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WEEKEND WARRIOR: Palisadian Teen Named Volunteer “Instructor of the Year” for Disabled Skiers

September 25, 2014

When Friday comes, Ross Aronson races home from Palisades High School – like most 16-year-olds, he can’t wait for the weekend. But unlike his peers, Aronson isn’t looking forward to a weekend with friends, kicking back in front of the TV or enjoying much needed time off from homework. Every Friday after school – and Read the full article…

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Palisadians Partner to Prevent Child Abuse

September 25, 2014

Children’s Bureau Hosts Celebrity Chefs and Wine Tasting Event on Oct. 2 United by their vision to significantly change the lives of at-risk children by providing state-of-the-art child abuse prevention and treatment services, Palisadians are paying it forward through an ongoing partnership with Children’s Bureau – one of the largest investors in child abuse prevention Read the full article…

Ask BBB: Parenting Advice from Betsy Brown Braun

September 25, 2014

QUESTION: I’m embarrassed to say that I caught my 4-year-old son kicking the family dog the other day. I was horrified and told him it was wrong, but I’m worried what he might do to the dog when I’m not watching. Is this normal or should I be worried that he’s going to harm my Read the full article…

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Erickson Kicks Dolphins to 38-35 Victory

September 25, 2014

The first time he had a chance to win the game for his team, Palisades High kicker Ethan Erickson came up a few yards short. So when he got another chance Friday night in the waning moments against Canoga Park, he was determined to make amends. With three seconds left he calmly nailed a 21-yard Read the full article…

Pali High Football Hosts Granada Hills in Charter Bowl

Pali High Football Hosts Granada Hills in Charter Bowl

September 25, 2014

The goal for the Palisades High football team tomorrow night is simple: retain the Charter Bowl trophy. The Dolphins will host Granada Hills at Stadium by the Sea (JV kickoff at 4 p.m., varsity at 7 p.m.) in the ninth annual Charter Bowl. The Highlanders won three of the first four meetings and Palisades has Read the full article…

Dillon Henry Soccer Tournament Is Sunday

September 25, 2014

The Dillon Henry Foundation is hosting a mini soccer tournament Sunday at Palisades High to mark what would have been the 25th birthday of Dillon Henry, who died in a car accident in the summer of 2007 before his senior year at Pali High. His family has honored Dillon in many ways through the Foundation Read the full article…

Season Tees Off for Golfin Dolphins

September 25, 2014

Palisades High girls golf coach James Paleno knows his first-year program is a work in progress and significant progress was made Tuesday at Penmar. After finishing third in their first two City 3 League matches the Golfin Dolphins shaved 54 strokes off last week’s nine-hole total, taking second place with a score of 266, one Read the full article…

Pali High Beach Volleyball Splits League Matches

September 25, 2014

A postseason berth might have been at stake last Saturday when the Palisades High varsity boys beach volleyball squad faced Redondo in an IBVL match at Dockweiler State Beach. The Dolphins’ top duo of Shane Stoklos and Bradley McCallister lost in two sets, the No. 2 team of Billy Bailey and Brendan Ward lost in Read the full article…

Schleichkorn Wins at No. 1, Sparks Dolphins in Opener

Schleichkorn Wins at No. 1, Sparks Dolphins in Opener

September 25, 2014

On a team loaded with talent, Abby Schleichkorn wasn’t sure when her chance to play No. 1 might come, she just wanted to be ready when it did. Her opportunity came sooner than expected and the Palisades High sophomore made the most of it, beating Denisha Selma of Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies, 8-3,  Read the full article…

JV Football Runs Past Hunters, 26-8

JV Football Runs Past Hunters, 26-8

September 25, 2014

Momentum is huge in a football game and the team that grabs it first often comes out on top. Having let victory slip away the week before against Santa Monica, the Palisades High junior varsity squad sought another fast start in last Friday afternoon’s home opener against Canoga Park. Stone Maderer set the tone with Read the full article…

Pali High Water Polo Defends Westside Classic Title

Pali High Water Polo Defends Westside Classic Title

September 25, 2014

Saturday afternoon’s championship game of the fourth annual Westside Classic seemed a little anticlimactic, but no one on the Palisades High varsity water polo team seemed to mind. The Dolphins did just what they expected to do, controlling play from the opening sprint in a 13-8 victory over Culver City and defending their title at Read the full article…

Pali High Cross Country Runs Strong at Woodbridge Classic

Pali High Cross Country Runs Strong at Woodbridge Classic

September 25, 2014

Orange County Great Park in Irvine was the site for the Girls’ Sweepstakes Race in last Saturday night’s Woodbridge Classic, where Palisades High‘s Marissa Williams ran head-to-head against Great Oak junior Destiny Collins for the first time since the CIF state track and field finals in June. The two ran in different divisions Sept. 5 Read the full article…

Volleyball Swept by Granada Hills

September 25, 2014

In a rematch of last year’s City Section Division I final, the Palisades High girls volleyball team was swept by Granada Hills, 25-12, 25-19, 25-23, in Friday’s nonleague match at Granada Hills. After pushing defending City Division II champion Taft to five games in their opener, the Dolphins (1-2) easily defeated LACES in  last Thursday’s Read the full article…

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September 11, 2014

By Michael Edlen | Special to the Palisadian-Post As of Aug. 31, there were 69 single-family Palisades residences listed in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), which is 11 percent higher in inventory than this time last year. So far this year 218 Palisades homes have sold, and there are now 41 homes in escrow in Read the full article…

September 11, 2014

By JACQUELINE PRIMO | Reporter Sitting majestically on an expansive lot of over an acre atop the Palisades Highlands, this nearly 6,000 square-foot Mediterranean villa exudes class and sophistication in conjunction with spectacular mountain views and maximum privacy. With hardly any other man-made structures visible from inside the home, you will truly feel as if you Read the full article…

September 11, 2014

By Jacqueline Primo | Reporter Arman Mahmoodi may be just shy of his 20th birthday, but he already has a deep understanding of local real estate. The youngest realtor associate with Rodeo Realty, Mahmoodi grew up in the Palisades and is well acquainted with the unique charm that entices prospective residents to buy property in Read the full article…

September 11, 2014

By Michael Edlen | Special to the Palisadian-Post Although the same contract forms are used in the selling and buying of a home, the process and timing are not at all the same. Sellers often decide to sell within a few months of actually putting their home on the market, whereas most buyers begin their Read the full article…

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