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Let Inga Tell You

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  • Let Inga Tell You: An Explosive Tale

    Let Inga Tell You: An Explosive Tale

    LET INGA TELL YOU: All right, our home can now officially be certified as weird. I've written about this phenomenon before: the phantom street light in front of our house that both SDG&E and the City claim does not exist. (You can only imagine what it takes to take a burnt-out non-existent street...

Kitchen Shrink

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  • Kitchen Shrink: Cock-a-Doodle-Doo! It's the Year of the Rooster

    Kitchen Shrink: Cock-a-Doodle-Doo! It's the Year of the Rooster

    KITCHEN SHRINK: Mr. Zodiac Rooster swoops down on Monkey's head and crows a cock-a-doodle-doo to herald the Chinese New Year — the new moon of the first day of the first lunar month that bears his name. The rooster, a polygamous male chicken, roosts over his many hens and their nests to guard against...

Frontline Cancer

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  • Frontline Cancer: It is time to better understand pre-cancer

    FRONTLINE CANCER: Although the war is far from won, modern medicine knows a lot more these days about how to fight cancer. Our weapons are more numerous and more precise, from laser surgeries to proton beam radiation to new drugs like checkpoint inhibitors that boost the immune system's own remarkable...

Natural La Jolla

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  • Natural La Jolla: It's a new year and a new migration season!

    Natural La Jolla: It's a new year and a new migration season!

    NATURAL LA JOLLA: Spending an afternoon in La Jolla at the seaside just watching for wildlife can give you some calm after a hectic holiday season. Many of the animals in our area are gearing up for migrations, breeding seasons and spring. January is when we start to see southbound gray whales...

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