Archive for September, 2017

Singing Is Good For the Brain

Singing Is Good For the Brain

By Rosemary Kelly Special to the Palisades News As we go through life, we should have “a song in our heart” and “s
A preschool child appreciates the view out of the new triangle-shaped window. Photo: Matthew Stockman

Remodel Welcomes Kehillat Israel Preschool Students

By Sarah Stockman Staff Writer On Tuesday, September 5, students at the Kehillat Israel Early Childhood Center were gree
The PaliHi turf and track demolition was completed last week. Photo: Matthew Stockman

Palisades News Letters: Buy a Brick, Support PaliHi

Since the beginning of the school year, Palisades Charter High School has begun a campaign to help pay for the installat
Navy veterans Max and Cerisa Moncayo at the ribbon-cutting celebration for their offices in the 881 Alma Real building, in August.

Moncayos Celebrate Dentistry in Palisades

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer Both Cerisa and Max Moncayo got their start as dentists in the military. The two, who opene
Viewpoint: Should LA County Subsidize Herbalife?

Viewpoint: Should LA County Subsidize Herbalife?

By Eric Preven & Joshua Preven (Eric Preven and his brother, Palisadian Joshua Preven, are public advocates for bett
From left: Stephanie Andrea Barron (Iphigenia); Mark Montgomery (Agamemnon) and Sandra Marquez (Clytemnestra). Photo: Craig Schwartz

Agamemnon’s Dilemma Yields Tragic Consequences in Getty Villa Performance

By Libby Motika Palisades News Contributor As we see how the weight of being king and general of the Greek army bows the
Parents have paid to have their children bused to Paul Revere, which reduces traffic congestion.

Paul Revere Middle School Buses Reduce Traffic

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer Two years ago, Paul Revere Charter Middle School aimed to reduce traffic congestion around
This house on Bollinger Drive has stood empty since April 2016 but City officials say it is not a fire hazard.

Palisades News Letters: 16815 Bollinger House

I read with great interest the article in this week’s Palisades News regarding the partially constructed property at 1
Roots from the two pine trees are pushing out the wall and compromising the building.

LAFD Fire Station 69 in Pacific Palisades to Be Re-Landscaped

About a year ago, the landscaping and grass at Fire Station 69 (corner of Sunset and Carey) looked dismal. The yard, bec