Category archives for: News

Temple Beth El’s former director admits to embezzlement

Eric S. Levine pleaded guilty to using the synagogue’s bank accounts and credit card for vacations, home furnishings and entertainment over nearly six years.

Justice department defends Soledad Cross

Mt. Soledad Cross. File

The government agrees the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals was wrong when it ruled the cross was unconstitutional.

Ethics commission levies $80,000 fine against La Jolla luxury auto dealership owner

Marc Chase conceded hat he conspired with a Mexican businessman and others to make several illegal campaign contributions.

In case you missed it! Lunar eclipse photographed by Pearl Preis

Lunar Eclipse of April 14, 2014. By Pearl Preis

This awe-inspiring photo chronicling the stages of the lunar eclipse Monday night (April 14) was captured by photographer Pearl Preis from 11 p.m. to 12:15 a.m. over La Jolla. Wow.

UCSD’s Osher Institute to mark 40th anniversary at dinner gala

Osher-Lifelong-Learning-Institute-UCSD

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UC San Diego will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a by-invitation dinner Wednesday, April 30 in the Great Hall at UCSD’s International Center.

La Jolla’s Friends of Coast Walk trail seek help with projects

Friends of Coast Walk founders Brenda Fake and Linda Fisler (foreground) point out planned improvements.

In keeping with the tradition of La Jolla residents rallying together to get things done, the Friends of Coast Walk are looking for new members to help preserve, restore and enhance the Coast Walk Trail.

UTC residents ask SANDAG to reassess trolley alignment

SANDAG Jacobs Roberts 1

Proposed track location moved away from Mormon temple but closer to condo complex

Paleoclimatologist to discuss his work at La Jolla’s Birch Aquarium

Paleoclimatologist Jeff Severinghaus

Drilling down thousands of feet into the ancient ice preserved on Earth’s massive continental ice sheets allows scientists to extract a wealth of information about climate history — including periods both much colder and considerably warmer than today.

Ten more Pertussis cases reported in San Diego, one in La Jolla

Ten new cases were reported this week, including a 3-year-old at La Jolla Presbyterian Church Preschool in La Jolla, the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) announced Wednesday, and others may have been exposed.

For una bella casa, visit Bellini’s Antique Italia

Bellini’s Antique Italia in Solana Beach offers a blend of 18th century Italian antiques to mid-century modern and contemporary decor, including mirrors, candelabras, chandeliers, statues, Italian frescoes and Tuscan pottery.

Bellini’s Antique Italia in the Solana Beach Design District showcases elegant antique furniture and decorative accessories for all rooms of the home, including living room, dining room, kitchen and bedroom.

La Jolla Community Calendar

Facebook

Bottom Buttons 1

Bottom Buttons 2

Bottom Buttons 3

Bottom Buttons 4

Bottom Buttons 5

Bottom Buttons 6

RSS North Coastal News