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Wise & Healthy Aging’s Fall Prevention Program Starts at Palisades Library

Wise & Healthy Aging is sponsoring an eight-week series on “A Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns about Falls.” The fall prevention program is for anyone who is worried about falls; anyone interested in improving balance, flexibility and strength; and anyone who has fall...
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LAPD: Beware of Car Cleaning Scam Duo in Pacific Palisades

The following information was supplied on Oct. 12 by LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore of the West LA Division and posted to our Facebook page: A homeowner has reported a scam artist working in Pacific Palisades neighborhoods. On Oct. 9, a person going by the name of Frankie...
The Red Flames defeated the Raiders at a flag football game on October 7 at Simon Meadow. Parent Angelica Hernandez reported that the team ranges in age from 7 to 10 years old. The team includes girls and some kids who have never played before. Her son Mattias is grabbing the flag of his opponent and sister Maya is ready in case he misses.

Photo: Palisades-Malibu YMCA Flag Football Underway

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Volunteers Sought for Palisades Village Green Work Day

Volunteers Sought for Palisades Village Green Work Day

A Village Green “spruce up” is held from 9 to 11 a.m. on the third Saturday of every month at the triangular park located between Sunset Boulevard, Swarthmore Avenue and Antioch Street. Residents who have never volunteered before are welcome to join the “regular” Village ...
Wells Fargo Financial Advisor Dean Catalano (far right) and guest with members of the championship polo team. Photo: Bart Bartholomew

Wells Fargo Wins Palisades Chamber Polo Tourney

Wells Fargo Private Bank won the 25th Annual Pacific Palisades Chamber of Commerce Polo Tournament on Oct. 8 at Will Rogers State Historic Park. The defending champions defeated the Pacific Palisades Lions Club, 7-4, to start another winning streak. Wells Fargo won the competitio...
Left to right: Palisades Elementary students Akshay Vishwanath, Hayden Fouquet, Joaquin Rothenberg and Sawyer Karish thoroughly enjoyed themselves at the school’s annual Yee Haw Day. Photo: Lesly Hall Photography

Photo: Pali Elementary School’s Yee Haw Day Sparks Fun

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Dining With Grace: Tivoli Cafe

By Grace Hiney My friend and I recently enjoyed another dinner treat at Tivoli Café, located in the center of the Palisades. The interior setting is delightful at any hour as it is filled with charming pictures, a handsome array of wines and even a view of the kitchen and chefs ...
Diego Rivera, Dance in Tehuantepec, 1935. Courtesy Collection of LACMA, from the Milton W. Lipper Estate

Anita Brenner Shared Mexican Culture with U.S.

By Libby Motika Palisades News Contributor A woman who invigorated a renaissance, celebrated a revolution and interpreted a culture, Anita Brenner is worth knowing. “Another Promised Land: Anita Brenner’s Mexico” fits neatly into the Pacific Standard Time’s focus on Latin...
Members of the Lunch Club (left to right) Alan Eisenstock, Arnie Wishnick and Bob Vickrey (far right) meet Madeo owner Gianni Vietina, who will manage the Palisades restaurant. Photo: Barry Stein

Palisades Lunch Club Explores Caruso-Bound Madeo

By Bob Vickrey Special to the Palisades News Our monthly lunch club decided to check out Madeo Italian Restaurant in West Hollywood after we learned that our town will have its own branch of the famous trattoria when Caruso’s Palisades Village opens in 2018. Madeo is known as o...