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10 Questions: Blues and rock shaped musician Carlos Rodriguez, a life-long La Jollan »

La Jolla native Carlos Rodriguez, whose band Stone Horse’s album “Grit” is nominated for Best Rock Album at the 2014 San Diego Music Awards, attended Gillespie Cottage, La Jolla Elementary,…

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The Taco Stand’s Mar y Tierra (‘surf and turf’) Burrito is stuffed with grilled shrimp, carne asada, avocado, cabbage, tomato, sour cream and chipotle sauce. (Photo illustration by Daniel K. Lew and Ashley Mackin)

Burrito Bounty: La Jolla’s hand-held Mexican meals are sure to satisfy »

Is there any food better than a burrito? It’s a complete meal — protein, vegetables, fruits and carbohydrates — all wrapped into one delicious hand-held package ... or in some…

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La Jolla’s congressional rep Scott Peters shares insights as community center’s ‘distinguished speaker’ »

Scott Peters stopped by the La Jolla Community Center Aug. 26 to update guests on his legislative activities. …

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Caught on Camera: La Jolla Light reinstates its online community photo contest effective Sept. 9! »

Caught on Camera community photo contests are coming back to La Jolla Light starting Sept. 9. Each month, the Light…

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Sherri Lightner Press Conference: Petition will NOT support minimum wage increase in San Diego »

City Council District 1 Councilmember Sherri Lightner held a press conference Aug. 22 outside La Jolla Village Square to affirm…

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Free Pizza at Amici’s La Jolla Aug. 29 »

Amici’s East Coast Pizzeria will offer a free slice of pizza to anyone that stops by the 811 Prospect St.…

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10 Questions: Blues and rock shaped musician Carlos Rodriguez, a life-long La Jollan »

Carlos Rodriguez

La Jolla native Carlos Rodriguez, whose band Stone Horse’s album “Grit” is nominated for Best Rock Album at the 2014 San Diego Music Awards, attended Gillespie Cottage, La Jolla Elementary, Muirlands Junior High and La Jolla High schools. His family migrated to Pottery Canyon in…

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Soul-stirring musical memoir, ‘Pianist of Willesden Lane’ by Mona Golabek, comes to San Diego Rep Theatre »

Mona Golabek stars in ‘the Pianist of willesden Lane’ at san Diego rep theatre. Courtesy

In 2003, Mona Golabek co-wrote a book about her mother, which became the basis for a one-woman show, “The Pianist of Willesden Lane,” which premiered at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles in 2012. …

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Sexy and witty ‘Fallen Angels’ opens North Coast Rep Theatre’s Season 33 »

Summer Spiro, Rosina Reynolds (director) and Joanna Strapp rehearse for the Sept. 3 opening of ‘Fallen Angels’ at North Coast Rep Theatre.  Aaron Rumley

Prepare for an entertaining trip back to 1925 when North Coast Repertory Theatre opens its 33rd season with Noël Coward’s “Fallen Angels.”…

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Boys Volleyball: La Jolla High’s synergy leads Joe Palatella to All-CIF honors »

Palatella and Chapman apply the block against Kamehameha, Hawaii, in the Beach City invitational March 20.

Joe Palatella and Jack Chapman, hitter-blockers on the La Jolla High boys volleyball team, came together on the court and off, and clicked during the spring season, leading a senior-less Viking varsity squad to the Division I CIF Semifinals after graduating half their starting lineup…

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Girls Field Hockey: La Jolla High School coach looks back on senior leaders of resurgent team »

Recent La Jolla High graduates Kelly Collins (left), Sophie Mazur (center front) and Veronica Gonzalez (right) toe the shooting circle before defending against a penalty corner by Hilltop High in fall 2013. Ed Piper

La Jolla High school field hockey coach Paula Conway took some time to reflect on the eight senior girls who led the turnaround of a program that struggled to a 5-10-0 record in 2012, to a gleaming 16-7-1 record and a spot in the second…

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Schools Volunteers with the Eric Paredes Save A life Foundation offer free, youth heart screenings that include an EKG to identify heart abnormalities, which can put teens at risk for sudden cardiac arrest. Courtesy

Free heart screenings for teens Sept. 28 in La Jolla

In collaboration with The Bishop’s School, free heart screenings will be offered for area youth (ages 12-19) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28 at La Jolla High School, 750 Nautilus St.…

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Region Councilmember Sherri Lightner speaks in favor of the minimum wage ordinance and denounces the petitions circulating to repeal it.

Sherri Lightner Press Conference: Petition will NOT support minimum wage increase in San Diego

City Council District 1 Councilmember Sherri Lightner held a press conference Aug. 22 outside La Jolla Village Square to affirm her support for the minimum wage increase and earned sick leave ordinance. …

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Health & Science Volunteers with the Eric Paredes Save A life Foundation offer free, youth heart screenings that include an EKG to identify heart abnormalities, which can put teens at risk for sudden cardiac arrest. Courtesy

Free heart screenings for teens Sept. 28 in La Jolla

In collaboration with The Bishop’s School, free heart screenings will be offered for area youth (ages 12-19) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28 at La Jolla High School, 750 Nautilus St.…

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Business Spotlight Dr. Albert Lin.

Spotlight on local business: La Jolla Oral and Facial Surgery offers wide scope of expertise, services

For oral/facial surgeons Dr. Albert Lin and Dr. Robert Gramins, any day can require their full spectrum of specialty skills. …

Aug 29, 2014 / Read More »
Opinion Kayakers off the La Jolla Shores beach on July 12, 2014. Ashley Mackin photo

La Jolla Shores residents will meet to discuss aquatic businesses on Sept. 10

Attention La Jolla Shores residents! We all have seen the exponential growth in the past five years of kayak and related aquatic businesses here in our Shores community. Kayaks, paddle boards, snorkeling and scuba classes all…

Sep 2, 2014 / Read More »

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