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  • Gen/Metroplex jet noise update for La Jolla

    Gen/Metroplex jet noise update for La Jolla

    Guest Commentary / Opinion: We have been reporting on the Federal Aviation Administration 's (FAA) NextGen Metroplex rollout and the resulting flight path and procedure impact studies commissioned by the San Diego Regional Airport Authority (SDCRAA) and the FAA. This is the latest update. Aug....

  • La Jolla's 'Steel Goddess' artist Faiya Fredman reigns at Oceanside Art Museum

    La Jolla's 'Steel Goddess' artist Faiya Fredman reigns at Oceanside Art Museum

    LET'S REVIEW: At age 93, La Jolla artist Faiya Fredman well deserves being called the matriarch of San Diego's contemporary art scene, which is how Mark-Elliott Lugo, who curated her new exhibition at Oceanside Museum of Art, refers to her. The show, titled "The Steel Goddess," features 70 of her...

  • La Jolla Shores bids farewell to Barbarella restaurant's Barbara Beltaire and greets new owners

    La Jolla Shores bids farewell to Barbarella restaurant's Barbara Beltaire and greets new owners

    With floor-to-ceiling decorations — and festivities spilling onto the sidewalk — the official hand-off of Barbarella restaurant at 2171 Avenida de la Playa in La Jolla Shores was celebrated in true Barbara Beltaire fashion, Sunday, Sept. 16. Outgoing owner Beltaire announced last month she would...

  • Alphabet Soup: 14 La Jolla organizations guide community life

    Alphabet Soup: 14 La Jolla organizations guide community life

    As a service to readers, La Jolla Light has compiled a guide to the numerous, "alphabet soup" acronyms for La Jolla's 14 organizations that help guide community life. 1) La Jolla Town Council (LJTC) • Purpose: Having served the residents and businesses of La Jolla for more than 50 years, LJTC is...

  • Young La Jolla tennis player off to Texas tournament

    Young La Jolla tennis player off to Texas tournament

    By all other accounts, La Jolla Elementary School third-grader Jake Weiss is just like any other 8-year-old — barely able to resist spinning in a swivel chair, having a few new teeth growing in and enjoying boundless energy. But this 8-year-old is shaping up to be one of the top young tennis players...

  • La Jolla Light Crime and Public-Safety News: Sept. 20

    La Jolla Light Crime and Public-Safety News: Sept. 20

    Car break-ins up in The Shores At the Sept. 12 La Jolla Shores Association meeting, San Diego Police Community Relations Officer (CRO) Larry Hesselgesser and San Diego Fire & Rescue Marine Safety Lt. Rich Stropky were on hand to update the board on safety issues pertaining to the area. Hesselgesser...

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