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Residents Upset Over So-Called ‘Neighborhood Watch Meeting’

 “An exclusive infomercial for one private security company.” El Medio Bluffs residents who attended what was billed as a “Neighborhood Watch Meeting” at Palisades Charter High School on Tuesday, Jan. 20 said they felt misled and called the meeting nothing more than a sales pitch for security company Palisades Patrol. Elizabeth Stein, who organized the event Read the full article…

Palisades Gathering of Six Local Elected Officials Draws Crowd

Palisades Gathering of Six Local Elected Officials Draws Crowd

A vow to “work together” emerged as the overarching theme of the messages delivered by six elected officials who spoke at the Pacific Palisades Democratic Club’s Annual Meeting on Sunday, Jan. 25. Congressman Ted Lieu, L.A. County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, State Senator Ben Allen, State Assemblymember Richard Bloom L.A. City Councilmember Mike Bonin and City Controller Read the full article…

Marquez Donations Delivered to Kenya

Marquez Donations Delivered to Kenya

A donation of nearly 500 pounds of clothes, books and toys collected by students at Marquez Elementary was hand-delivered to Cura Orphanage in Kenya earlier this month. Cura is home to 50 children, as young as 4, who have lost their parents to AIDS. Former Marquez students, siblings Daisy, 12, and Jamie Robertson, 11, witnessed first-hand Read the full article…

Wine Tasting, Arts Event a Full-Bodied Success

Wine Tasting, Arts Event a Full-Bodied Success

More than 150 wine, food and art lovers attended the inaugural Wine Tasting With a Splash of Art! event at the Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club on Saturday, Jan. 24 at the PPWC Clubhouse. Guests sipped reds and whites from five wineries including Donelan Family Wines, Skinner Vineyards, Pali Wine Company, Toucan Wines and Tierra y Read the full article…

Studio K Moving to Heart of Village

Studio K Moving to Heart of Village

After opening its doors to Palisadians in 2013, Studio K is getting ready to open the doors to its new home at the corner of Sunset and Monument. “We’re really looking forward to being in the heart of the Village and the center of the community that we have become part of,” said Studio K Read the full article…

Y Seeks Stories to Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Y Seeks Stories to Celebrate 50th Anniversary

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Palisades-Malibu YMCA and to celebrate, the Y is seeking 500 stories from Palisadians by March 12. The Y opened in 1965 and has been bringing the community together ever since. “In 1965, local volunteers opened the Palisades-Malibu YMCA to strengthen our community. They knew our town would Read the full article…

VETERANS PAGE: Palisadian Honored for Service During WWII

VETERANS PAGE: Palisadian Honored for Service During WWII

Palisadian George Mitchell was among nearly 100 CAP members present in Washington D.C. last month to accept the Congressional Gold Medal on behalf of the Civil Air Patrol. It is the most distinguished honor a civilian can receive. News of the accolade made headlines and Mitchell was featured on a local TV news show. As Read the full article…

VETERANS PAGE: Honor A Vet

Is there a veteran in your life who deserves recognition? Is your grandparent, aunt, cousin or next door neighbor an active or retired member of the military? Do you know somebody who served alongside the military as a nurse, or whose life was drastically impacted by war as a stay-at-home mom? Did you grow up Read the full article…

Camille McDaniel

Camille McDaniel

Camille Isabelle Adele Beaufour McDaniel was born was born Nov. 14, 1936 in the northern France town of Billy-Montigny to her parents, Felicien and Adele Beaufour. She passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015 at age 78 surrounded by her husband, sister and children at her home in Pacific Palisades. Camille immigrated to California in Read the full article…

Jones Crowned King at Canyon Springs

Jones Crowned King at Canyon Springs

Pali High Wrestlers Place 11th out of 64 Teams in Raul Huerta Memorial Tournament Before he took the mat for his final match Saturday at the Canyon Springs Tournament in Moreno Valley, Palisades High senior wrestler Kenny Jones knew next to nothing about his opponent. Nor did he care. Instead, Jones concentrated on what he Read the full article…

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