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Former Pacific Palisades Baseball Player Matt McGeagh Named ‘Philadelphia Big 5 Player of the Week’

Former Pacific Palisades Baseball Association player Matt McGeagh, a Loyola High School alum who now attends Penn Univer
Palisades Charter High School will open its doors at 6 p.m. to the public today, Wednesday, April 5, to showcase its art, photography, film and ceramics in Mercer Hall. In the gym, the choir, jazz band, dancers, color guard and poets will perform. Performances will start at 6:30 p.m. and continue until 9 p.m. Food trucks, desserts and coffee will be available. Photo: Gigi Staubitz

PaliHi Art Showcase Premieres April 5 at Mercer Hall

Santa Monica Oceanaires Will Perform April 8

The Santa Monica Oceanaires will perform their spring show, “Love That Boat,” led by Ben Lowe and Madeline Slettedah
Dr. Melanie Gullet has started Bryan’s Smile, a nonprofit that addresses the consequences of alcohol and drug abuse.

Photo: Lesly Hall

Bryan’s Smile at Paul Revere Middle School Addresses Drug Use

By Laura Abruscato Staff Writer The police officer recalled how he was surprised when he was talking to people who looke
Credit: Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

PaliHi Softball Bounces Back After Rough Preseason

by Laurel Busby Staff Writer After a rough pre-season, the Palisades High School varsity softball team has come back str
LAFD officials assess the traffic collision scene on April 2, 2017 at Sunset and Chautauqua. Three motorcyclists were injured and one was killed. Credit:

1 Dead, 3 Injured at Multi-Vehicle Collision at Sunset and Chautauqua

by Sue Pascoe Editor Four motorcyclists were involved  in an accident with a Mercedes Benz shortly after 2 p.m
Two individuals are detained by Palisades Patrol on March 29, 2017 on Mandeville Canyon Road following a road stop with a stolen van. Credit: Palisades Patrol

3 Arrested with Stolen Van and Supplies on Mandeville Canyon Road

Palisades Patrol officers responded to a call of a car driving backwards down Mandeville Canyon Road near noon on Wednes
PaliHi Tennis Wins National Tournament in Newport Beach

PaliHi Tennis Wins National Tournament in Newport Beach

The Palisades High School tennis team won the 18th National Invitational Boys High School Tennis Tournament, held at the
The Hope Street view of the library, known officially as the Richard Riordan Central Library, with skyscrapers in the background. Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Los Angeles Central Library Builds Civic Identity

By Libby Motika Palisades News Contributor On a late morning in April 1986, fire detectors sounded at the Los Angeles Ce