The La Jolla Kiwanis Foundation’s 32nd La Jolla Half Marathon and La Jolla Shores 5K ran without a hitch on Sunday, April 28, 2013. More than 8,000 athletes participated in the day’s two races, which began at 7:30 a.m. with proceeds going to fund youth, senior and community programs of the La Jolla Kiwanis Foundation. The half marathon course started at the Del Mar Fairgrounds and traveled south along the coastline to finish in La Jolla at La Jolla Cove’s Ellen Browning Scripps Park. The 5K began on La Jolla Shores Drive near Scripps Pier and also ended at the park.
At 100 years of age, La Jolla’s Peter Fortescue is still aglow with the energy and enthusiasm that fueled his career as head of research and development at General Atomics.
La Jollan Christine Forester was honored May 4 during the San Diego County Democratic Party’s annual Roosevelt Dinner at the Hilton San Diego Resort in Mission Bay.
The La Jolla Playhouse is celebrating 24 theater award nominations, including four Tony Award nods.
Joe LaCava said the group should urge the city to protect the rest of La Jolla’s beaches from colonization by seals.
La Jolla bid farewell this week to the upscale, 20-room boutique Hotel Parisi, at the corner of Prospect Street and Herschel Avenue.
Since its inception nearly 100 years ago, the La Jolla Rec Center has been a place for youth and adults to gather, celebrate and recreate.
A starving baby sea lion was discovered a quarter mile from the beach Tuesday morning. The pup began eating as soon as rescuers arrived with fish.
The hotel’s new general manager, John Haerr, worked as a bellman at the Empress while attending La Jolla High School.
The screening is in conjunction with an exhibit Paulson curated about the 1920s-era cinema league, which is on display during May and June in the west wing of the library’s lower level.