Theatre Palisades Delivers ‘The Price’

By GABRIELLA BOCK | Reporter Esteemed mid-century playwright Arthur Miller’s 1968 familial drama, “The Price,” opened the 2018 Theatre Palisades production season on Friday, Jan. 12,...

Inspired by Song, Palisadian Artist Pens Powerful Novel on America’s Past

By GABRIELLA BOCK | Reporter In 2009, Bob Dylan wrote a ballad for the soundtrack of filmmaker Olivier Dahan’s “My Own Love Song.” It led to...

Palisadian Martin Rayner’s Triumphant Return to ‘Freud’

By MATTHEW MEYER | Reporter Eight hundred performances and a near-death experience later, Martin Rayner still finds his role as Dr. Sigmund Freud as stimulating as...

Our Town

The Palisades Charter High School Academic Decathlon Team visited a booth on utility careers during an all-day competition training session at LADWP downtown headquarters....

The Cellar

Q: It’s Tuesday night. What should I drink? Probably this is not the night to raid your cellar for a gem—it’s just not a special...

Wrestlers Dominate League Meet

By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor After spending the first month of the season traveling to various tournaments the Palisades High wrestling team got its first...

Athlete of the Week

KAI FORBATH The Minnesota Vikings placekicker made three field goals, including a franchise playoff record 53-yarder that gave his team a 23-21 lead with 1:29...

Soccer Squads Blank LACES

Scoring has not been a problem this season for the Palisades High boys soccer team and that trend continued last Wednesday against  Los Angeles...

Pali High’s Baraka Beckett Commits to UCLA Football

Achildhood dream was realized on Sunday for Palisades High senior offensive and defensive lineman Baraka Beckett, who has committed to continue his football career...

Dolphins Net First League Win

By STEVE GALLUZZO | Sports Editor It took the full 32 minutes, but the Palisades High boys basketball team beat Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies...

WEATHER

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Things to Consider If You Plan to Retire Before 60

Financially Speaking, What Moves Might You Want to Make? By PAUL TAGHIBAGI | Special to the Palisadian-Post By choice or by chance, some people wrap up...

Hitler’s Home in the Palisades: New Books Explore Murphy Ranch

By JOHN HARLOW | Editor-in-Chief Like London buses or movies about Truman Capote, you wait for a long time and then two turn up at once. It’s...

Bugged: Bed Bugs, Landlords and You

By MATTHEW MEYER | Reporter Los Angeles has a bed bug problem. Our fine city is consistently ranked within the top 10 U.S. metro areas for infestations,...

TV Host Abandons the Palisades for Brentwood

It was Rick Caruso, not us, who jokingly called his hometown Brentwood a “slum” compared to his dream town of Pacific Palisades. We are...

The 2018 State Laws that Could Shake Up Home Building—and the New Housing Bill...

By JOHN HARLOW | Editor-in-Chief Some 2018 Californian laws made headlines: mandatory diaper stations, tougher gun controls and, of course, the rather foggy liberalization of recreational...

FOOD & STYLE

La Bruschetta

By MICHAEL AUSHENKER | Contributing Writer Angelo Peloni opened Westwood mainstay Ristorante La Bruschetta back in 1984 in the building that, previous to its iconic Sunset...

Caffé Delfini

147 West Channel Road Santa Monica Canyon 310-459-8823 caffedelfini.com Price: $$ By GABRIELLA BOCK | Reporter The first thing I noticed when I arrived outside Caffé Delfini on an unusually warm...

Laurel Tavern

By MICHAEL AUSHENKER | Contributing Writer With locations in Studio City and Hermosa Beach, and a third coming to Dallas, Laurel Tavern has asserted itself as...

The Belvedere at the Peninsula Beverly Hills

9882 Santa Monica Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA 90212 310-975-2736 beverlyhills.peninsula.com Price: $$$$ By MICHAEL AUSHENKER | Contributing Writer At the Peninsula Beverly Hills, The Belvedere’s Executive Chef David Codney puts on...
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