Westside Shelter Donations Sought

A homeless shelter will open on Federal Avenue, just south of Wilshire (in the Armory), Dec. 1 and remain open through M
Palisadian Rubin Braunstein, who invented the first LED in the 1950s, with wife Jacqueline. Photo: Wendy Price Anderson

Palisadian Rubin Braunstein’s LED Discovery Cited

By Sue Pascoe Editor “My husband should have won the Nobel Prize in physics,” Jacqueline Braunstein told the Pal

LAPD Food Drive November 23

Pacific Palisades LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore is inviting the community to join him and the West Los Angeles
Noted photographer Phil Stern in front of a print of his James Dean photo.
Photo: Sue Pascoe

Through the Lens Of Phil Stern

By Sue Pascoe Editor In trying to describe 95-year-old Phil Stern, the poem “Do not go gentle into that good night”

No Watering Palisadians! There Are Rules

Residents are reminded that if they live at an even-numbered address, they can only water landscaping for eight minutes

First Pacific Palisades Rainfall Of the Season

Pacific Palisades received 0.39 inches of rain on Oct. 31, the first measurable precipitation since May 5, when .23 of a
Palisades Rain Chart Over Seven Decades

Palisades Rain Chart Over Seven Decades

As Southern Californians are increasingly warned about the ongoing severe drought conditions, resident Ted Mackie has co
Reece Pascoe (left) and Max Marguleas examine a red plastic piece found in a fish gut.

Plastic Ring Found in Calico Bass Gut Caught by Palisadians

By Sue Pascoe Editor There is a saying, “You are what you eat.” If you eat seafood, you may be plastic. Two local yo
Rabbi Amy Bernstein

Q&A: Rabbi Amy Bernstein of Kehillat Israel

By Judy Silk Palisades News Writer I recently interviewed Rabbi Amy Bernstein at the home she shares with her 11-year-ol