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Cruz Ordered to Stand Trial on 16 Charges in 2014 Crime Spree in Pacific Palisades

Cruz Ordered to Stand Trial on 16 Charges in 2014 Crime Spree in Pacific Palisades

By JACQUELINE PRIMO | Reporter Brian Thomas Cruz has been ordered to stand trial on 16 charges stemming from an August 11 crime spree in Pacific Palisades. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Deborah S. Brazil ruled at a preliminary hearing on April 17 that there was sufficient evidence to try Cruz for 16 of 20 criminal Read the full article…

The Post is Hiring

The Palisadian-Post is branching out with highly successful community events, the new 90272 Magazine, video production and more. We are looking to hire some go-getters to join our enthusiastic team. If you’re interested in event coordination, marketing, community relations, advertising sales or graphics, contact info@palipost.com and submit your resume and a short cover letter telling Read the full article…

California Incline Closes Earlier Than Expected; No Traffic on PCH

California Incline Closes Earlier Than Expected; No Traffic on PCH

The California Incline, the artery off Pacific Coast Highway that connects to Santa Monica, closed at 9 p.m. on Sunday, April 19, several hours earlier than its original scheduled closure time of 5 a.m. on Monday, April 20. On Monday, Pacific Palisades residents reported that traffic was flowing freely on PCH, a surprise to many Read the full article…

Pregerson’s Garden Growing Some Good

Pregerson’s Garden Growing Some Good

By SIERRA DAVIS | Pali Life Editor Hundreds gathered in the garden at the Salvation Army Bell Shelter for an afternoon of music, food and the opportunity to learn about community farming at Riverfest 2015 on April 11. Hosted in part by GrowGood, an urban garden program that provided more than 800 pounds of fresh produce Read the full article…

Mayor Jake’s Kumu App a Hit on iTunes

Mayor Jake’s Kumu App a Hit on iTunes

By FRANCES SHARPE  | Editor-in-Chief Just two weeks after its official release, Honorary Mayor Jake Steinfeld’s wellness app Kumu earned an enviable spot as a “featured app” on iTunes. The placement last week led to a wild surge in activity. “It’s just unbelievable, it’s blowing up,” Mayor Jake said. “It quadrupled traffic the first day.” Mayor Read the full article…

Canyon Residents Voice Concerns Over California Incline Closure

By ALEXANDRIA BORDAS | Reporter Concerned community members banded together during the monthly Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association (SMCCA) meeting to address the California Incline closure, which began on Monday, April 20. In the Rustic Canyon meeting room on the evening of Tuesday, April 14, SMCCA board member George Wolfberg and Norman Kulla, Senior Counsel for Read the full article…

SLOOP: Offering an Uber-Style Car Service for Kids and Their Busy Parents

SLOOP: Offering an Uber-Style Car Service for Kids and Their Busy Parents

By ALEXANDRIA BORDAS | Reporter Professional ride service Sloop has hit the streets of Pacific Palisades to support the rising needs of busy families. CEO Jay McClary and co-founder Derrek Long launched Sloop online at the beginning of April. Similar to Lyft and Uber, Sloop specializes in transportation services for busy parents who are pressed for Read the full article…

Palisades Sponsors are “All in for Kids”

Palisades Sponsors are “All in for Kids”

Rotary Texas Holdem Poker Fundraiser is May 9 Palisadians are “All in for Kids” as sponsors of the Rotary Club’s Texas Holdem fundraiser, Saturday, May 9. The event, which is a charity fundraiser, will take place at Pacific Palisades Presbyterian Church, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Participation in the event is limited to 100 players, and tickets Read the full article…

Pali High Tennis in Seventh Heaven

Pali High Tennis in Seventh Heaven

By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor Knowing that the opponent’s singles players were formidable, the Granada Hills boys tennis team moved two of its singles players to doubles for Monday’s City Section Division I championship match. Palisades, however, arrived at Balboa Tennis Center in Encino with the mindset that no matter what the Highlanders tried, it Read the full article…

Palisadians Brave Boston Marathon

Palisadians Brave Boston Marathon

Eight Pacific Palisades residents were among the 26,610 runners who completed Monday morning’s 119th Boston Marathon. Brian Temple ran the 26.2-mile course in two hours, 50 minutes and eight seconds totake  44th in his age group and Susan Harbert clocked 3:22:53 to finish sixth in her age group. Other Palisades runners were Michael Dempsey (3:30:10), Read the full article…

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