News

Home » Entries posted by graphics

Sunset Mesa, Nearby Coastal Areas See Rise in Burglaries

Sunset Mesa, Nearby Coastal Areas See Rise in Burglaries

Nearly 150 Sunset Mesa, Castellammare and Pacific View Estates residents gathered at the Getty Villa Thursday, Oct. 23, to address what they are calling an epidemic of crime in their neighborhood. “We’re here tonight because we have a problem,” said Linda Kaye, president of the Sunset Mesa Property Owners Association. “There’s no worse experience than Read the full article…

Vote Now! Creep Your Crypt Contest

The Palisadian-Post is proud to present the first-ever Creep Your Crypt Contest, sponsored by Gibson International Realty with special thanks to U.S. Bank. To vote for your favorite creepy crypt, see page 16 in this issue, visit www.PaliPost.com (and click on “Halloween Contest”) or come in person to 881 Alma Real Dr. #213. All votes Read the full article…

House Fire Injures Man in Marquez Knolls

House Fire Injures Man in Marquez Knolls

Firefighters fought two separate blazes in a three-day period in Pacific Palisades starting on Thursday, Oct. 23 and ending Saturday morning, Oct. 25. One person was suffered injuries as a result of one of the fires. The first incident was reported just after 10 p.m. Thursday near Murphy Ranch in Rustic Canyon Park. Firefighters used Read the full article…

Home Tour Set for Nov. 16

Home Tour Set for Nov. 16

The members of the Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club have been busy planning for their highly successful fall home tour, which will offer a walk through stunning private homes in four distinctive neighborhoods. The 29th Annual Pacific Palisades Home Tour presented by MichaelEdlen.com returns to benefit the PPWC on Sunday, Nov. 16 from 11 a.m. to Read the full article…

Palisadians Run for Education

Palisadians Run for Education

More than 300 students, parents, teachers, principals and coaches – some decked out in Halloween costumes – ran for education on Saturday, Oct. 25 as part of the first-ever Run Pali Run 2K/5K. The Palisades Charter High School Education Foundation sponsored the community event to celebrate all of the charter schools in the Palisades Complex: Read the full article…

Palisades Murder a Haunting History

Palisades Murder a Haunting History

Families in Pacific Palisades readied themselves for another week of work on Monday, May 22, 1944. This was a simpler time when children lunched outdoors in the 69-degree weather and then walked hand-in-hand with loved ones to their sleepy seaside neighborhoods. No one suspected that on Hampden Place in the Via Bluffs that day, live-in Read the full article…

Transient Camps Cooking Up Fire Fears

Transient Camps Cooking Up Fire Fears

Residents expressed fears over illegal encampments causing wildfires and concerns over a growing number of transients moving to the area in a meeting Thursday, Oct.23. About 40 people came together at the Palisades Branch Library, for a meeting to focus on homelessness. Facilitated by State Assemblymember Richard Bloom’s office and the Pacific Palisades Community Council, Read the full article…

Committee to Study Bylaws In Wake of Election Controversy

Pacific Palisades Community Council leaders announced Thursday, Oct. 23 the formation of a committee to study the organization’s bylaws and recommend possible changes. The announcement came in the wake of accusations of unfairness in the election process. Marquez Knolls residents were critical of the PPCC after recently elected Palisadian and Marquez resident Greg Sinaiko’s two Read the full article…

VETERANS PAGE: A Palisadian Recalls Vietnam War-Era Experience

VETERANS PAGE: A Palisadian Recalls Vietnam War-Era Experience

WOMEN IN THE WAR EFFORT I cherish fond memories of my seven years as a flight attendant with Continental Airlines in the ’60s and early ’70s. Five of these years were on the MAC (Military Air Command) routes transporting solders on civilian airlines during the Vietnam war. A sense of comfort in belonging to an Read the full article…

Post’s 1st Annual Giving for Thanksgiving

As part of an ongoing effort to assist with the needs of those in the greater Los Angeles community, the Palisadian-Post is extending an opportunity for our community to participate in the 1st Annual Giving For Thanksgiving campaign supporting the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. Giving for Thanksgiving is made up of our community, including businesses, schools, Read the full article…

Page 1 of 280123Next ›Last »