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An example of “yarn bombing” on display at the YMCA
Pumpkin Patch.

Yarn Bombing Comes to Pacific Palisades

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer The Palisades has been bombed—yarn bombed. Eight women from Dollies Making a Difference,
Dr. George LaBrot with daughter Sky at the Optimist Installation Dinner.

LaBrot Installed as Palisades Optimist Club President

Dr. George LaBrot was installed as the new Pacific Palisades Club Optimist Club president at a dinner at the Proud Bird

Heard About Town: No Bench Room

No Bench Room I was in the Village on a Tuesday afternoon and waiting to meet a friend. Unfortunately, every bench aroun

Palisades Branch Library Expands Hours

Pacific Palisades Branch Library’s head librarian Mary Hopf said that thanks to a recent ballot measure, the libra
Residents played in the Rotary’s Texas Hold’em Tournament

Pacific Palisades Rotary Clubs’s Texas Hold’em Benefits Kids

Kids were the big winner in the inaugural Texas Hold’em tournament, held by the Pacific Palisades Rotary Club on Sept.
Ruby Hong, who graduated from the University of Vietnam with a degree in business administration, opened her shop on Sunset Boulevard in August. Photo: Shelby Pascoe

Ruby’s Nails Opens in Pacific Palisades

By Sue Pascoe Editor Over the last decade in Pacific Palisades, through good times and bad, one niche business enterpris
Hye-Jin Kim

Violinist Hye-Jin Kim to Perform at St. Matthew’s Church Nov. 14

The classical music series at St. Matthew’s Church will open its 30th season of concerts at 8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 14,

Palisades News Letters: October Transient Editorial Described the Situation

October Transient Editorial Described the Situation Thank you for the “no-nonsense” editorial in the October issue o

Pacific Palisades Community Council to Discuss Preparedness

The Pacific Palisades Community Council will meet at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 13 in the community room of the Palisades