The La Jolla Beach Travelodge is hitting the road. The good news is that the motel — operating since 1958 at 6750 La Jolla Blvd. — won’t be replaced by another McMansion. It will be upgraded to a luxury boutique hotel, called The Shoal, with no major exterior modifications.
Strewn around John Purlia's La Jolla home are toy robots, old Lego pieces and finger-puppet nuns. It’s a stage set for a mom to come out and yell at her kid to put his things away. But Purlia is 57. He lives alone. He is an artist, and toys are his tools.
Every summer from 1953 through 1971, the FBI was headquartered in La Jolla for two weeks, and sometimes longer, inside J. Edgar Hoover's busy room at the Hotel Del Charro.
Irene Chandler is bubbly, optimistic and socially unrestrained. She is active in the La Jolla Villagers, La Jolla Republican Women’s Club and Club Altura and volunteers at Scripps Polster Breast Care Center every Friday morning. Jim Shultz is quiet, reserved and a little on the nerdy side. When...
Construction contractor Tom Grunow convened a charrette at the La Jolla Rec Center from May 22-24. Its purpose was to guide architects toward the best possible renderings for a renovation of La Jolla's cultural zone, including a 100-vehicle parking garage underneath the Rec Center playground.
The parking garage that construction contractor Tom Grunow would like to build underneath the playground at the La Jolla Rec Center earned its first sort-of vote from the La Jolla Traffic & Transportation Board (LJT&T) board at its May 16 meeting at the Rec Center. The motion’s original wording...
In La Jolla Light's 2018 Election Guide, we present the candidates for California's State Assembly in the 78th District and for County Board of Supervisors in the 4th District via a brief rundown of each candidate and their responses to three questions.
In La Jolla Light's 2018 Election Guide, we present the candidates for California's 52nd Congressional Distric, the State Assembly in the 78th District and for County Board of Supervisors in the 4th District via a brief rundown of each candidate and their responses to three questions.