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Group gives La Jolla Post Office a holiday gift
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Group gives La Jolla Post Office a holiday gift

Now, four years since the community effort to save the La Jolla Post Office Building at 1140 Wall St., the building and its landscaping are looking pretty tired. Heeding the call to preserve historically-designated sites, the Landmark Group of La Jolla Historical Society (LJHS) decided to do something...

  • Plans to spruce up Black's Lookout introduced

    Plans to spruce up Black's Lookout introduced

    Although the sweeping view of the ocean and glimpses of cliffs up the coast of La Jolla from Black’s Lookout is gorgeous and serene, some residents feel the overlook itself is less than dazzling. A project to re-vegetate and spruce it up was introduced at the Nov. 28 La Jolla Parks & Beaches (LJP&B)...

  • Doug Manchester builds private golf holes in Country Club area

    Doug Manchester builds private golf holes in Country Club area

    When real estate mogul “Papa” Doug Manchester bought the Copley Estate known as “Foxhill” at 7007 Country Club Drive for $17 million in 2015, he also acquired the adjacent unimproved 25 acres known as “The Reserve,” which came with a development permit for two single-family houses to be built under...

  • Salk Institute president and Nobel prize winner discusses her life in science

    Salk Institute president and Nobel prize winner discusses her life in science

    La Jolla Woman’s Club concluded its 2016 Women in Leadership speaker series Nov. 30 with a visit from Salk Institute president and Nobel Prize winner Elizabeth Blackburn. About 100 guests filled the Woman’s Club at 7791 Draper Ave. to hear Blackburn discuss the importance of curiosity to her field,...

  • 'Two Guys' art show coming to the library: Public reception slated for Dec. 11

    'Two Guys' art show coming to the library: Public reception slated for Dec. 11

    These days, longtime friends and San Diego artists Joe Nyiri and Keith Stephens are simply, two guys who paint. With careers as art teachers and a bevy of individual exhibitions under their belts, the retirees have exhibited together over the years at San Diego libraries in installments of what...

  • Planners deny request to dissolve parking district

    Planners deny request to dissolve parking district

    Although there has been no activity from the La Jolla Community Parking District since it formed in 2005, some community members are not ready to see it go. A request presented to La Jolla’s Community Planning Association (LJCPA) during its Dec. 1 meeting to dissolve the Parking District was denied. ...

  • Change for the Better: Kiwanis Clubs make fundraiser improvements in 2016

    Change for the Better: Kiwanis Clubs make fundraiser improvements in 2016

    When La Jolla’s two Kiwanis Club chapters raise money for charity, they do it in a big way. Signature events that draw thousands of people and raise thousands of dollars a year for each chapter include the La Jolla Half Marathon for the La Jolla Kiwanis Club, and the San Diego Festival of the Arts...

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Bishops defeats La Jolla 49-0 in CIF quarterfinals
 

Bishops defeats La Jolla 49-0 in CIF quarterfinals

The battle for Pearl Street has a new victor — and CIF has a new contender — after The Bishops School Knights defeated the La Jolla High School Vikings 49-0 on Nov. 18, in the CIF Division 3 quarterfinals. With the victory, the undefeated (11-0 overall) Knights proceed to the CIF semi-finals to...

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