Palisades News Debuts As a Bi-Monthly

Welcome to the debut issue of Palisades News, a full-color newspaper that will be mailed to 13,000 households on the fir
Roberta Donohue is the Woman’s Club new administrator.
Photo: Ed Lowe

Roberta Donohue Is Asset to Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club

By  Sue Pascoe Editor Early one recent morning at the Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club, the organization’s new ad
An accessible playground (exceeds ADA compliance regulations) opened in Temescal Canyon Park in late September. The area has been closed during a Prop O project, which included installing a tank underneath to capture rain run-off. Photo: Shelby Pascoe

Palisades Rec Center Needs New Playground

The children’s playground at the Palisades Recreation Center, in addition to being nearly 20 years old, is not ADA com

PCH, Incline Construction Update

The Coastal Interceptor Relief Sewer project, located near the Annenberg Beach House, south of Chautauqua on Pacific Coa
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.