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Nicoleta Palmer has opened Brow Philosphy on Via de la Paz.
Photo: Lesly Hall

Brow Philosophy Opens on Via

By Laurel Busby Staff Writer Growing up, Nicoleta Palmer’s traditional Romanian mother told her not to mess with her eyebrows. “She said, ‘If you ever touch your eyebrows, you cannot come home,’” said Palmer, who was intrigued by the beauty tricks of older girls. So, ...
Palisades Crime: School Library Burglary, Stolen Gun and Jewelry

Palisades Crime: School Library Burglary, Stolen Gun and Jewelry

  The following Aug. 22, 2016 crime report was supplied by LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore of the West L.A. Division. Arrests do not indicate a conviction. GRAND THEFT AUTO  900 Iliff St, btwn 8/5/16 at 10 PM and 8/6/16 at 10 AM. The suspect took victim’s vehic...

Palisades News Letters to the Editor: Mansionization, Temescal Bike Lane

Let’s Work Together on Rezoning The “mansionization” discussions began around a decade ago. It started with objections to loss of privacy and sunlight when larger homes were being built next to smaller ones. “Lot line to lot line” construction had not been seen before. ...

Heard About Town

Task for Mobility Deputy It’s nice that Councilman Bonin has a mobility deputy. Maybe she could help the L.A. City Metro buses work out a schedule with the Big Blue Bus so people could travel to Wilshire in Beverly Hills from Pacific Palisades without having to make long walks ...

Palisades Cares Backpack Drive Seeks Donations

Palisades Cares is sponsoring a backpack and school-supplies drive for School on Wheels, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that provides tutoring services and school supplies to thousands of homeless K-12 students in six Southern California counties. Donated supplies will be taken to the Schoo...
The filmmakers who won two major awards included (left to right) Tessa and Chloe Smigla, Rose Morris and Anna Cooper. Not pictured: Becca Whitaker and Kira Prudente

Paul Revere School Students’ ‘Street Performers’ Wins Awards

By Sue Pascoe Editor Most visitors walking along Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade have seen the guy painted silver and dressed entirely in silver. He remains motionless like a statue before finally moving in slow, deliberate gestures. The spectacle is so unusual that paren...