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Artist Ed Massey Greenlighted for Major LA Art Project

Artist Ed Massey Greenlighted for Major LA Art Project

A major art installation that will fill MacArthur Park Lake with thousands of floating, hand-painted colorful spheres was approved recently by Los Angeles City leaders. Conceptualized by artist Ed Massey, who owns a home in Pacific Palisades, and his brother Bernie, the installation is dubbed “The Spheres at MacArthur Park.” “We are very excited because Read the full article…

Post Seeks ‘First Baby’ of 2015

One of the most anticipated arrivals of the New Year is the first baby born to parents living in Pacific Palisades. Launched in 1954 by the Palisadian-Post, the tradition began with Arnold Anchordoguy, and with the exception of 1955, a new baby has been honored every year. Last year’s first arrival was Maeve Elizabeth Lester, Read the full article…

Palisades Will Be Trapped If Disaster Strikes, Say Officials

While Pacific Palisades fared well compared to other parts of Los Angeles during the latest round of rains last week, storm-related street closures and power outages earlier this month were a stark reminder of the community’s vulnerability. Residents were virtually trapped on Dec. 2 during a six-hour closure of PCH that congested freeways and other Read the full article…

$2.8 Million Palisades Home Used in Rental Scam

$2.8 Million Palisades Home Used in Rental Scam

Police are looking for a man suspected of felony grand theft through trickery after a homeowner discovered a man living illegally in a recently purchased home in Pacific Palisades. Los Angeles Police Department Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore said Tuesday, Dec. 9 the suspect rented out a home in the 600 block of Radcliffe Avenue Read the full article…

Palisadians Gather for Light L.A. in Remembrance of Gun Violence Victims

Palisadians Billie Weiss and Annette Verge Stopka were among a group of about 40 people gathered on Thursday, Dec. 11 under the arms of the Mother Mary statue at Wilshire Boulevard and Ocean Avenue to mark the two-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook shooting incident. On Dec. 14, 2012 a 20-year-old gunman killed his own Read the full article…

Abuse Survivor Encourages Family Dialogue

Abuse Survivor Encourages Family Dialogue

“The truth about perpetrators, whether physical, psychological or sexual is that they don’t take no for an answer… No matter what you say,” Angelica Hernández, Ph. D. told the Palisadian-Post. The Palisades Elementary School parent, who has a Master’s degree in psychological studies and a Doctorate in social science, dons a tower of hats. She Read the full article…

Jackie Webb

Jackie Webb

Mrs. Glenn Martin Webb, née Jackie Lee Pierce of Pacific Palisades, was born July 31, 1918 in Lubbock, Texas to Margaret (Monnie) and Charles (Charlie) Pierce. She passed away on Monday, Nov. 24, 2014 in Ventura, California at the age of 96 surrounded by her children and grandchildren. Jackie attended Santa Monica High School and Read the full article…

Seniors Talk About the Birds and the Bees

People over the age of 70 are the third largest group in the United States to be positive for HIV. This was one of many jaw-dropping statistics that Bryan Reamer, Executive Director at Atria Park of Pacific Palisades shared with the group at this month’s senior brunch held at the Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club on Read the full article…

Meridian Offers Senior Living that Fulfills Seniors’ Lives

Client satisfaction is important in any line of work but when it comes to senior care, making people happy is its own job. As a regional coordinator for Meridian Senior Living, Maria Kauten oversees the operations of nine local communities, each serving 35 to 150 residents, to ensure that every resident is being given the Read the full article…

Estate Planning Made Easy

Estate Planning Made Easy

“The concept of estate planning has the appeal of going to the dentist. It’s important but admittedly unpleasant,” said Maria Jonsson, a family trust attorney. For more than a dozen years, Jonsson has used her expertise as both an attorney and a paralegal to help clients address the decidedly uncomfortable issue and prepare them for Read the full article…

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