Archive for December, 2017

Site of proposed development in the Highlands.
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Palisades News Letters: Highlands Proposed Senior Living

After reading the accounts of the referenced interested parties and the hearings/meetings conducted in your November 1 e
YMCA Christmas Trees Available Through Dec. 23

YMCA Christmas Trees Available Through Dec. 23

The Palisades-Malibu YMCA opened its annual Christmas tree lot on December 1 and will sell trees through December 23 at
Debbie Warfel.
Photo: Matthew Stockman

Palisadian Debbie Warfel Works to Reduce Airplane Noise

By Sarah Stockman Staff Writer On December 14 the Pacific Palisades Community Council will present longtime Palisadian D
Fancy Color Diamonds are the most valuable gems in the world.

Palisades Jeweler Gives Advice about Color Diamonds

By David Tishbi Special to the Palisades News While colorless diamonds are a popular choice, many women are now looking
Grace Hiney

Dining With Grace: Caffé Delfini

By Grace Hiney What a treat it was to return to Caffé Delfini after an interval of many months. Not only is the setting
Viewpoint: Giving Back in Small, Big Ways

Viewpoint: Giving Back in Small, Big Ways

By Barbara Gould Special to the Palisades News Every now and then one can hear a singer with a voice so incredible it sp
Karma Rescue visits students at Palisades Charter High School during finals week in December 2017.

Karma Pets Visit Palisades High School (Video)

By Sue Pascoe Editor Courage, Swade, Gigi and Fletcher stopped by Palisades High School on December 11 to provide pettin
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Palisades Woman Detained After Police Find Marijuana Growing Operation in San Bernardino

Stephanie Smith, of Pacific Palisades, was taken into custody on Wednesday after the discovery of an alleged marijuana g
County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, Dick and Doris Littlestone and son Lt. Mark Littlestone attend Columbarium groundbreaking ceremony. Photo courtesy County Supervisors

Dick Littlestone Fought the VA and Won

By Sue Pascoe  Editor Retired Army Colonel Dick Littlestone, a long-time Palisadian, fought the Veterans Administra