Archive for October, 2017

In preparation for Halloween, Nikki Tomas, 8, and her brother Rocco, 3, attended the Spooktacular at the Palisades Rec Center.

Photo: Boo! From Spooktacular in Pacific Palisades

The city volleyball playoffs begin November 2 at PaliHi.
Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

PaliHi Girls Volleyball Seeded No. 1 in City Playoffs

After winning its seventh straight Western League title, the Palisades High School girls volleyball team is seeded No. 1
"The Great Gatsby" at Palisades High School, fall 2017.

PaliHi Presents ‘The Great Gatsby’

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic “The Great Gatsby” will be presented by the Palisades High School drama depa
Pacific Palisades Community United Methodist Church

Pacific Palisades Community United Methodist Church Bazaar Starts Thursday

The United Methodist Women will hold their annual Country Bazaar over three days at the Pacific Palisades Community Unit
The sole electrical distribution station in the Palisades cannot handle the town’s demands for electricity.

Overloading Causes Power Outages in Pacific Palisades During World Series

By Sue Pascoe Editor It took the Los Angeles Dodgers 29 years to return to the World Series, but when the opening game b
Theatre Palisades upcoming production in November 2017.

New Comedy Coming to Theatre Palisades

The comedy, “In-Laws, Outlaws, and Other People (That Should Be Shot)”, a Theatre Palisades production, will
Palisades Crime: 2 Stolen Cars, Trespassing Arrest and Dog Door Used in Burglary

Palisades Crime: 2 Stolen Cars, Trespassing Arrest and Dog Door Used in Burglary

The following Oct. 29, 2017 crime report was supplied by LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore of the West L.A. Divisio
Susan Schomburg in her gallery at Bergamot Station.

Alex Schomburg’s Otherworldly Worlds

By Laurie Rosenthal Staff Writer When gallerist Susan Schomburg was a little girl in Hillsboro, Oregon, it was always a
Michael Edlen

Michael Edlen: New Equipment, Products Aid Seniors

By Michael Edlen Special to the Palisades News Studies show that by 2035, more than one in five people in the U.S. will