Palisades News Letters: Parent Unhappy About PaliHi Start

PPRA Supports Pad-Mount Pacific Palisades Residents Association (PPRA) supports the pad-mounted alternative for the “t
Scott Beal
Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

Resident Donates $15,000 to Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer Scott Beal read about the endeavors of the Pacific Palisades Community Council’s Task For
Marianna D. Birnbaum

Vital History in Palisadian’s ‘1944’

By Barbara Gould Special to the Palisades News In her memoir, 1944: A Year Without Goodbyes, Palisadian Marianna D. Birn
Members of the Malibu Boys and Girls Club learned about the Crayon Collection.

Crayon Collection Aided By Palisades and Malibu Wells Fargo Bank Branches

By Sue Pascoe Editor Sheila Michail Morovati took her children to restaurants, and loved the idea that they were given c

Malibu Orchid Society to Hold Fundraiser

The Malibu Orchid Society Fundraiser will hold its annual auction on Thursday, March 30. Previews begin at 6:30 p.m., wi
Amalfi Estates Donates $11K to American Cancer Society

Amalfi Estates Donates $11K to American Cancer Society

By Sue Pascoe Editor Anthony Marguleas, owner of Amalfi Estates, a philanthropic residential real estate brokerage, and
The Lotus Temple at the Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine is being remodeled.
Photo: Wendy Price Anderson

Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine’s Lotus Temple Towers in Pacific Palisades to be Renovated

The Lotus Temple towers at the Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine, located off Sunset between Palisades Drive and L
Woman’s Club Awards co-chairs Eva Iino and Robin Weitz.
Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club Awards $31,280

By Sue Pascoe  Editor The Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club continued its annual benevolence program on March 7 by h
Michelle Villemaire is the driving force behind the yarnbombing on the Village Green celebrating National Women’s History Month.

Michelle Villemaire Leads Yarnbombing on Palisades Village Green

By Sue Pascoe Editor Michelle Villemaire draws attention to National Woman’s History Month in a unique way— with yar