Archive for June, 2017

Marshall Herskovitz, Carol Burnett and Palisadian Edward Zwick received honorary degrees from the American Film Institute on June 5. Photo courtesy of American Film Institute

Palisades Filmmaker Edward Zwick Honored by American Film Institute

The American Film Institute conferred honorary doctorate of fine arts degrees on comedy icon Carol Burnett and filmmakin
The sidewalk and gutter were constructed below street level requiring dirt from the street to be taken away, before the road could be repaved.

Palisades News Letters: Regarding the Entrada Sidewalk

Anyone who navigates Entrada every day could have told you (and did try to tell Council District 11) that narrowing an a
The Rat Pack used to hang out at Carmine’s. Photo: Barry Stein

Palisades ‘Sopranos’ Visit Carmine’s

By Bob Vickrey Special to the Palisades News The atmosphere at Carmine’s restaurant on Santa Monica Boulevard was so a
Topanga Canyon brush fire on June 29, 2017 in the early stages. Credit: Thomas Gissell

Topanga Canyon Brush Fire Reaches 55 Acres

The north and south lanes on Topanga Canyon Boulevard between Grand View Drive and Pacific Coast Highway remain closed F
Three 10,000 sq.ft. homes are proposed for lots on Earlham.

Earlham Lots in Pacific Palisades: Sharply Divided Opinions

By Sue Pascoe Editor The fate of residential construction on Earlham Street, adjacent to Potrero Canyon, continues behin
(Left to right) Members of Troop 223 Bruin patrol Jack Coleman, Oliver Waxtein, Andrew Yang, Duke Massey, Philip Stracke and Orion Spatafora learned from LAFD’s (left to right) Captain Erik Schneider and Firefighters Eric Dillon, Michael Thompson and Patric Tamrazian. Absent was 223 member Oliver Sun.

Palisades Troop 223 Boy Scouts Salute LAFD Fire Station 69

By Orion Spatafora Special to the Palisades News I have been a Boy Scout with Troop 223 in Pacific Palisades since 2012.
Trash overflows at a facility that was supposed to be maintained for hikers by the city.

Agencies Fail to Act: Pacific Palisades Hikers Suffer

By Sarah Stockman Staff Writer In August 2016, the Palisades News investigated why a popular public parking lot and rest
Newly redesigned Bay Theater for Rick Caruso's Palisades Village development. Credit: Caruso Affiliated

Caruso Announces Lease Agreement for Palisades Village’s Bay Theater

Caruso has announced its newest lease agreement for the upcoming Palisades Village will be with Cinépoli
Pastor Eric Schaefer

Palisades Presbyterian Church Pastor Eric Schaefer Has Moved to Nashville

By Corinne Bourdeau Special to the Palisades News As the Youth Pastor at Palisades Presbyterian Church for more than 23