Arts

Palisades Branch Library. Credit: Sue Pascoe

Palisades Library’s Summer Writing Contest Awards Ceremony is Oct. 4

The Palisades Library’s summer children’s creative writing contest winners will be announced at a ceremony on Wednes
PaliHi Presents ‘The Producers’

PaliHi Presents ‘The Producers’

A cast of 35 students and a full orchestra will present the musical “The Producers,” in Mercer Hall, 15777 B
Wyn Delano stars in "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" on the East Coast.

Palisadian Wyn Delano Finds His Star in Theater

By Lila Seidman Special to the Palisades News  Living in Washington, D.C. and about to embark on a national tour of
Elizabeth Strout's "Anything is Possible."

‘Anything Is Possible’ Book Discussion Scheduled at Palisades Branch Library

The Palisades Branch Library book club will discuss Elizabeth Strout’s latest book “Anything Is Possible”
The Edmiston family surprised Charlie (center, in teal shirt) in Vancouver, Canada, for his first international art exhibit.

Supporting the Arts, the Family Way

By Pepper Edmiston Special to the Palisades News Awhile ago, Charlie, our artist, told us he was invited to create a one
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Regal Malibu Cinemas Will Close Sunday

By Sue Pascoe Editor The Regal Malibu Cinemas will close this Sunday according to Jamestown Property spokesperson Elizab
Edward Larson Credit: https://law.pepperdine.edu

Santa Monica College to Feature Authors Edward Larson and Sholeh Wolpé

Santa Monica College will present its Fall 2017 Literary Talks and Readings, starting on Tuesday, Sept. 12 with author E
Russell Hunziker, a member of Allied Artists, paints on the bluffs.
Photo: Matthew Stockman

Plein-Air Paint-Out Scheduled for Sept. 9 in Malibu

A plein-air paint-out is planned for Saturday, Sept. 9, at Nicholas Canyon Beach, 33850 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu. Mile
Palisades Branch Library. Credit: Sue Pascoe

Friends of Palisades Branch Library to Hold Gently-Used Book Sale Sept. 9

The Friends of the Palisades Branch Library will hold a quality used-book sale, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., on Saturday, Sept. 9 i