Articles by: Staff Writer

Catherine Brackey. Photo: Courtesy Catherine Brackey.

Hanging with Heroes at the Getty Villa

By Melanie Williams-Galuten “Museums are Fun!” Meet Catherine Brackey, Palisades resident, mother of two and a proud
Dr. Melissa Alexander (left) and her audiology practice (right) in Santa Monica. Photos: Courtesy.

Treating Hearing Loss at Alexander Audiology

The importance of addressing hearing damage. By Staff Writer People from all around the world travel to Los Angeles, in
From StarTrek to our daily life…Photo: ENKI.

AI in the Year 2020… Almost

By Nektar Baziotis   In 1966 Gene Rodenberry’s “Star Trek” made its television debut on NBC. Audiences young
Sold Home For Sale Sign and House

Pacific Palisades Single Family Homes January 2019 Sales

Pacific Palisades Single Family Homes January 2019 Sales By Murrary Weisberg | Associate Manager of Sotheby’s Bre
P-65, a young female mountain lion who survived the Woolsey Fire. Photos: National Parks Service.

Mountain Lions in Wake of Woolsey Fire

Santa Monica Mountains recover from disaster. By Keldine Hull With over 150,000 acres of hiking trails, beaches and cany
“Here you will find anything that pleases your palate,” writes Grace Hiney in her review of El Cholo in Santa Monica. Photo: Facebook.

Food Review: El Cholo

El CHOLO 1025 Wilshire Boulevard Santa Monica (310) 899-1106 By Grace Hiney On cold night dinner at El Cholo was a delig
Photo: Edify TV.

Edify TV Live: Witness Uganda

By Edify TV Edify TV Live takes a look at Witness Uganda , a documentary musical currently playing at the 
Under a new pilot program, 15 percent of funds generated via parking meters in Pacific Palisades will be given back to the community. Photo: Sam Catanzaro.

Edify TV Live: Parking Pilot Program

By Edify TV Edify TV Live talks with Andrew Thomas of Westwood Village about a new pilot program that will giv
A storm drain in Pacific Palisades empties into the ocean on February 11 following heavy rainfall. Photo: Sam Catanzaro.

Bacteria, Pathogens, Sewage: SM Bay After Rainfall

By Keldine Hull Two years after California experienced its wettest year since record-keeping began in 1895, the rain con