Corey Levitan

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  • COWORK-AROUND: Office-sharing gets a La Jolla foothold

    COWORK-AROUND: Office-sharing gets a La Jolla foothold

    Two coworking offices have set up shop in The Village, attracting tenants unhappy with either the traditional commercial real-estate model, or with trying to conduct business at home or in coffee shops.Coworking refers to a common office — including conference rooms, staff and equipment — shared...

  • BRAIN WAVE: La Jolla High surfer narrowly dodges death

    BRAIN WAVE: La Jolla High surfer narrowly dodges death

    Chuck Davey was shooting photos of his son surfing when he noticed something weird. The board’s fiberglass tip was jutting out of the back of his head. Later that day, Mick Davey underwent life-saving brain surgery to remove the shard of fiberglass that punctured the vein it now held together.

  • Clocking cars on ‘Torrey Pines Freeway’ in La Jolla: Narrower lanes, mid-point stop, might slow speeders

    Clocking cars on ‘Torrey Pines Freeway’ in La Jolla: Narrower lanes, mid-point stop, might slow speeders

    Pottery Canyon homeowner Bill Allen recently contacted the Light to report motorists speeding down the hill at Torrey Pines Road at upward of 70 mph. The speed limit is 45 mph, although 40 is posted for the curves that constitute much of the stretch. “I don’t even know how the people in those condos...

  • LA JOLLA NEWS NUGGETS

    LA JOLLA NEWS NUGGETS

    Falkiewicz wins La Jolla Half Marathon The La Jolla Half Marathon, an annual 13-mile run from the Del Mar Fairgrounds to The Cove, which doubles as a fundraiser for the Kiwanis Club, was won on Sunday, April 22, by Andrew Falkiewicz. The 29-year-old Coronado High graduate beat all comers by more...

  • Complaining-room only at permitters meeting

    Complaining-room only at permitters meeting

    It was complaining-room only at the La Jolla Development Permit Review Committee (DPR) meeting on April 17 at the Rec Center, where angry neighbors outnumbered committee members two-to-one and not one of three Coastal Development Permit (CDP) applications was approved. A clear winner emerged in...

  • CHORAL FIXATION: La Jolla band rocks a choir

    CHORAL FIXATION: La Jolla band rocks a choir

    On most Monday evenings, in a ranch house overlooking I-5 atop Mount Soledad, church is held in the garage. But they’re singing classic-rock songs, not spirituals. And the reverend is Jewish.

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