Archive for August, 2016

Running back Stone Maderer looks to slip by the Sierra Canyon defense. Credit: Drew Vaupen

PaliHi Football Falls to Sierra Canyon

by Sue Pascoe Editor Opening their football season on Aug. 26 at the Stadium-by-the-Sea, Palisades High School had troub
Peggy Stacy (right) and Gail Meyer help high school seniors with college applications.

College Admissions Spur Self-Reflection

By Peggy Stacy and Gail E. Meyer In March, The Atlantic published a thought-provoking article detailing the complex and
Palisades Crime: Face Scratching, Impersonator Steals $1,500 in iTunes Gift Cards

Palisades Crime: Face Scratching, Impersonator Steals $1,500 in iTunes Gift Cards

The following Aug. 29, 2016 crime report was supplied by LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore of the West L.A. Divisio
Artist Ed Massey at home with his dog, Milo.
Photo: Lesly Hall

Ed Massey Beautifies the World One Panel at a Time

By Laurie Rosenthal Staff Writer You may not know artist Ed Massey personally, but chances are you’ve seen him driving
Man Charged with Hit-and-Run Death in North Hills, Pursuit Ending in Pacific Palisades

Man Charged with Hit-and-Run Death in North Hills, Pursuit Ending in Pacific Palisades

An Escondido man has been charged with the hit-and-run death of a pedestrian in North Hills and then leading police on a
Eliminating Car Lane on Temescal Canyon Road Not Holzer’s Idea

Eliminating Car Lane on Temescal Canyon Road Not Holzer’s Idea

An article in the Aug. 3 Palisades News stated: “The downhill side of Temescal Canyon Road from Sunset Boulevard to Pa

Chipotle to Replace Panda Express in Pacific Palisades

A Chipotle Mexican Grill will replace the closed Panda Express at 15207 Sunset and is slated to open during the last thr

Ways for Seniors to Sell and Stay

By Michael Edlen Special to the Palisades News This is the eighth in a series of articles in answer to requests for more
Regi Davis and Meredith Thomas in Blueprint for Paradise.
Photo: Ed Krieger

New Play Examines Murphy Ranch

By Libby Motika Palisades News Contributor The set-up for Laurel Wetzork’s play Blueprint for Paradise couldn’t be m