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Landing on a Dime!

Landing on a Dime!

A Los Angeles County Sheriff’s helicopter landed on the edge of Via de Las Olas Bluffs on Friends Street on Thursday, Oct. 9, to help a despondent teen, according to authorities. The incident occurred on the south side of the bluffs at aproximately 5 p.m. Deputy James Wolfhope, who was one of the two deputies Read the full article…

Thar She Blows!

Thar She Blows!

A blown gasket was blamed for a residential water main that burst on Alcima Avenue near El Medio on Tuesday, Oct. 14, according to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. Witnesses said the leak lasted about six hours before workers arrived on the scene. Citizen reporter Gregory Lewis said he called LADWP to Read the full article…

Hearing Date Set for Jami Lynn Burrows

Hearing Date Set for Jami Lynn Burrows

Jami Lynn Burrows, a former landscaper and Pacific Palisades resident, appeared in court on Wednesday, Oct. 8, facing felony charges in connection to suspected burglaries in the Palisades, according to police. Ninaz Saffari, an attorney representing Burrows at her court appearance, said her client is innocent of all charges and that she was never involved Read the full article…

‘Mayor Jake’ Fights Childhood Obesity

‘Mayor Jake’ Fights Childhood Obesity

“This generation of kids might not outlive their parents,” said Pacific Palisades Honorary Mayor Jake Steinfeld, who is the co-creator of the California Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports as well as the founder of Major League Lacrosse. “I’m going to make it a point that that’s not going to be,” the father of Read the full article…

Library Writing Contest Winners Announced

Library Writing Contest Winners Announced

The community room at the Palisades Branch Library was abuzz with excitement, anticipation and just a dash of nerves as participants in the 2014 Children’s Summer Creative Writing Contest gathered for the reveal of the contest winners. Over the summer, 46 stories were written and submitted to the library by local students from grades 1-12, Read the full article…

The Right Beneficiary

The Right Beneficiary

Who Should Inherit Your IRA or 401(k)? Here’s a simple financial question: Who is the beneficiary of your IRA? How about your 401(k), life insurance policy or annuity? You may be able to answer such a question quickly and easily. Or you may be saying, “You know … I’m not totally sure.” Whatever your answer, Read the full article…

Halloween Run Pali Run 2K/5K Set for Oct. 25

Halloween Run Pali Run 2K/5K Set for Oct. 25

Students and families from charter schools in the Palisades Complex, including Marquez Elementary School, Palisades Elementary School, Paul Revere Middle School and Palisades High School, will gather on the morning of Saturday, Oct. 25 for a Halloween-themed family race at Stadium by the Sea. The first-ever Halloween Run Pali Run 2K/5K will start at 8 Read the full article…

Dolphins Dominate League Opener

Dolphins Dominate League Opener

Twelve minutes were all the Palisades High football team needed to settle the issue last Friday night. The Dolphins used the remainder of their Western League opener to show what could be in store for future opponents. In its most complete effort of the season, Palisades trounced the Comets 43-0 for its second shutout and Read the full article…

Pali High Football at Venice Friday

Pali High Football at Venice Friday

Perhaps no game this season means more to the Palisades High football team than tomorrow night’s Western League showdown at Venice. Although the Gondos’ 43-game league winning streak ended with a 14-7 loss to University last Friday, the Dolphins still have plenty of motivation to beat their archrivals. Palisades hasn’t defeated Venice since 2000 when Read the full article…

Cross Country Squads Start League

The Palisades High cross country team had its first Western League meet last Thursday at Kenneth Hahn Park. Running against Hamilton and Westchester, the Dolphins’ varsity boys were paced by Shane Brouwer (17:45), Andres Gomez (18:37), Jack Hockley (18:46), Connor Smith (18:56), Everett Fisher (19:10), Phillip Neman (20:03), Gabriel Fuligni (20:21), Mel Vega (20:23), Jason Read the full article…

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