Articles by: Kurt Park

Norris Hardware. Credit: https://norris.doitbest.com/

Editorial: Getting All of the Facts Makes Sense

By Sue Pascoe Editor Back in February, someone said they heard that Norris Hardware was going out of business. I went to
Community Council board members at the June 23 meeting included (left to right) Reza Akof (Area 8—Riviera), Peter Culhane (Area 2—Highlands), Richard Cohen (treasurer), Jennifer Malaret (secretary), Chris Spitz (outgoing president) and Maryam Zar (incoming president).

Candidates Vying to Lead The Pacific Palisades Community Council

The election for officer positions for the Pacific Palisades Community Council will take place at 7 p.m. on June 14, aft
Four Young Pacific Palisades Baseball Stars, One Great Charity

Four Young Pacific Palisades Baseball Stars, One Great Charity

By Sue Pascoe Editor Your kid has been through Pacific Palisades Baseball Association, and maybe even played all-stars,
Julian Budge and Amanda Saltz, senior photographers at Palisades High School, who curated the library exhibit.

PaliHi Photographers Produce Stunning Exhibit

By  Sue Pascoe Editor This is beyond high-school work,” said Los Angeles Public Library public relations speciali
Palisadian Bill Simon delivered the treasured “My Last Lecture” at UCLA in May.

UCLA’s Bill Simon, a Palisades Resident, Gives the ‘Last Lecture’

By Sue Pascoe Editor UCLA students selected Bill Simon, an adjunct professor in the Department of Economics, to deliver
Photo credit: Brian Deming for PPCC

Palisades News Letters: Scrutiny Important in Elections

In 2014, I wrote about the role of journalism in a piece that was published by the UCLA Burkle Center, in which I quoted
Cartoon: So What Kind of Job Are You Looking For?

Cartoon: So What Kind of Job Are You Looking For?

Palisades Branch Library. Credit: Sue Pascoe

Palisades Library Summer Reading Program Open to All

The Palisades Library 2018 summer reading challenge is open to all ages: children ages 0 to 11; teens ages 11 to 18; and
Collision at Sunset and Swarthmore on Monday, Feb. 19.

Pacific Palisades Heard About Town: Dangerous Crosswalks

Falling Sidewalk on Sunset If you walk along Sunset Boulevard above the Palisades High School baseball field, you can se