Lifestyle

  • La Jollan recounts 1,600-mile walk to survive cancer

    La Jollan recounts 1,600-mile walk to survive cancer

    For La Jolla resident Edie Littlefield Sundby, who was diagnosed with gallbladder cancer and given a three-month life expectancy 10 years ago, “battling Stage 4 cancer is like fighting a war.” Her book “The Mission Walker,” an account of her experiences from the time she was diagnosed with cancer...

  • Hawaiian singer/songwriter draws crowd to Duke’s in La Jolla

    Hawaiian singer/songwriter draws crowd to Duke’s in La Jolla

    On a sunny Sunday afternoon July 2, while tourists and locals were strolling along Prospect Street, streams of others were heading for the upstairs bar at Duke’s La Jolla to catch a 3 p.m. performance by Henry Kapono, an Oahu-based singer/songwriter who has been making award-winning music since...

  • LET’S REVIEW! Photos of Africa, stylish glass work captivate at La Jolla Art Association show

    LET’S REVIEW! Photos of Africa, stylish glass work captivate at La Jolla Art Association show

    The new show at the La Jolla Art Association (LJAA) gallery combines the painting-like photography of Lisa Ross’ “Imaging The World: Africa North/South” with the Dale Chihuly-influenced glass work of Dick Ditore — and is an absolute gem. It’s probably the finest exhibition at the gallery in a long...

  • LET’S REVIEW! Excellent execution of ‘At This Evening’s Performance’ at North Coast Rep

    LET’S REVIEW! Excellent execution of ‘At This Evening’s Performance’ at North Coast Rep

    Watching a play within a play can be complicated, but that’s not the case with Nagle Jackson’s “At This Evening’s Performance,” directed by Andrew Barnicle and onstage at the North Coast Repertory Theatre until Aug. 6. When the fun begins in this comedy, a lively cast of seven actors are traveling...

  • LET’S REVIEW! MCASD party mixes art, music, performance and cocktails

    Museum: A building in which objects of historical, scientific, artistic or cultural interest are stored and exhibited, as “the Museum of Modern Art.” —oxforddictionaries.com These days, it’s not enough for a museum to be a storage house and art showroom. To assure its continued existence, it needs...

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