After a three-decade Emmy Award-winning career as a TV producer and director, Palisadian David Eagle took action in pursuit of a more eco-friendly society by creating Current EV—an auto broker and concierge service exclusively for electric and hybrid motor vehicles.
Palisadian Mom Releases Second Book in ‘Little Luke’ Series
Palisadian mother Robin Afrasiabi recently published “Little Luke and the Littlest Labradoodle,” the second installment of her early age chapter book series.
Palisadian Turns Office Lingo into Clothing with New Brand
After months of working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Highlands resident Aysegul Conboy was inspired to create Out of Office, a clothing brand with a satirical spin on the vernacular commonly used in emails and office settings.
Work by Palisadian Artist to be Displayed in Smithsonian Renwick Gallery
The Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum recently acquired two pieces by Palisadian artist John Beaver to display during the museum’s 50th anniversary showcase in May 2022.
Palisadian Teens Create All-Purpose Handyman Service for Local Residents
Hunter Hammarberg and Sam Pass, two 17-year-old Palisadians and Palisades Charter High School seniors, recently embarked on a business endeavor that not only gives them the opportunity to gain entrepreneurial experience, but one that also benefits the Palisades community.
Palisadian Aims to Bring ‘Soulful Selling’ to West Channel Road Through Blueview ATELIER
After garnering 26 years of experience as a jewelry buyer and exclusive fine designer with Barneys New York, Palisadian Tawnya Warren has opened a shop of her own, blueview ATELIER, on West Channel Road.
Pali High Students Get Involved in the 2020 Election
The 2020 Presidential Election included some elements of a bestselling thriller: It grabbed the attention of the audience and never let go. Palisades Charter High School students were not passive observers in this nail-biting election.
Beyond the Field
The tragic death of Palisades High soccer player Shane Thomas on Saturday, Aug. 15 was felt throughout the entire Palisades community. After practicing with his club team, FC Golden State, the 17-year-old collapsed, likely due to the heat. The practice was held at Ayala Park in Chino Hills, where temperatures reached 111 degrees. Players, coaches and parents spent an hour looking for Thomas before he was found collapsed in the outskirts of the park. When paramedics arrived, they were unable to revive him.