Hot time in the ol’ town for Haute Nights

September 15, 2012. © Nancee E. LewisLa Jolla by the Sea ended its summer series Haute La Jolla Nights on Saturday, September 15, 2012 in style and with pizazz as the streets were lined with pedestrians taking in the sites and sounds of live bands, art gallery special events and retail shopping deals and displays. Artist Jesse James Reno works on a mural at the La Jolla Contemporary Art Gallery. Reno, has been referred to as the greatest living graffiti artist of today. Photography by Nancee E. Lewis. All Rights Reserved.

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Despite the record-setting heat of Saturday, Sept. 15, La Jolla Village Merchants Association ended its inaugural summer series “Haute La Jolla Nights,” with style and pizzazz. The Village streets were lined with pedestrians taking in the sights and sounds of live bands, special art gallery events, and retail shopping deals and displays.

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