Editorial

Damaged street

Editorial – Money Is There: Fix the Streets

In November 2016, taxpayers approved Measure M, which promised $22.5 billion of that money would be used for street repa
Herb Wesson

Viewpoint: Herb Wesson, LA Mayor for Almost a Year Now

Our story, “Herb Wesson, L.A. Mayor for Almost a Year Now,” was printed in CityWatch in October. The L.A. City Chart
Future Home of Potrero Park

Future Home of Potrero Park

Smoke over Pacific Palisades on Dec. 6, 2017 from the Skirball fire.

Viewpoint – Responding to Fires: The Good and the Ugly

By Sue Pascoe Editor As wildfires raged this month in the Ventura area, San Diego County, the San Fernando Valley and in
New Years Resolutions 2018

New Years Resolutions 2018

Palisades-Malibu Youth and Government member Neku Dorri is on the California Assembly Floor, serving as the Assembly committee chair. Students raise their name placards to be recognized. Photo: Ali Sheaffer

Viewpoint: Palisades-Malibu Y’s Legislature Program is a Success

By Duke Ostendorf Special to the Palisades News Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of being a panelist at the Palisa
Viewpoint: Giving Back in Small, Big Ways

Viewpoint: Giving Back in Small, Big Ways

By Barbara Gould Special to the Palisades News Every now and then one can hear a singer with a voice so incredible it sp
Preven Report: New York Times 1971 Pentagon Story Predates WikiLeaks

Preven Report: New York Times 1971 Pentagon Story Predates WikiLeaks

By Eric Preven & Joshua Preven The publication of the Pentagon Papers on June 13, 1971, is often cited as the newspa
Nextdoor

Editorial: Hiding Out on the Internet

In an article titled “Why We Hurt the Ones We Can’t See,” Dr. Kenneth Worthy writes, “Imagine this scenario: You