Archive for August, 2017

Palisades Crime: 15-Year-Old Arrested With Knife at PaliHi

Palisades Crime: 15-Year-Old Arrested With Knife at PaliHi

The following Aug. 21, 2017 crime report was supplied by LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore of the West L.A. Di
New Shell owner Saeed Kohanoff wants to build a convenience store, which would be located in the rear of the lot. The new area would be landscaped and the service bays would be gone.

City Planning Hearing Set for Aug. 31 For Proposed Pacific Palisades Shell Station Building

A city planning hearing will be held regarding the proposed demolition of the existing 1,620-sq.-ft. Shell station garag

Palisades News Letters: Mentally Ill Deserve Help

(Editor’s note: The following letter was sent in response to Mary Lacis’s letter in the July 26 News, which argued t
Sean Greene launched a successful babysitting app, Bambino, in June, 2016.

Pacific Palisades’ Bambino Babysitting Keeps Growing

By Sarah Stockman Staff Writer In 2015, Palisadian Sean Greene quit his job at MatchCraft, a digital marketing company i
Blue Can Water has a 50-year shelf life.

Join Your Palisades Neighbors, Map a Disaster Plan

How prepared are the residents on your block if you must cope with the aftermath of a destructive earthquake? Have you e
Brentwood School Teacher Arrested, Accused of Having Sex With Student on Campus

Brentwood School Teacher Arrested, Accused of Having Sex With Student on Campus

A teacher a Brentwood School has been arrested and charged with allegedly having sex with a 16-year-old student at
Making presentations to Stuart Muller at the July Community Council meeting were Councilman Mike Bonin’s Deputy Lisa Cahill (left), Congressman Ted Lieu’s Janet Turner and PPCC Vice President George Wolfberg (right).

Saying Goodbye to His Beloved Hometown

(Editor’s note: Stuart Muller, 73, has retired to Mexico after decades of activism in Pacific Palisades. He mastermind
Mark Bramhall, Ellen Geer and Willow Geer.
Photo: Miriam Geer

Family Issues Surface in ‘Other Desert Cities’ at Theatricum Botanicum

By Libby Motika Palisades News Contributor When a playwright ventures into family dynamics, the stakes are high. The aut
The regular crew of (left to right) Arnie Wishnick, Bob Vickrey, Josh Greenfeld and Barry Stein (far right) were joined by Don Galias (second from right). Photo: Sylvie Waring

Dinah’s Evokes Yesteryear Nostalgia

By Bob Vickrey Special to the Palisades News Entering Dinah’s brought back youthful memories of my hometown diner wher