Archive for May, 2016

Weber Chosen as Parade Marshal

Weber Chosen as Parade Marshal

Attorney Rob Weber, who brought boundless energy, enthusiasm and creativity to the Fourth of July parade/concert/firewor
PaliHi Swim Teams Capture City Titles

PaliHi Swim Teams Capture City Titles

It just doesn’t get any better than this for Palisades High swim coach Maggie Nance. Her boys and girls teams destroye
Bill Bubar and Leonel Zepeda

Bubar’s Maintains Family Values

Bubar’s Jewelers is like a second home to owner Bill Bubar. His father, Nat, opened the Santa Monica store in 1945, tw
Riding the Expo Line

Riding the Expo Line

The Palisades News made it onto the first Metro Expo light-rail train, heading east from Santa Monica, at noon on May 20
Skaro Stabilizes Palisades-Malibu YMCA

Skaro Stabilizes Palisades-Malibu YMCA

Shelly Skaro came aboard as the acting Palisades-Malibu YMCA executive director in December and by February had been nam
Residents Oppose City’s Use of Roundup

Residents Oppose City’s Use of Roundup

In April, Monsanto’s insecticide Roundup, which is one of the most popular American herbicides and also one of the mos
Backbone Trail Reaches Goal

Backbone Trail Reaches Goal

Imagine a destination that offers expansive views, clean air and an escape from urban pressure, right in our own back ya
Pacific Palisades Crime Report: Forced Entry, Stolen Vehicles, Booze on the Beach

Pacific Palisades Crime Report: Forced Entry, Stolen Vehicles, Booze on the Beach

The following May 24, 2016 crime report was supplied by LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore of the West L.A. Division

Letters to the Editor May 18, 2016

Service Dogs vs. Pets Thank you so much for the informative and accurate article, “Residents Claim Pets Are Service Do