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Carolyn See in 1995.
Photo: Marilyn Sanders/Random House

Palisades’ Carolyn See Captured SoCal Heartbeat

By Libby Motika Palisades News Contributor In her 2000 essay “Waters of Tranquility,” Carolyn See observed the quiet

Riviera Palisades Street Names

By Michael Edlen Special to the Palisades News (In 1990 Randy and Betty Lou Young published a limited edition book title

Asilomar Bluff Stabilization Alternatives to be Discussed

Council District 11 and the City of Bureau of Engineering (BOE) will host a public meeting to discuss ways of stabilizin

City National Bank Will Move To Via de La Paz in 2017

City National Bank, currently located at 1012 Swarthmore Ave., will move to 843 Via de la Paz in early 2017. The new 1,5

Senator Boxer to be Honored

Senator Barbara Boxer will receive the Froehlich Award for political courage from the Pacific Palisades Democratic Club
Bentons Is ‘In;’ Caruso Construction Starts

Bentons Is ‘In;’ Caruso Construction Starts

Caruso Affiliated announced on July 28 that Bentons The Sporting Goods Shop has signed a “letter of intent” to retur
Zaire Armstrong and Talia D’Amato were given writing awards by Rotary member David Card.

Palisades Rotary Club Honors Outstanding Seniors

The Pacific Palisades Rotary Club honors Palisades High School students with annual scholarships in several categories.
The J. Paul Getty Museum, opened in 1974, was modeled after the Villa dei Papiri, the largest and most luxuriously furnished seaside villa that had been found during the early excavations at Herculaneum in Italy in the 1700s. Photo copyright J. Paul Getty Trust

Examining ‘The Burdens of Wealth’

By Libby Motika Palisades News Contributor Burton Fredericksen’s book The Burdens of Wealth is a Bildungsroman, descri
Susan Ackerman teaches the health class at Palisades High School, which allows students access to a sympathetic ear about complex problems.

Pali High Health Class Addresses Teen Issues

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer A potential change in the health class graduation requirement inspired some intense public