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La Cruz Parklet Continues to Stir Controversy

La Cruz Parklet Continues to Stir Controversy

Palisades Garden Café Targeted By Complaint, Must Remove Benches The Pacific Palisades Community Council on Thursday, Sept. 11 passed a motion opposing a plan that would place a parklet on La Cruz Drive in front of the Palisades Garden Café. The council’s vote on the matter was taken nearly two months after Palisades PRIDE Inc., Read the full article…

HIDDEN HOMELESS: Looking for Solutions

HIDDEN HOMELESS: Looking for Solutions

Brian Deming was ecstatic over what he viewed as a victory. Finally, they are doing something about it, he said. Workers wearing hardhats, large trucks loaded with heavy brush, the buzzing sound of chainsaws, the empty lot on Sunset Boulevard and Marquez Place was alive again but not with the sound of drunk squabbles or Read the full article…

Palisades Voters Oust Council Incumbents

The Pacific Palisades Community Council broke a new record for the most ballots returned in an election since the autonomous body formed in 1973, according to election results released Thursday, Sept. 11. A total of 714 ballots labeled as legitimate counted toward the final tally, according to the council’s election records. This equaled a 7.5 Read the full article…

Chabad Jewish Community Center Opens its Doors to All

Chabad Jewish Community Center Opens its Doors to All

On Sunday, Sept. 7 the Chabad Jewish Community Center of Pacific Palisades officially launched its campus as a center for the community at large, extending its reach beyond the Jewish population. “We’re at a crossroads that makes us available to help and enhance many communities beyond our own individual community,” said Rabbi Zushe Cunin, co-director Read the full article…

Pali High Auto Shop Gets in Gear

Pali High Auto Shop Gets in Gear

On Tuesday, Sept. 9 more than 30 students at Palisades High School convened at the campus’ refurbished body shop to size up a 1966 Mustang, the first passion project of the school’s newly reinstated body shop club. “They’re all here because they have a love for cars and want to learn about old-school muscle cars,” Read the full article…

Village Green Lampposts Replaced

Village Green Lampposts Replaced

The Village Green has a new look thanks to three lampposts that have been replaced following vandalism last December. “I think they’re awesome,” Marge Gold, president of the Village Green Committee told the Post of the new lampposts. Locals stepped up to provide the necessary funds. Coldwell Banker real estate agent Michael Edlen contacted the Read the full article…

Taking Taxes Into Account When Saving & Investing

Taking Taxes Into Account When Saving & Investing

How many of us save and invest with an eye on tax implications? Not that many of us, according to a recent survey from Russell Investments. In the opening quarter of 2014, Russell polled financial services professionals and asked them how many of their clients had inquired about tax-sensitive investment strategies. Just 35 percent of Read the full article…

Catching Up with… Jon Moscot

Catching Up with… Jon Moscot

At Monday afternoon’s practice Palisadian-Post Sports Editor Steve Galluzzo visited with former Palisades High pitcher Jon Moscot, who came to help his former coach, Mike Voelkel, conduct throwing drills with his pitchers. Moscot was the  school’s Post Cup Award winner as Outstanding Senior Athlete in 2009, went on to play at Cuesta College and Pepperdine Read the full article…

Vikings Hold On to Extend Streak

Vikings Hold On to Extend Streak

From the day he took over the Palisades High football program last year, head coach Tim Hyde has instilled a mindset in his players: work hard, do your job and compete. That’s just what the Dolphins did for 48 minutes last Friday night at Santa Monica College and although the end result was a defeat, Read the full article…

Football Hosts Canoga Park Friday

After suffering their first losses of the season the Palisades High varsity and JV football teams will play in front of their home crowd for the first time tomorrow when they host Canoga Park at Stadium by the Sea. The JV game kicks off at 4 p.m., followed by the varsity at 7. The challenge Read the full article…

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