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Vote of La Jolla BID group puts prickly parking issue back in the spotlight

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The association also announced a slate of 16 candidates vying to join its board of directors in October.

Mesmerizing Mural: New public artwork on Ivanhoe Avenue is first under Athenaeum auspices in La Jolla

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he Murals of La Jolla public art project received a playfully bold addition last week with the installation of “One Pointed Attention.”

UPDATED: Coastal Commission votes unanimously for beach closure at La Jolla Children’s Pool during seals pupping season

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People now prohibited from accessing beach during seals’ pupping season, Dec. 15-May 15.

Athletes welcome to La Jolla Cove’s Triathlon Challenge


Registration is underway for the San Diego Triathlon Challenge Oct. 19 at La Jolla Cove, where 200 challenged and 550 able-bodied athletes will compete in a one-mile ocean swim, 44-mile bike ride and 10-mile run to fund adaptive athletic equipment.

Just Keep Swimming: Swim-a-thon in La Jolla to raise funds for San Diego Junior Lifeguards

Participants will swim laps in relay during the Swim24 fundraiser, Aug. 30-31 at UC San Diego. Courtesy

This Labor Day weekend, more than 200 swimmers will take to the UCSD Canyonview Aquatic Complex for 24 hours of swimming during the inaugural Swim24 event, a fundraiser for the San Diego Junior Lifeguard (SDJL) Foundation.

La Jolla’s Children’s Pool Walk project short $80,000

As construction resumes on the Children’s Pool lifeguard tower — after a minor delay due to a seagull chick that was nesting there — so does fundraising for the Children’s Pool Walk beautification project.

Burns Drugs’ space in La Jolla to undergo big renovation

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Alcorn & Benton Architects were selected for the renovation and a preliminary design has been chosen.

La Jolla community planners disagree with city on trustee election challenge

LJCPA trustee Rob Whittemore, who was elected to the board in March, shares his interpretation of a letter from the city regarding a challenge to the March election.

City says La Jolla’s officially recognized planning group risks decertification with its vote.

La Jolla Music Society to name planned Fay Avenue complex the ‘Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center’

La Jolla Music Society has raised $50 million to fund the construction of a new performing arts complex, which will be named the Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center. With the year-long “silent phase” of the capital campaign completed, the Music Society is launching a public effort to raise an additional $10 million for an endowment to help support programming at the center, the society announced Saturday at its SummerFest gala.

La Jolla’s Ivanhoe Avenue: A laid-back treasure then, now … and evermore?

7925 Ivanhoe, Betty Crane Realty office, 1972

This tranquil street, with its array of notable architecture, boutique shops, offices and cozy eateries, is worth another look.

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