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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
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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
“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
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
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Edify TV: Treat Your Body Produce

By Edify TV Edify TV meets up with Ilana Muhlstein Nutrition at the Culver City Farmers Market to hear about p
In his latest special to Palisades News, Anthony Marguleas explains backup offers. Photo: Getty Images.

Backup Offers: What are They and How do They Really Work?

By Anthony Marguleas Special to the Palisades News What is a backup offer? When there is an accepted offer on a property
Patricia Phoenix Harrington, a ten-year resident of the Palisades and a parishioner of Corpus Christi Church, passed away on January 14, peacefully in her sleep at the age of 92. Photo: Courtesy.

Patricia Phoenix Harrington Remembered

Submitted by Ken Kallmeyer Patricia Phoenix Harrington, a ten-year resident of the Palisades and a parishioner of Corpus
Photo: Maury Ornest.

Discovering a Trove of Paintings

The art of Maury Ornest By Staff Writer To honor her late brother’s legacy, Laura Ornest, a former KNX 1070 radio
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.

Keeping Parking Money in Pali

Pilot program gives portion of meter funds to neighborhoods. By Sam Catanzaro While nobody enjoys paying for parking, fo