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People gather outside Westfield Century City after reports of an active shooter Friday. Photo: Sam Catanzaro.

Active Shooter, Suspicious Package Reported in Century City

No victims or shots fired at the time of publishing. By Sam Catanzaro West Los Angeles was rattled Friday amid reports o
Jaqueline Caster Speaking at Los Angeles Center for Juvenile Law and Policy Everychild Integrated Education & Legal Advocacy Project. Photos: Courtesy.

Jacqueline Caster: Reinventing Philanthropy

By Melanie Williams-Galuten Once upon a time, a warm-hearted and empathetic mom living in Pacific Palisades realized she
Beth Meneley, owner of OxygenWELL, provides anti-aging therapy through healing and regrowth of damaged cells. Photo: Courtesy.

Wide-Ranging Benefits of Oxygen Therapy

By Staff Writer Just because you breathe in enough oxygen to survive, your brain and other organs may not be receiving e
While residents of communities in the Santa Monica Mountains enjoy tranquil surroundings, poor cell service has become an issue for many residents. Photo: Getty Images.

Safety Risks of Dead Zones in Westside Canyons

By Keldine Hull While a hike through the Santa Monica Mountains is an ideal opportunity to unplug and take a break from
Sara Kovacs. Photo: Edify TV.

Edify TV: Westsider in Special Olympics

By Edify TV Learn about a Westsider representing the United States at the Special Olympics this weekend in this video ma
Business accounting concept, Business man using calculator with computer laptop, budget and loan paper in office.

New Way to Defer, Partially Eliminate Capital Gains Taxes

Shared by Michael Edlen Real Estate Consultant The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that Congress passed in December 2017 included
Left: Pali’s Jane Nwab (center) leaps in the air shoot over Carson’s Taylor Edwards, and Eriona Williams. Right: Alexis Pettis of Pali dribbles around Leonna Logan of Carson. Photos: Morgan Genser.

Pali Girls Hoops’ Run Comes to End

Dolphins fall in CIF State semis. By Chad Winthrop The Pacific Palisades Dolphins basketball team season finally came to
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Edify TV: Venice Restaurant Scene Dying?

By Edify TV Edify TV Live on the food scene in Venice Beach, where a number of local favorites have shut down recently,
Members of the Surfrider Foundation Los Angeles Chapter with trash collected during a beach clean up at Sunset Point in Pacific Palisades. Photo: Courtesy.

1,000 Pounds of Trash

Beach cleanups in Pali. By Keldine Hull One thing California is known for around the world is its breathtaking beaches.