

    Palisades Boy Scouts Earn Rank of Eagle Scout

    Troop 223 awards 25 Eagle Scouts. By Staff Writer On November 20, 25 members of Boy Scout Troop 223 of Pacific Palisades were awarded the rank of Eagle Scout at a Court of Honor dinner and ceremony at St. Matthew’s Parish School. Eagle Scout is the highest rank attainable in sc...
  • Reports say Uber is interested in purchasing either Bird or Lime. Photo: Sam Catanzaro.

    ‘Amazon of Transportation’: Uber’s Secret Talks to Buy Bird or Lime

    Ride-hailing giant looks to acquire Bird or Lime before going public. By Sam Catanzaro A little over a year after Bird launched their first e-scooters in Santa Monica a multi-billion dollar transportation behemoth is courting the company: Uber. As reported initially by The Inform...
  • (Left to right) Billy Crystal, Janice Crystal and Rabbi Zushe Cunin at 30th Annual Palisades Menorah lighting at the new Palisades Village. Photos: Courtesy Palisades Village.

    Menorah Lighting in the Palisades

    Billy Crystal, Mike Bonin, Rabbi Zushe Cunin and more welcome in Hanukkah. By Keldine Hull Sunday, December 2, marked the first night of Hanukkah and a weeklong celebration of unity and love. Chabad of the Pacific Palisades celebrated the 30th Annual Palisades Menorah lighting at...
  • Learn about a boy who charges e-scooters to help his family make ends meet. Photo: Edify TV.

    Edify TV Video: Bird Hunters

    By Edify TV The modern-day paper route? A local 12-year-old’s first job has become charging e-scooters to help out his mom who is recently unemployed. Find out more about this family’s nightly “Bird hunting” ventures in this video made possible by Oce...
  • As of December 3, the “alphabet streets” area of Pacific Palisades now has an enforced Preferential Parking District (PPD). Photos: Sue Kohl

    Palisades’ New Permit Parking

    Preferential Parking District established to control overflow Palisades Village shoppers. By Tor Marom As of December 3, the “alphabet streets” area of Pacific Palisades now has an enforced Preferential Parking District (PPD) to prevent residents from having issues parking in...
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    Viewpoint: Los Angeles Housing Math Doesn’t Add Up

    By Mark Ryavec Special to the Palisades News Even though there are roughly 25,000 homeless in Los Angeles, Proposition HHH never purported to produce more than 10,000 units of permanent supportive units over 10 years, at a cost of $1.9 billion. On its face, HHH alone would have l...
  • Maggie Gilbert Aquatic Center Summer Hours for 2018

    Maggie Gilbert Aquatic Center Summer Hours for 2018

    Maggie Gilbert Aquatics Center Director Brooke King has released the summer schedule for the pools located at the Palisades High School, 15777 Bowdoin St. “We have more early evening hours than ever, which I’m hoping will work for community members who otherwise can’t swim ...
  • Palisades News Letters: Regarding Tenant Protests

    Palisades News Letters: Regarding Tenant Protests

    I read your balanced article, “Tenants Hold Rent Protest,” in the May 16 issue. I’d like to offer an open letter response to landlord Lisa Ehrlich, who lives in Pacific Palisades: Dear Lisa, I too am a “landlady.” My heart sank to read about the staged protest against y...
  • David Grinsfelder

    Viewpoint – Sibling Rivalry: Brothers and Cities

    By David Grinsfelder Special to the Palisades News The cities of Copenhagen, Denmark, and Malmö, Sweden remind me quite a bit of me and my younger brother, Matthew. While deep down we respect each other, on the surface it may seem as though we take pleasure in relentlessly ridic...