Editorial

Site of proposed development in the Highlands.
Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Editorial: Opinions Okay, Intimidation Is Not

If you buy a piece of residential property, should neighbors be able to dictate what you build? Should they be able to t
Viewpoint: Musing on High School Seniors

Viewpoint: Musing on High School Seniors

By Lola Coffey Special to the Palisades News I don’t know how many other people have seniors in high school, but I can
Ann Cleaves: 24-Hour Affordable Coastal Housing

Ann Cleaves: 24-Hour Affordable Coastal Housing

The proposed garage at Harvard-Westlake would house 750 cars.

The 750-Car Garage At Harvard-Westlake School

By Eric & Joshua Preven By now it’s common knowledge in Los Angeles that Harvard-Westlake, an elite private middle
Editorial: Stifling the Press Undermines Democracy

Editorial: Stifling the Press Undermines Democracy

When meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda in July, President Donald Trump said, “What we want to see in the Unit
Horses can gallop at break-neck speed duing a polo match. Photo: Tom Hofer

Viewpoint: Anthem Unites Palisades Polo Participants

By Tim Meade Special to the Palisades News It was an absolutely lovely day at the Will Rogers State Park polo field, wit
Ghosts of Potrero Park

Ghosts of Potrero Park

People feel bad for the homeless and want to give. Photo: Sharon Kilbride

Viewpoint: Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness Develops Draft Panhandling Guidelines

On April 3, 2017, the Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness (PPTFH) convened a community meeting to discuss the s
Traffic on Chautauqua Boulevard.

Editorial: Meditative Aspects of a Los Angeles Road Diet

By Sue Pascoe Editor Los Angeles traffic bottlenecks are among the worst in the country, according to a traffic study by