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Edify TV: Westside Congestion Fee

A congestion fee to enter the Westside? A new study explores the possibility of the idea to reduce traffic. Learn more i
Gloria - UCLA Graduate. Now working at Suja Beverage Company. Photos: Courtesy.

Ready to Succeed

By Melanie Williams-Galuten Homeless, living in a car, taking care of two siblings, a young woman beats the odds and get
This spectacular view of the Santa Monica Mountains presents a stunning background for this patio landscape. Photo: Tom Hofer.

Spring Garden Tour Invites us to Spend More Time with Nature

By Staff Writer Embark on this year’s Pacific Palisades Spring Garden Tour, and discover beautiful gardens throughout
The Westside Pavillon. Photo: Edify TV.

Edify TV: Google and the Westside Pavillion

Westside Pavillion, once the most popular mall in Los Angeles, will soon be home to Google. Find out more about this tec
Night Time Police Violent Crime Intervention. Police Vehicles with Flashing Lights.

Recent Pali Crimes

Submitted by Michael Moore LAPD Senior Lead Officer Stolen Vehicle 1500 Lachman Lane, between 3/22/19 at 7:30 p.m. and 3
At Casablanca, come for the homemade tortillas, stay for the 375 varieties of tequila! Photos: Courtesy.

Food Review: Casablanca Restaurant

Casablanca Restaurant220 Lincoln BoulevardVenice310-392-5751 By Grace Hiney Casablanca is a fascinating restaurant with
Left to right: Diane Keaton, Stevie Nicks and Rita Moreno with President Bush in 2004, prior to receiving the Medal of Freedom. Photos: Courtesy.

Women’s History Month in the Palisades

By Keldine Hull The Palisades has an abundance of female residents, both past and present, who have made their mark in e
The California Coastal Commission approves environmental justice policy to increase coastal protections for Californians. Photo: Sam Catanzaro.

Coastal Commission Approves Environmental Justice Policy

By Chad Winthrop  The California Coastal Commission unanimously approved a landmark environmental justice policy to
The first permitted 3D-printed home built in the United States in Austin, Texas. Photo: ICON BUILD.

Could Homes Made in a Factory Help Solve California’s Housing Supply?

By Avi Sinai  About the author: Avi Sinai is the principal of HM Capital, a Los Angeles company specializes in hard