Dogs in all shapes, sizes and ages paraded into the La Jolla Community Center Aug. 1 where they competed in categories for kudos and prizes at the inaugural Precious Pooch contest. Some 100 pet owners attended the event, which included vendors for dog toys, services and accessories.
This tranquil street, with its array of notable architecture, boutique shops, offices and cozy eateries, is worth another look.
As the La Jolla Woman’s Club prepares for its centennial in the historic Irving Gill building at 7791 Draper Ave. in October, club members are planning the next 100 years, and the many ways they can honor its mission and core values, while addressing contemporary needs.
Between her stint as acting governor and birthday, La Jolla’s Assembly rep dropped by La Jolla Library.
The LJVMA will elect as many as 10 new board members during its October meeting
Property to be demolished and redeveloped as townhomes
Syd Franklin retired in 1991 from Muirlands Junior High (the same year it transitioned to a middle school with sixth grade) after teaching for about 40 years. You will often see him on Girard Avenue, either on a bench in front of Warwick’s Books or sitting in his white Mercedes Benz in downtown La Jolla. He was an inspiring, classy teacher who everyone loved.
Theo & the Zydeco Patrol brought Louisiana blues and Cajun sounds to hundreds of happy locals and tourists for La Jolla Concerts by the Sea at Scripps Park.
USPS did not report New Deal Art to the National Museum of American Art, per USPS policy, when it sold 10 historic post offices.
The first phase of the $25-30 million multi-phase project will begin January 2015.