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Living Options to be Presented to Palisades Alliance for Seniors Meeting April 23

The Palisades Alliance for Seniors will present “Senior Living Options: Understanding the Big Picture” at 10:30 a.m.
David Ullendorff, Mathnasium company owner, and Palisades Center Director Skylar Kerzner. Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Math Can Be Fun at Mathnasium in Pacific Palisades

By Sue Pascoe Editor Mathnasium instructors strive to teach children to enjoy math and also feel confident in their math
Rick Caruso
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Editorial: It’s Okay to Ask Caruso Questions

By Sue Pascoe Editor There’s no question that people have a lot of questions about Caruso’s Palisades Village as it
Palisades High School students staged a walkout to commemorate and support students in Parkland, Florida.
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Viewpoint: Buoyed by the Fury of Teenagers

By Peter Krietler Palisades News Contributor As a retired minister who spent a career working with teenagers, including
(Left to right) Diana Hurst, Ruth Grubb, Melissa Rangel and Karen Ellis are college counselors at Palisades High School. Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Palisades News Letters: ‘Off to College’ Fund Donations

Supporting our youth with the Palisades Optimist Foundation’s “Off to College” Fund is important. A careful select
Margaret, a homeless woman in Pacific Palisades, asks residents for money.

Palisades News Letters: The Start of a Solution

I read with interest the letters about Margaret. Someone called for compassion, respect, alternatives and solutions, a v
Air Ambulance Team lifts a distressed/injured hiker to safety.
Photo courtesy of LAFD

Getting an Emergency Airlift from the Santa Monica Mountains

By Sarah Stockman Staff Writer Have you ever gone hiking or mountain biking in our local mountains and witnessed an airl
Two Park Street in Boston used to be the site of Houghton Mifflin Publishing Company.

The Perilous Saga of Book Publishing

By Bob Vickrey Special to the Palisades News As I reported for my first day of work in October 1972 and entered the crea
Host Homes Needed For Homeless Westside Students

Host Homes Needed For Homeless Westside Students

By Sue Pascoe Editor One out of every five community college students, and one out of every ten college students are hom