Trash left uncollected by the City constitutes a public nuisance, according to the Venice Stakeholders Association. Photo: Sharon Kilbride

Venice Group Files Appeal Against City, County for Allowing ‘Hazardous Waste’

By Sue Pascoe Editor On November 3, the Venice Stakeholders Association (VSA) filed an appeal brief in its lawsuit again
Pacific Palisades Heard About Town: Let’s Vote on a Substation

Pacific Palisades Heard About Town: Let’s Vote on a Substation

Police Car Ticket I was amused to see that the decoy police car that has been parked along Temescal Canyon Road for a co
Caruso’s Palisades Village is well under construction.

A Roundup of the Palisades Village Opening Day Guesses

If resident prognosticators in our town are correct, the Caruso Palisades Village complex will open in August 2018, and
September, 24, 2016.
Battery Park City, NY

Visitors take a 1 hour tour around the "Forced From Home" exhibit.

(Photo: Elias Williams)

Refugee Camp to be Replicated on the Santa Monica Pier

Forced From Home, a free interactive exhibition of refugee settings, will be held at the Santa Monica Pier through 
Herman Kemp, a retired Army Chaplain, gave the invocation before the names of 2,200 WWI veterans were read at the VA cemetery in Westwood.

World War I Veterans Remembered at VA Cemetery (Video)

By Sue Pascoe Editor Pacific Palisades Sons of the American Legion, in conjunction with the nonprofit Remembering All Ou
Even the youngest students were attentive to the speaker.

Palisades News Letters: Calvary’s Community Service

I wanted to send a heartfelt thank-you to Sue Pascoe for her beautiful article about our community service kickoff. I lo
Karen Dawn with Monty and Marsha (two turkeys who received pardons) and Paula (now deceased), who lived for 17 years on mostly a vegan diet. Photo courtesy of Karen Dawn

Turkeys Pardoned at Palisades Fundraiser Party for DawnWatch

By Sue Pascoe Editor Assemblyman Richard Bloom came to Pacific Palisades on November 4 for a fundraising party to offici
Curtis Love served 23 years for a crime he didn’t commit.

Seeking to Free an Innocent Man

(Editor’s note: In October 1995, Curtis Love, 28, was sentenced to 25 years to life for his alleged involvement in a $
These trees may be cut down for two new homes on Hampden Place. Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Palisades Residents Question Hampden Project

By Sue Pascoe Editor Hampden Place is an odd little street. Just one block long, it has small homes, families that have