I’m thrilled that Seven Arrows has a home at Aldersgate. We live across the street and watched this magical school handle everything so elegantly since they have been there last year and this school year. They are respectful of us neighbors and I have yet to see any traffic issues. I’m glad this property was not purchased by a hostel, Italian restaurant or being torn down by a developer.
I enjoyed the piece about members of the Palisades Family involved in the animated movie “The Addams Family 2.” BTW the producer, Gail Berman, is also a Palisadian for 30 years.
The city has just put up a slew of “No U-Turn” signs around Pali High and the El Medio Bluffs. I can’t turn around now without seeing one of these signs. (But apparently I can’t turn around.)
Where will Pacific Palisades house the homeless now that WRSB has been ruled out? We must do our part.
Just received request for money from the Palisades Library Association. The library is not open. We have a town of 28,000 people and we have no library. The fire was in October 2020. I would like to know when they think they might get their act together?
(Editor’s note: Pacific Palisades Library Association, also known as the Friends of the Palisades Library, raises money to support ongoing programming that has continued virtually through the pandemic, including the annual summer creative writing contest. The Post reached out to the Los Angeles Public Library PIO for updated information about when the Palisades branch will reopen and will publish the response when we receive it.)
Okay I am almost ashamed to admit this after reading the Post’s social media and last week’s article on Vittorio: I have worked in the Palisades for over 5 years and have not had their garlic knots. It appears I’m missing out and this must be amended immediately. I will report back after I try them.
I love reading about Pali High football’s wins. What an exciting season the team is having. Go Dolphins!
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