Archive for February, 2017

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Palisades Crime: 6 Burglaries, 3 Thefts and 1 Stolen Vehicle

The following Feb. 27, 2017 crime report was supplied by LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore of the West L.A. Divisio

Kids’ Yoga Day Seeks Palisades Schools

Calling all Palisades schools—and kids. More than 30,000 youth in 30 countries and 50 states are already planning to p
Hospital patients receive Valentines and visits from canines.
Photo: Reed Hutchinson

Palisadian Dollie Ambassadors Make Valentines

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer Every February, about 30 local women switch from making homemade dollies and teddy bears to
Turkish postage stamp created by Ali Acerol.
Photo courtesy: Sharq Gallery

‘Maps and Postage Stamps’ Exhibit at Sharq Gallery on March 4

“Maps and Postage Stamps,” an exhibit of highly unusual and innovative paintings and drawings created by the lat

PaliHi to Replace Its Track and Field

by Laurel Busby Staff Writer Dave Riccardi, the director of operations, and Rocky Montz, an operations assistant liaison
Hamzah Al-Saudi (right) qualified for the state meet.
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

PaliHi Wrestlers Place Third in City, Al-Saudi Advances to State

By Sue Pascoe Editor The City Section wrestling finals were held at the Roybal Learning Center on Feb. 17-18, and Palisa
Dayne Downey grabs a rebound.
Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

PaliHi Girls Basketball Advances to Finals; Boys Lose in Semis

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer For the third year in a row, the Palisades girls basketball team has reached the finals in
Dustin Johnson is now the No.1-ranked golfer in the world after winning the Genesis Open. Son Tatum helps his dad with the trophy.

Dustin Johnson Wins Genesis Open; Military Outpost an Afterthought

By Sue Pascoe Editor By now, golf fans are aware that Dustin Johnson won the Genesis Open by 5 strokes, took home a payo
Anthony Dietl, who volunteered as a Hole 4 marshal, took this photo. Initially, tournament volunteers arrived for a 7 a.m. start time, but that was pushed back two hours so the maintenance crew could clear the golf course for play.

The Unsung Heroes at Riviera Country Club

When the heavy rain and strong winds stopped play at the Genesis Open on Feb. 17 at 12:18 p.m., players, volunteers and