Two in Critical Condition After Crash | The Highlands
Two people were in critical condition after a rollover crash near the 1100 block of North Palisades Drive on Monday, March 30, near 1:30 p.m. Both were transported to a hospital.
One of the vehicles rolled over and fire crews extricated one patient from each car, according to Margaret Stewart of the Los Angeles Fire Department.
“One will be transported by air ambulance and by ground transport,” Stewart reported.
City News Service contributed to this report.
CMP Postpones May Concert | Pacific Palisades
Chamber Music Palisades has cut its 23rd season short, postponing its May 6 concert—which was slated to feature Franz Schubert, Camille Saint-Saëns, Léo Delibes and more—until next season in view of the coronavirus situation.
“We have very exciting programs planned for 2020-21, our 24th year,” the CMP Board shared in an email. “We thank you all for your ongoing support.”
For more information and updates, visit cmpalisades.org.
PPTFH Updates | Pacific Palisades
The Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness has changed its normal operations in response to the spread of coronavirus. The outreach team identified the most health-compromised individuals and advised them on how to care for themselves and where to find assistance. The outreach team has been pulled from street work until further notice.
In regards to the proposed use of the Palisades Recreation Center as a temporary homeless shelter, PPTFH reported that it did not receive advance notice from the city about the action and requested first-hand information moving forward in hopes of facilitating a good process and communication with the community.
The PPTFH Board of Directors and committee will continue working and additional updates can be found at pptfh.org.
LACO Cancels Season, Launches LACO at Home | Pacific Palisades
After canceling the remainder of its season programming, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra will present a new free, taped-for-streaming performance. The debut performance will feature Concertmaster Margaret Batjer performing a selection of Bach solo violin works, and Assistant Concertmaster Teresa Stanislav and Viola Robert Brophy, who are married, performing a Mozart violin and viola duo. It will be streamed on Thursday, April 2, and Friday, April 3, at 7:30 p.m., and subsequently available on demand.
“Even amidst the global health crisis unfolding before us, it is in music, art and beauty where we can always find light,” LACO Executive Director Ben Cadwallader said in a statement.
The LACO at Home page will continue to share regular releases of new content and musical experiences, thanks to the generosity of LACO’s artists and supporters.
For more information, visit LACO.org/laco-at-home.
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