Archive for September, 2016

Sydney Forrester, left,  won second place in the 7th-8th grade division of the Pali Library contest. Photo credit:  Dawn Forrester

Palisades Library’s Summer Creative Writing Contest Winners Announced

Syndey Forrester won second place in the 7th-8th grade division of the Friends of the Library creative writing contest,
Palisades-Malibu YMCA Pumpkin Patch Opens on Saturday

Palisades-Malibu YMCA Pumpkin Patch Opens on Saturday

The Palisades-Malibu YMCA Pumpkin Patch, which opens on Saturday, Oct. 1, will run through Oct. 30. There is a wide sel
PaliHi freshmen Caleigh Crossman, Polina Zotenko and Alyssa Velky with coach Bud Kling.

PaliHi’s Bud Kling: 40 City Tennis Titles

By Sarah Stockman Palisades News Reporter Photos by Lesly Hall Bud Kling, the boys and girls coach at Palisades High Sch
Kelly Comras
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Palisadian Kelly Comras to Speak about Ruth Shellhorn

Palisadian Kelly Comras, a landscape architect, will survey Ruth Shell- horn’s career and her extraordinary achievemen

Senior Homeowners: Think Safety First

By Michael Edlen Special to the Palisades News (Editor’s note: This is the ninth in a series of articles that answer r
This is one of the ficus trees that will be replaced.

Ficus Bulldozed: Palisades Village Tree Update

By Sue Pascoe Editor The two towering ficus trees in front of the Mobil station on Sunset at Swarthmore were bulldozed d

New Blood Donations Needed Through Providence St. John’s Medical Center

Dr. Mike Martini, who has organized blood drives in Pacific Palisades for many years, is calling for “new blood.” So
Diane Berk, owner of All-Pro Health and Nutrition, in front of the store on Via de la Paz. Photo: Lesly Hall

All-Pro Leaving Palisades After 40-Plus Years on Via

By Laura Abruscato Contributing Writer All-Pro Health and Nutrition, the supplement and vitamin store at 847 Via de la P
Senior Lucas Silva takes a shot on goal.
 
Photograph: Ben Trask

Palisades High School Water Polo Defeats San Pedro 18-1

The extreme heat on Sept. 26 left spectators and fans sweltering at the Maggie Gilbert Aquatic Center. The only thing ho