A candlelight vigil was held at the intersection of Chautauqua and Sunset boulevards in Pacific Palisades on April 5 for the deceased motorcyclist from a fatal accident. Credit: Bart Bartholomew

Editorial: Tolerance Is More Than Words

by Sue Pascoe If we can’t get beyond “us” and “them,” nothing in this world will ever change for the better. W

Viewpoint: The IRS Tax Man Sigheth

By Claudia Harrington Special to the Palisades News Have you ever wanted to swat that nagging voice inside your head? Yo
Pad-mounted transformer is suggested.

Editorial: Mike Bonin Urged to Use Pad-Mounts

By Sarah Conner PPRA President Special to the Palisades News The western end of Pacific Palisades needs a new electrical

Viewpoint: Lack of Tolerance Is Frightening

by Sue Pascoe Editor A member of the American Legion told me he was disowned because he admitted he had voted for Donald

Viewpoint: PaliHi’s ‘Off to College Fund’ Seeks Donations

By Sue Pascoe Editor Almost all parents in Pacific Palisades expect their kids to attend college, and that expectat

Viewpoint: Help Me Secure Items for a Home

By Max Rodman Special to the Palisades News When I first learned about A Sense of Home (ASOH), a new L.A.-based nonprofi
The proposed Brentwood Middle School would be on Barrington Place, just south of Sunset Boulevard.

Viewpoint: Traffic and Brentwood School

By Lauren Cole Special to the Palisades News You may have received an email from Councilman Mike Bonin touting that Bren
Allison Holdorff Polhill

Editorial: Allison Holdorff Polhill Is Our Choice for School Board

When the L.A. Times editorial board weighed in on the March 7 L.A Unified school board primary election, it endorsed Bre
Palisades Viewpoint: Let’s Slow Down on Permit Parking

Palisades Viewpoint: Let’s Slow Down on Permit Parking

By Matthew Rodman  Special to the Palisades News Let’s wait and see if a re-energized Palisades Village on Swarth