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By Michael Edlen, Coldwell Banker Residential BrokerageSpecial to the Palisades News There are many myths about selling a home.  Here are five of the most common and pervasive beliefs. 1. THIS IS A STRONG “SELLER’S MARKET” AND PRICES ARE STILL INCREASING IN ALL AREAS. Contrary to some news...

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Healthy Quick Bites on the Westside

By Keldine Hull  With an endless supply of sunshine, hiking trails, and beaches, California is easily one of the healthiest states in the country. From kombucha and kale, to matcha tea and acai bowls, the Golden State is at the forefront of nearly every health trend known to human-kind. To keep up...

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Learn about Tatianna Lee, an actress, model, disability lifestyle blogger and an inspiring example of how obstacles can be turned into opportunities in this video made possible by Paul Pekar (http://www.pekarellis.com/).

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Submitted by Los Angeles Police Department Lead Officer Michael Moore Stolen Vehicle 1000 Hartzell Street, between 3/23/19 at 5:30 p.m. and 3/24/19 at 8:30 a.m. The suspect took victim’s vehicle from a driveway. 600 Amalfi Drive, between 3/24/19 at 9:30 p.m. and 3/25/19 at 1 a.m. The suspect took...

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By Chad Winthrop  A wet rainy winter brought mud to the Santa Monica mountains, eroding many trails and while the rain brought greenery and flowers, that in turn attracted many a hiker. Los Leones, one of the more heavily trafficked trails in Los Angeles, got especially worked by the combination of...

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Paul J. Coleman, Jr., NASA veteran, decorated space scientist, and UCLA professor passed away on April 6th.  Coleman, who enjoyed a long, distinguished career in space exploration and research including important roles in the early days of NASA’s space program, was 87.  Coleman was born in 1932...

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Westside Today News Show April 12: watch and win $100 and learn about * Legal street food in LA and Santa Monica * Regulations for Uber and Lyft? * Supebloom, watercolors and wine Show made possible by Palisades Surgical Arts.

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Pali Spring Break Staycation

By Melanie Williams-Galuten School’s out! No plans?  No worries!  Pacific Palisades just happens to be one of the most spectacular places on the planet brimming with fun things to do. The upcoming wondrous weather guarantees a perfect ‘staycation’. Hey, even if you DO have plans to travel...

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Disaster Preparedness in the Palisades

Earthquakes and tsunamis on the Westside.  By Sam Catanzaro Last month coastal cities throughout the state took part in California’s Tsunami Preparedness Week (March 25 – 29). While much of Pacific Palisades is perched safely above sea level, areas in Santa Monica Canyon and houses along...

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By Sam Catanzaro  From San Diego and Los Angeles to Santa Barbara and San Franciso, major cities are commonplace along much of California’s coast. Amid the hustle and bustle of these metropolises, it is easy to forget the nature that exists in many residents’ backyards. Last month in Malibu,...

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Edify TV: Westside Congestion Fee

A congestion fee to enter the Westside? A new study explores the possibility of the idea to reduce traffic. Learn more in this video made possible by Beeplanet.

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Dolphin boys 17-1 on season By Chad Winthrop  Halfway through their season, the Pacific Palisades High School Dolphins tennis team have not a lost a match against teams from California.  With a 17-1 record, the boys, led by coach Bud Kling, have only dropped one match: a tight 4-3 game versus...

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By Melanie Williams-Galuten Homeless, living in a car, taking care of two siblings, a young woman beats the odds and gets accepted at USC. A poor foster kid gets into Harvard and pulls himself out of poverty. A transgender youth overcomes overwhelming adversity in ‘the system’ to pursue big...

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Definition of smoking to include vapor and cannabis By Sam Catanzaro  The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors recently voted to update County regulations to address  “threats to public health” posed by vaping and marijuana. In a motion passed March 20, county lawmakers updated the legal...

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Edify TV: Westside Today News Show April 5

Westside Today News Show April 5: watch and win $100 and learn about * Paid Parental Leave for Los Angeles? * No more vaping on county beaches * $4 congestion fee to enter the WestsideShow made possible by Michael Edlen Real Estate.

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President Trump on Westside, Expect Major Traffic

Expect delays all afternoon By Sam Catanzaro Traffic during rush hour on Fridays is always bad in Los Angeles, but today commuters will be driving especially slow as President Donald Trump will be in West Los Angeles, Santa Monica and Beverly Hills Friday afternoon, causing many street closures...

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Spring Garden Tour Invites us to Spend More Time with Nature

By Staff Writer Embark on this year’s Pacific Palisades Spring Garden Tour, and discover beautiful gardens throughout Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica and Brentwood. This self-driving tour is set for Sunday, April 14 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. and features five private residence gardens, a condominium...

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18 Weeks Paid Leave for L.A. Parents

City council approves 18 weeks of leave for employees in Los Angeles. By Sam Catanzaro In 1970, 30 percent of women with children under the age of five participated in the labor force in the United States, according to the Pew Research Center. Today, this percentage has doubled, with more than 60...

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Edify TV: Google and the Westside Pavillion

Westside Pavillion, once the most popular mall in Los Angeles, will soon be home to Google. Find out more about this tech giant’s plans to transform the space in this video made possible by Campbell Wellman Properties.

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Recent Pali Crimes

Submitted by Michael Moore LAPD Senior Lead Officer Stolen Vehicle 1500 Lachman Lane, between 3/22/19 at 7:30 p.m. and 3/23/19 at 11 a.m. The suspect took the victim’s vehicle from the street. 600 Jacon Way, between 3/21/19 at 9:30 p.m. and 3/22/19 at 8 a.m. The suspect took the victim’s vehicle...

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