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Pregerson Family Sues Vuongs, Pali High Grad in Hit-and-Run Case

Dean and Sharon Pregerson have filed a wrongful death lawsuit in the hit-and-run accident that killed their son David Pregerson. Filed on Feb. 17 in LA Superior Court, the lawsuit names Marguerite Vuong, Michael Vuong and Warren Satz as defendants. The lawsuit alleges that Marguerite Vuong “failed to stop and/or slow for traffic conditions and/or Read the full article…

Most Dangerous Days, Times to Drive on PCH

The majority of recent traffic collisions on Pacific Coast Highway occurred on Mondays and Saturdays between the hours of noon and 6 p.m., according to the Santa Monica Police Department. SMPD polices PCH between the McClure Tunnel and Entrada, which includes the areas currently affected by construction and lane closures. SMPD Officer Olson, speaking at Read the full article…

Post Seeks Travel Tales, Photos

Post Seeks Travel Tales, Photos

The Palisadian-Post’s annual travel writing and photo contest offers readers a chance to have their travel stories and photos published in the March 26 Travel Tales & Summer Camps special section. Please write about a memorable trip or slice of your trip in 700 words or less and send by email to frances@palipost.com. Entries must Read the full article…

California Incline to Close Early April for Over One Year

The highly anticipated closure of the California Incline is scheduled to begin in early April, according to Santa Monica officials. Although permits allow for construction work to be done Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-10 p.m. and Saturdays 7 a.m.-9 p.m., work will be limited to one shift between the hours of 7 a.m. and 3 or 4 Read the full article…

Palisades Business Makes Forbes List of 100 “Most Promising” Companies

Palisades Business Makes Forbes List of 100 “Most Promising” Companies

Citing the business trends and strategies that are paying off for American companies with “the next billion-dollar ideas,” Forbes magazine named Business Talent Group (BTG) to its list of the 100 “Most Promising Companies” for 2015. Co-founded seven years ago by Palisadians CEO Jody Greenstone Miller and president Amelia Warren Tyagi, BTG is one of Read the full article…

Pali High Alum Sworn Into Nevada State Assembly

Pali High Alum Sworn Into Nevada State Assembly

Palisades High School alumnus Stephen Silberkraus was sworn into office for his first term at the Nevada State Assembly on Monday, Feb. 2. The newly elected Assemblymember credits Pali High for introducing him to the world of politics at an early age, affording him the opportunity to be on the policy debate team as well Read the full article…

VETERANS PAGE: Palisadian Jim Cragg is Fighting a New Battle: Helping Fellow Vets On the Road to Reintegration

VETERANS PAGE: Palisadian Jim Cragg is Fighting a New Battle: Helping Fellow Vets On the Road to Reintegration

For most people, starting a homebased business and growing it into a multi-million dollar firm would provide bragging rights for a lifetime. Not for Palisadian Jim Cragg. Ask the successful founder and CEO of defense contractor Special Operations Technologies, Inc. what he does for a living and he’ll launch into an impassioned discussion about sewing. Read the full article…

‘Men’s Wisdom’ and The Path to Psychotherapy

‘Men’s Wisdom’ and The Path to Psychotherapy

Last month, Palisadian Kane Phelps invited fellow men 50-plus to join a “wisdom circle” designed for men who are going through life’s transitions, such as aging, loss, divorce, retirement and the death of family or friends. “The idea of the men’s group for aging men is about creating community and a place where we can Read the full article…

Savoring His Riviera Moment

Savoring His Riviera Moment

James Hahn Sinks 25-Foot Birdie Putt on Third Playoff Hole to Win in Rain at Northern Trust Open When he was signing autographs after his final round Sunday at the Northern Trust Open, James Hahn asked a spectator if there was going to be a playoff. The man answered “Yeah, yeah, it’s Dustin Johnson, Paul Read the full article…

Wrestlers Take Second at City Finals

Wrestlers Take Second at City Finals

Three Dolphins Win Their Weight Divisions and Qualify for CIF State Meet It didn’t finish in first place Saturday at the City Section Championships, but the Palisades High wrestling team left Roybal Learning Center with a sense of pride knowing it had done its best for a coach that meant so much. The Dolphins took Read the full article…

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