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Pali Life

A Legacy of Saving Lives

September 3, 2015

Palisadian Dr. Simon J. Simonian, Who Helped Eradicate Smallpox, is on a Mission to Save the World By JACQUELINE PRIMO | Reporter Dressed in a dark suit jacket, French cuff dress shirt and striped tie with an American flag pinned to his collar, El Medio resident Dr. Simon J. Simonian was the picture of class over Read the full article…

A Walk Fit For a Wonder Woman

September 3, 2015

Real-Life Superheroine Jessica Berman, Who Succumbed to Breast Cancer Last Year, Inspires the Wonder Woman Walk in Pacific Palisades on Sept. 13 By MICHAEL AUSHENKER |Pali Life Editor In the pages of DC Comics, Wonder Woman is actually an Amazonian warrior princess posing as U.S. military nurse Diana Prince. In the real world, Pacific Palisades Read the full article…

Blockbuster Block Parties

September 3, 2015

A succession of community bonding events is scheduled throughout the Palisades for September. By MICHAEL AUSHENKER | Pali Life Editor Yes, block parties are usually associated with summer. Sure, summer may be coming to a close. But this is Pacific Palisades: we don’t go by block party time…the block parties go by Palisades time! Case in Read the full article…

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Dolphins Blitzed by Sierra Canyon

September 3, 2015

Miscues Cost Palisades High Varsity Football Team in 42-7 Season-Opening Defeat   By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor Last Friday’s season opener was full of “what ifs” for the Palisades High varsity football team. What if the Dolphins had capitalized on a turnover on the game’s first play? What if wide receiver Pierre Kaku  hadn’t dropped Read the full article…

Runners Remember Coach Kahn

Runners Remember Coach Kahn

September 3, 2015

By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor If life can be measured by the impact someone makes on others,  Joel Kahn lived a full one. The former Paul Revere Middle School teacher and Palisades High track and cross country coach succumbed to pancreatic cancer at the age of 79 at his Encino home Aug. 24, but his Read the full article…

Volleyball Seeks Another Banner Year

Volleyball Seeks Another Banner Year

September 3, 2015

By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor Palisades High volleyball player Delaney Arth remembers her sophomore year as “the one that got away.” The Dolphins won the City Section title when she was a freshman and again last fall and Arth is determined not to have to look back on her last year with regret. “It still Read the full article…

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Pali High Girls Tennis Bounces Beverly Hills

September 3, 2015

Showing the talent and depth that will make it so tough to contend with this season, the Palisades High girls tennis defeated host Beverly Hills 16-2 in its season opener Tuesday. Freshman Caroline Goldberg swept 6-4, 6-1, 6-0 at No. 1 singles, Abby Schleichkorn won both of her sets at No. 2 singles and Morgan Read the full article…

Schindler Excels at Rowing National Championships

Schindler Excels at Rowing National Championships

September 3, 2015

Palisadian Nicki Schindler was one of four members of the California Yacht Club’s junior rowing team that recently competed in the 2015 United States Rowing Youth National Championships in Sarasota, Florida. After three days of racing against the most competitive rowers in the nation, CYC’s women’s double scull, comprised of Schindler and fellow Marlborough High Read the full article…

Palisadians Ready for NFL Season

Palisadians Ready for NFL Season

September 3, 2015

Palisades High alums Geoff and Mitchell Schwartz are anxious to begin the NFL season with their respective teams. Geoff, a right guard  for the New York Giants, saw his first action of the preseason Aug. 23 versus Jacksonville. Schwartz missed 14 games last year with toe and ankle injuries.   Meanwhile, younger brother Mitchell has Read the full article…

Something to Prove

Something to Prove

August 27, 2015

PALISADES HIGH FOOTBALL PREVIEW By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor Last fall, a season that began with promise ended in disappointment for the Palisades High varsity football team. Sure, it tied for second in the Western League and reached the City Section Division I playoffs for the second straight year, but players and coaches alike thought Read the full article…

Dolphins Display Speed in Scrimmage

Dolphins Display Speed in Scrimmage

August 27, 2015

By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor The first play of last Friday’s scrimmage at Stadium by the Sea set the tone for the afternoon. Palisades’ All-City linebacker Alec Simpson knifed into the backfield to tackle an El Camino Real running back behind the line of scrimmage – a testament to the physicality and speed the Dolphins  Read the full article…

Sierra Canyon Loaded with Talent

Sierra Canyon Loaded with Talent

August 27, 2015

By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor No one can accuse Palisades High head football coach Tim Hyde of looking for a cupcake to kick off the 2015 schedule. On the contrary, when the Dolphins travel to Granada Hills High for their opener tomorrow at 7 p.m. against Sierra Canyon they’ll be facing probably the most talented Read the full article…

Tennis Aiming for Threepeat

Tennis Aiming for Threepeat

August 27, 2015

By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor When it comes to tennis at Palisades High, the expectation is always the same: win the City title. The Dolphins’ girls team has  done that 22 times, more than any program in section history, and will try to make it 23 – including three in a row – this fall. Read the full article…

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August 13, 2015

By JACQUELINE PRIMO | Reporter A stunning circular entry with spiral staircase greets you in this 1920s Spanish estate in the Riviera. Offering privacy and luxury throughout its five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, it is nestled on a 13,362-square foot lot on one of the most desirable and quiet, tree-lined streets. High ceilings and exposed wooden beams Read the full article…

August 13, 2015

By MICHAEL EDLEN | Special to the Palisadian-Post “I want to do a non-contingent sale.” We hear statements similar to this from time to time, and it may be helpful to take a look at different types of contingency clauses. Of course, what a statement like this generally refers to is a contingency on the sale Read the full article…

August 13, 2015

By MICHAEL EDLEN | Special to the Palisadian-Post As of July 31, there were 80 single-family Palisades residences listed in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), which is 7 percent higher than the available inventory this time last year. So far this year 183 Palisades homes have sold, and there are now 31 homes in escrow in Read the full article…

August 13, 2015

By ROBERT RADCLIFFE | Special to the Palisadian-Post In my estate career spanning more than two decades, I’ve seen so many people make the innocent mistake of sharing “too much information” with others about their home purchase or sale. Stemming from over-zealous sharing of inside details about their real estate endeavors, many homeowners and buyers have Read the full article…

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