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Backbone Trail Reaches Goal

Backbone Trail Reaches Goal

Imagine a destination that offers expansive views, clean air and an escape from urban pressure, right in our own back ya
Diamond Explains Rethinking L.A. Water

Diamond Explains Rethinking L.A. Water

By LAUREL BUSBY Staff Writer   California’s drought has made Los Angelenos change the way they think about water,

Prepare Your Home For an Earthquake

  If your home has a chimney and an attic, nail the plywood to the ceiling joints around the chimney to help protec
Visit N/E/X/T for Native Plant Ideas

Visit N/E/X/T for Native Plant Ideas

  The Native/Environmental/Xeriscape/Temescal Garden (N/E/X/T Garden) shows visitors how diverse native and drought
Shellhorn Pioneered Landscape Ideas

Shellhorn Pioneered Landscape Ideas

By LIBBY MOTIKA Palisades News Contributor   A landscape architect who espouses simplicity and promotes the use of
PaliHi Student Photos Are on Display

PaliHi Student Photos Are on Display

Palisades High School student photography is on display through May 27 at the Palisades Branch Library community room, 8
Troop 223 Scout Helps Injured Motorcyclist

Troop 223 Scout Helps Injured Motorcyclist

Lukas Richards, 13, a member of Pacific Palisades Boy Scout Troop 223, was in the car with his mother on San Vicente in
Liar’s Punishment Benefits Homeless

Liar’s Punishment Benefits Homeless

Theatre Palisades and the Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness (PPTFH) will present two benefit performances of

Free Movie Will Be Screened at Library

The Palisades Branch Library’s montly movie series will feature a real blockbuster, directed by Palisades resident J.J