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Mystery Surrounding Dead Highlands Man Deepens

Mystery Surrounding Dead Highlands Man Deepens

Jeffrey ‘Skinny Bob’ Lash Also Lived in Second Residence on Coastline Drive in Sunset Mesa By ALEXANDRIA BORDAS | Reporter The Palisadian-Post obtained new information last week regarding the bizarre life and death of the Pacific Palisades man whose decomposing body was discovered in a vehicle near a Highlands condo on Palisades Drive where 1,200 guns, about six and Read the full article…

Motorcycles on Sunset: Solutions?

Motorcycles on Sunset: Solutions?

By NATE BERG | Special to the Palisadian-Post PART 2 OF A 2-PART SERIES On Wednesday, April 29, right around 10 p.m., the scenic hills of Pacific Palisades were once again reverberating with the loud sounds of dozens of motorcycles. It’s become an unofficial tradition Wednesday nights as large packs of motorcyclists ride down Sunset Boulevard through Read the full article…

Highlands Residents Celebrate Weitzner’s 100th Birthday

Highlands Residents Celebrate Weitzner’s 100th Birthday

By FRANCES SHARPE | Editor-in-Chief Residents on the 1700 block of Palisades Drive gathered on the weekend of July 18-19 to witness one of the most bizarre scenes to ever take place in Pacific Palisades—the removal of over 1,200 firearms from a Highlands condo. On Saturday, July 25, many of those same neighbors came together for Read the full article…

Taking a ‘Ride’ for a Good Cause

Taking a ‘Ride’ for a Good Cause

Honorary Mayor Jake Steinfeld Presents Checks to ‘Ride of Your Life’ Charities By MICHAEL AUSHENKER | Pali Life Editor Yes, the checks were big, the charities were mighty and the celebrity mayor appeared in duplicate when Pacific Palisades Honorary Mayor Jake Steinfeld presented the Palisadian-Post’s “Ride of Your Life” raffle winnings to three local charities: Green Read the full article…

West LA VA Presents Master Plan at Community Council Meeting

By DEBORAH STAMBLER | Contributing Writer While the summer meeting schedule is light for the Pacific Palisades Community Council (PPCC) with only one meeting per month, the agenda continues to address key issues for the community. The July 23 meeting hosted a packed audience for a presentation on the West LA Veteran’s Administration’s development of a Read the full article…

A Rose Isarose Is a Peony, a Harlow, a Hydrangea

A Rose Isarose Is a Peony, a Harlow, a Hydrangea

Flower Shop Blooms in Palisades By ALEXANDRIA BORDAS | Reporter The narrow, cobbled streets of Paris feel intimate as both visitors and locals blissfully wander throughout the French neighborhoods. Images of colorful teal-painted windows pop boldly alongside the road and the smell of freshly cut flowers entices the senses while people exchange a quick ‘bonjour’ at Read the full article…

Pali High Football Practice Begins

Pali High Football Practice Begins

By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor When he gathered his team in a huddle Monday for the first official practice of the 2015 season Palisades High football coach Tim Hyde asked a simple question: “How do you want to be remembered?” Indeed, the script has yet to be written but as he enters his third season Read the full article…

Balmoral Farm Riders Ribbon

Balmoral Farm Riders Ribbon

Sisters Maci and Sadie Anderson Are Champions at Showpark Racing Festival By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor Maci Anderson’s mom Jennifer insists the first word her daughter spoke was “horse.” Neither knew it then, but it was no coincidence for the 10-year-old Palisadian had horseback riding on her  mind and in her heart long before she Read the full article…

Palisades Still Home for Clippers’ Jordan

Palisades Still Home for Clippers’ Jordan

By NOAH FRIEDMAN | Palisadian-Post Intern At the start of NBA free agency, center DeAndre Jordan made it his priority to go through the process of figuring out his basketball future carefully. Two teams came knocking on his door. Multiple sources confirmed to the Palisadian-Post that Jordan lives in Pacific Palisades. According to Ramona Shelburne of Read the full article…

Gridiron Reunion

Gridiron Reunion

By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor When he was hired as head football coach at Palisades High three years ago the first person Tim Hyde called to join his staff was his mentor Chris Hyduke, his defensive coordinator when he played at Redondo Union. “He wasn’t just the d-coordinator, he was my position coach,” said Hyde, Read the full article…

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