Archive for October, 2016

Palisades Crime: Hidden Key Burglary, Several Thefts

Palisades Crime: Hidden Key Burglary, Several Thefts

  The following Oct. 31, 2016 crime report was supplied by LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore of the West L.A.
Running back Marrio Lofton looks for blocks from his line.
Photo: Drew Vaupen

Westchester High School Ends PaliHi’s Winning Streak, 42-32

With two minutes left to play on Oct. 28, Westchester High School led Palisades High School’s football team, 34-32
Roy Lichtenstein, Sunrise, 1965. Below: Roy Lichtenstein, Thunderbolt, 1966.
Collection of the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation. © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein

Pop Star: Roy Lichtenstein at Skirball

By Laurie Rosenthal Staff Writer If there was a Mount Rushmore for Pop Art, Roy Lichtenstein would be one of the feature
Spooky Pacific Palisades Halloween 2016

Spooky Pacific Palisades Halloween 2016

There’s some spooky good Halloween decorations around Pacific Palisades!Post to our Facebook or Tweet us your favo
A 2-car accident in the 14800 block of PCH on OCt. 29, 2016. Credit: Frank Damon

6 Injured in PCH Crash in Pacific Palisades

Six adults – three male and three female – were transported to area hospitals on Saturday, Oct. 29 following
A water main ruptured in the 800 block of Las Lomas Avenue near Sunset Boulevard on Oct. 28, 2016. Credit: Palisades Patrol

Water Main Ruptures, Floods Streets in Pacific Palisades

Approximately 200 feet of residential streets were damaged by flooding in Pacific Palisades on Friday, Oct. 28, reports
This was the median before the students (left to right) Aileen Figueroa, Sangeet Dhandwar, Maggie Thompson, Esther Galvez, and
Sean Barnett did soil preparation and planting.
Photo: Steve Engelmann

PaliHi Students Replant Bowdoin Median

By Sue Pascoe Editor For decades, people have driven past the median that separates the four lanes of Bowdoin in front o
The grass by the Lutheran Church on Sunset was replaced by dought-tolerant landscaping.
Photo: Patricia Meyer

Palisades Lutheran Church Shows Faith in Conservation

By Sue Pascoe Editor The Palisades Lutheran Church is not only in the business of saving souls, it’s also intent on sa
Alphabet Street residents are arguing over zoning that allows larger house sizes. Photo: Sawyer Pascoe

Palisades News Letters: Upper Chautauqua Residents Weigh in on Mansionization Ordinance

Upper Chautauqua Residents Weigh in (Editor’s note: This letter was sent to the News, Councilmember Bonin, and members