Two benches have been removed from Prospect Street downtown by the manager of a store fed up with homeless people offending passersby on the sidewalk. According to the manager — who declined to be identified, photographed or directly quoted for this story for fear of reprisal — the move was a last-resort...
At the Bird Rock Community Council (BRCC) meeting on Sept. 4, La Jolla community activist Diane Kane and La Jolla Parks & Beaches president Ann Dynes solicited input for Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s three-year budget to prepare an update to the City’s Parks Master Plan, which was last updated about...
Harry Crosby is the longest current resident of La Jolla. At 83 years and counting, frankly, he may be the longest this town has ever had. But that’s not nearly Harry Crosby’s greatest distinction. It isn’t even on his list of Top 20.
As a child, Dennis Rush didn’t dream of becoming a movie star when he grew up. He WAS one. The current food and beverage manager for the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club starred in four movies and 18 TV series before his 15th birthday. James Cagney, Gene Kelly and Ron Howard were his work friends.
Melanie Kaplan, a 28 year-old graduate of La Jolla Country Day School, swam the English Channel from Great Britain to France on Aug. 22. The Channel Swimming Association posted her time for the 25-mile crossing as 13 hours, 6 minutes.
La Jollan Tamlyn Shusterman is getting ready to stage the first musical ever in the West African country of Liberia.
Approval of the Coastal Development Permit (CDP) for a new gateway to Bird Rock was practically a done deal before the Aug. 21 La Jolla Development Permit Review (DPR) committee meeting.
Rattled by the recent snake bite received by a hiker at Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve, we return to the scene in search of what, if anything, she did wrong.