Archive for 2014

Happy Holidays!! – Ann Cleaves December 17, 2014

Happy Holidays!! – Ann Cleaves December 17, 2014

Succulent Thefts On the Increase in Pacific Palisades

Succulent Thefts On the Increase in Pacific Palisades

Various succulent plants, which are drought-resistant and becoming increasingly popular in landscaping, are being snatch
Lana Benedek

Mindful Parenting Workshop Scheduled for Palisades Elementary School

By Laura Abruscato Staff Writer In a mindful meditation, having your mind drift off is not a problem. It’s just anothe

Palisades Library Talk: Keep Children Safe

Palisades Elementary School parent Dr. Angelica Hernandez will speak on “Keeping Our Children Safe” from 4 to 5 p.m.

Pacific Palisades Community Council to host Holiday Dinner

The Pacific Palisades Community Council will host its annual holiday dinner on Thursday, December 11, at the Temescal Ga
Performing in The Nutcracker (front row, left to right): Chloe Butler, Mirabelle Weinbach,
Sofia Davies; (middle row, left to right): Madeline Caldwell, Shelby Tzung, Emilia Davies,
Sadie Rochman; (back row, left to right): Bella Davies, Jacqueline Klein and Erin Power.
Photo: Todd Lechtick

Westside Ballet Offers ‘The Nutcracker’

The Westside Ballet of Santa Monica, with live music by the Santa Monica College Symphony, will present “The Nutcr

Temescal Hiking Group Explores Venice Canals

The Temescal Canyon Association hiking group will explore the Venice canals and perhaps have dinner at one of the many n
Ann Kerr-Adams will speak on December 16.
Photo: Patricia Williams

Ann Kerr-Adams Will Speak at Palisades Presbyterian Church on Dec. 16

Palisades Presbyterian Church will present the fourth in its “Food for Thought” speaker series on Tuesday, December
Kaymar and Joseph Shabani are the new owners of the Atrium building in Pacific Palisades. Photo: Bar tBartholomew

Atrium Building in Pacific Palisades Has New Owners

By Sue Pascoe Editor Brothers Kamyar and Joseph Shabani closed escrow on the Atrium building on Via de la Paz on Novembe