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Palisades Holiday Season Underway

Santa Claus Is Coming Santa Claus will visit Pacific Palisades from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, December 5. He and Mrs. Claus
The Ridge Runners cool down after completing yet one of their many journeys, this one atop Inspiration Point above Will Rogers in the late 1980s. (Front row, left to right): Tim McNamar, Dick Lemen, Cliff Schleuter, Peter James, Bill Klein, Tony Rosenthal, and (back row, left to right) John Montanaro, Kevin Ehrhart, Don McCarthy, Bob Klein, David Hibbert, Kevin Herz, Chris Carlson, Jon Varat and Lynn Borland.

Running Through Life with Friends

By Lynn Borland Special to the Palisades News When our Pacific Palisades running group, the Ridge Runners, launched the

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
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”
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
Logo by Andy Stewart

House Band to Play November 21

The House Band, which stars locals Keith Turner, Andrew Stewart, Paul Hodgdon, Doug Masterson, Shel Cohn, John Nahra and
The Marvelous Wonderettes are (left to right) Michelle Zelina, Kana Koinuma, Amanda Leigh Kraft and Laren Gaw. Photo: Joy Daunis

‘The Marvelous Wonderettes’ Opens at Theatre Palisades

By Sue Pascoe Editor If you were a teenager during the late 1950s, this is the show for you. The people behind me seemed
L.A. Times publisher Austin Beutner. Photo: Kirk McCoy, Courtesy of the L.A. Times

L.A. Times Publisher is a Palisadian

By Sue Pascoe Editor Palisadian Austin Beutner, 54, was appointed publisher and CEO of the L.A. Times in August, and he