Malnourishment, climate change, poverty, human rights, youth and education—shining light on these important issues to raise awareness and find solutions is the force behind Creative Visions, a Malibu nonprofit dedicated to igniting the spark of creative activism through media and the arts.
David Tishbi Jewelry celebrated their Pacific Palisades Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting event. David Tishbi is an internationally recognized, award-winning jewelry designer and entrepreneur known for his unique mixed-metal “hand-hammered” jewelry and his outstanding spinner ring collections.
Support local theatre at Theatre Palisades’ production of Arthur Miller’s “The Price,” which runs through Feb. 18. Nominated for two Tony awards in 1968, “The Price” explores the humanity of two brothers who meet after many years to dispose of their dead parents' property. Their confrontation leads them to examine the events and qualities of their very different lives and…
Combining his impressive legal background, knowledge of politics and knack for storytelling into a second accidental career as a writer of legal thrillers, Pacific Palisades resident Ron Barak published his first novel, The Amendment Killer, last November.
With the Federal Reserve Board executing on their promise to raise interest rates, the old axiom “when rates rise, bond prices fall” puts investors in a precarious situation. The question, “Should I retain bonds in the portfolio or sell them because they’ll lose value?” has merit and highlights a reasonable concern that follows the right train of thought. However, while…
Do you sometimes feel like you are always putting yourself last on your own list? Well, I’m right there with you. There are some people who put themselves first in everything they do and only think for themselves first. Some may think this is selfish, while others see it as a form of self-love.
As a nonprofit organization dedicated to showcasing local art, the Pacific Palisades Art Association features art demonstrations, guest speakers and judged group shows, as well as member solo shows at the public library and local women's club.