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La Jolla youth lacrosse league to hold tryouts Feb. 2

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Lacrosse is one of the fastest-growing sports in the United States. In 2012, the La Jolla Lacrosse Club saw its numbers grow from 80 to more than 140 elementary and middle school players (grades 1-8). Registration for Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013 tryouts is required by Jan. 31.

House of Week; 1842 Viking Way

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Incredible La Jolla Shores Location Quiet street just 1 block from beach access. Completely gated with charm and ambience of an Old World Villa. Updated and impeccably maintained. Mostly single level with ocean views from master with a huge viewing deck. 4BR with 4 ensuite private baths + powder room. Ideal floor plan for entertaining [...]

Big Brothers Big Sisters honors Padres Chairman Ron Fowler as 2012 ‘Person of the Year’ at La Jolla event

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Big Brothers Big Sisters’ 50th annual Gourmet Dinner in La Jolla helped raise $600,000 for its youth-mentoring program and honored its 2012 “Person of the Year,” Ron Fowler, CEO of Liquid Investments Inc. and chairman of the San Diego Padres.

City offers Christmas tree recycling in La Jolla

The City of San Diego will provide residents with the opportunity to recycle their Christmas trees with two drop-off sites in La Jolla.

La Jolla Morgan Stanley broker named to Barron’s Top 100 Financial Advisors list

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For the third year in a row, Robert Inbody, a managing director with Morgan Stanley in La Jolla, was named to the list of Barron’s Top 100 financial advisors in the nation. Inbody, a Del Mar resident, is the only broker in San Diego County to achieve this honor.

Art museums in La Jolla and San Diego launch collaborative ‘Behold, America!’

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Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego in La Jolla celebrates the opening of a three-museum exhibition, “Behold, America!” — a grand collaboration with American works from the collections of MCASD, San Diego Museum of Art, and Timken Museum.

Life after C Street: Mayor Sanders’ go-to gal ready for some La Jolla leisure time

Julie Dubick winds down her days in the mayor's office.

“ It’s really important to remember that you represent everybody — even the views you don’t agree with. ” — Julie Dubick, Chief of staff to Mayor Jerry Sanders

La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club readies for National Over 40 Hard Court Championships

A player practices for a 2011 match at La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club. (Courtesy Photo)

La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club will host the 40th annual United States Tennis Association’s National Over 40 Hard Court Tennis Championships, Nov. 26-Dec. 2 for men and women, plus father/son and grandfather/grandson doubles.

La Jolla dentist John Taddey uses latest techniques for long-term results

Dr. John Taddey, DDS, and Dr. Tracy Taddey, DDS, operate a father-and-daughter practice in La Jolla. (Courtesy Photo)

Dr. John Taddey, DDS, opened his La Jolla dental office in 1974 and continues to practice family cosmetic dentistry there, alongside his daughter/partner, Tracy Taddey, DDS, and his daughter, Kristin, who is one of his three hygienists. With some 30 years in business, Taddey has fond memories of the generations of patients he’s served. He said he finds it exciting to work with his daughters, using new dental technologies.

$30K still needed for Christmas parade; registration for contingents closes Friday, Nov. 2

Parade committee chair and La Jolla Town Council board member Ann Kerr Bache displays a promotional poster for the parade, which includes a 1984 photograph from the La Jolla Historical Society. It shows the of the Cameron Highlanders Band contingent, which was sponsored by La Jolla Music Company. Pat Sherman

The lack of county and other usual parade funding has made donating to this year’s event crucial, organizers say.

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