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Local Author Teaches Kids the ABCs of Yoga

April 16, 2015

Book signing to be held at LA Times Festival of Books, April 19 By SIERRA DAVIS | Pali Life Editor Yoga is a great way for children to exercise, be creative with their bodies and develop important skills in a supportive, non-competitive environment, according to Palisadian Teresa Power, author of the children’s book, The ABCs of Yoga Read the full article…

Family Bingo Night, Fun Run Continue Fundraising Frenzy at Marquez

April 16, 2015

By SIERRA DAVIS | Pali Life Editor Fundraising efforts for Marquez Elementary School continued last week with Family Bingo night on Monday, April 6 at Casa Nostra and continued with an Apex Fun Run the following day. Restaurant owner Giovanni Cappone provided a meal of artisan pizzas, fresh salads, specialty pastas and a spread of desserts Read the full article…

‘Perfect Wedding’ A Perfect Laugh

April 16, 2015

By JACQUELINE PRIMO | Reporter The crowd was rolling with laughter at the opening night of Theatre Palisades’ production of Perfect Wedding on Friday, April 10 at Pierson Playhouse. The stage was adorned with an elaborate set, transporting the full house from their comfortable chairs in the theater to the honeymoon suite of a Santa Barbara Read the full article…

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Williams and Olsen at Their Best in Arcadia

April 16, 2015

By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor Running stride for stride with the strongest field she’d faced all season, Palisades High track runner Marissa Williams had a specific goal in mind at last Saturday’s 48th Arcadia Invitational: break 4:50 in the mile. Despite entering as the state leader in both the 1,600 and 3,200, Williams wasn’t considered Read the full article…

Palisades’ Ice Princess

Palisades’ Ice Princess

April 16, 2015

Grace Koplin’s “Theater on Ice” Team Heads to France for Nations Cup By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor Grace Koplin remembers being “4 or 5 years old” when  she saw the movie Ice Princess and ever since then she’s wanted to figure skate. Ten years and thousands of  practice hours later, she’s headed to  Colombes, France Read the full article…

Pali High Volleyball Trio to Be Honored April 26

April 16, 2015

Former Palisades High volleyball players Randy Stoklos and Kent Steffes and longtime Dolphins coach Howard Enstedt are among this year’s inductees into the Los Angeles City Section Hall of Fame. The ceremony is April 26, at the Doubletree by Hilton in Culver City. Stoklos (Class of ‘78) won 123 beach events, including a U.S. championship Read the full article…

Boys Tennis Chases Seventh Straight City Section Crown

Boys Tennis Chases Seventh Straight City Section Crown

April 16, 2015

After rolling to yet another undefeated Western League campaign the Palisades High boys tennis team was awarded the No. 1 seed in the City Section Division I playoffs. The Dolphins (21-1) had a bye in the first round of the 12-team bracket and hosted league rival Hamilton in the quarterfinals Wednesday at the Palisades Tennis Read the full article…

Palisadian Riders Star for Balmoral Farm

Palisadian Riders Star for Balmoral Farm

April 16, 2015

Balmoral Farm was well represented last weekend at the Blenheim Spring Classic II Horse Show in San Juan Capistrano and leading the way were three Palisades riders: Claire and Kaitlyn Van Konynenburg and Sofia Baiker. Competing ar her first show, Claire Van Konynenburg was champion with her horse “Now How Z.” Claire’s daughter Kaitlyn won Read the full article…

Softball Rallies Past Fairfax

Softball Rallies Past Fairfax

April 16, 2015

STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor Patience is a virtue, especially at the plate, and Palisades High sophomore Paulette Ely showed why with two outs in the final inning of last Thursday’s Western League softball game against Fairfax. Determined to make the most of a second chance, Ely drew a bases-loaded walk to force home Monika Swanson Read the full article…

Pali High Golf Team Dealt First Defeat

Pali High Golf Team Dealt First Defeat

April 16, 2015

The Palisades High boys golf team has dominated the City Section for several years now but the  opponent that has given the Dolphins the most trouble has been  Granada Hills. For the second straight season the Highlanders dealt Palisades its first league defeat, winning last Thursday’s 6A League match 210-217 at Knollwood Country Club. “Just Read the full article…

Pali High Hoops Players Make All-City Squads

Pali High Hoops Players Make All-City Squads

April 16, 2015

By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor The CIF Los Angeles City Section has released its All-City boys and girls basketball teams for the 2014-15 season and Palisades High players have made both lists. Two Dolphins are on the girls’ All-City first team: senior forward Bianca King and sophomore guard Chelsey Gipson. Another Pali High guard, junior Read the full article…

Baseball Resumes League Play

Baseball Resumes League Play

April 16, 2015

Heading into the teeth of its schedule the Palisades High baseball team hopes its challenging tournament schedule will pay dividends as the Dolphins try to defend their Western League title. Palisades played only once last week, suffering a 5-1 defeat at West Torrance in the Redondo Tournament. The Dolphins were held to four hits, but Read the full article…

Lacrosse Teams Net Decisive Wins

Lacrosse Teams Net Decisive Wins

April 16, 2015

By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor The best way to shake off a disheartening loss is with a huge  win and that’s just what the Palisades High varsity lacrosse teams  did against City opponents. Coming off a 6-5 loss to Birmingham, the girls were in attack mode from the start last Wednesday and built a 10-2 Read the full article…

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April 9, 2015

By Alexandria Bordas | Reporter Bringing sleek design inspiration from Cape Cod to the Palisades Riviera, Huntington Estates Homes has created a contemporary yet eclectic 10,500 square-foot home perfect for large-scale entertaining. The alluringly soft lighting throughout the space, both indoors and outdoors, accentuates the efforts to combine a comforting setting while coolly reinforcing the Read the full article…

April 9, 2015

By MICHAEL EDLEN | Special to the Palisadian-Post Each month, my team and I provide complimentary local home value estimates for nearly a dozen homeowners. Many of these owners just want a rough idea of value as part of their overall financial picture for future plans. Others are simply curious what their home might be Read the full article…

April 9, 2015

By MICHAEL EDLEN | Special to the Palisadian Post As of March 31, 2015, 71 single-family Palisades residences were listed in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS). The current level of inventory is 7 percent lower than last year’s March 31 available inventory. A total of 57 homes sold in the Palisades in the first quarter Read the full article…

April 9, 2015

By ALEXANDRIA BORDAS | Reporter Ali Rassekhi fell in love with Pacific Palisades while driving through its sprawling scenic streets over 20 years ago. Rassekhi credits his genuine appreciation for the coastal area for helping him sell properties from Malibu to Beverly Hills. He specializes in single-family residences and describes the Palisades as, “the Hamptons Read the full article…

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