Sep. 26, 2020

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The La Jolla Light presents this continuing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet during your quarantine quandary.

The Young Actors Workshop has been helping students find their voice through theater for half a century, and its founder and other participants are gearing up to celebrate.

Like every performing arts organization, the La Jolla-based Bodhi Tree Concerts series has had to get creative amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

La Jolla’s spectacular scenery and village atmosphere provide a lot of opportunities for great photos.

The La Jolla Light presents this continuing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet during your quarantine quandary.

This Month in History is a recurring feature in the La Jolla Light highlighting local happenings from yesteryear.

La Jolla man offers a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of taggers who targeted him.

Daxton Gutekunst, a 15-year-old sophomore at The Bishop’s School in La Jolla, is working to ensure that his nonprofit, Kid by Kid, continues to provide tutoring services to those who need it most, despite the coronavirus pandemic.

For most people, the view of San Diego during the coronavirus pandemic has been their house, a grocery store and maybe an outdoor restaurant.

The La Jolla Light presents this continuing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet during your quarantine quandary.

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Business Spotlight: For La Jollans Carol and Jonathan Goldwasser, eating healthy isn’t just a lifestyle, it’s a business model that enables them to share their passions with the community.

Several La Jolla institutions and figures will participate in the inaugural San Diego Design Week, scheduled for Sept. 9-13.

Netflix to screen La Jolla Playhouse’s ‘Diana’ Hot on the heels of Disney+ screening the musical “Hamilton,” Netflix is following suit with a production that got its start at the La Jolla Playhouse: “Diana: A True Musical Story.”

Finding itself between “a rock and a hard place,” the La Jolla Planned District Ordinance Committee continued Aug. 10 to try to hash out what differentiates a mural from an advertising sign.

Using Minnesota limestone, metal strips and a chain, artist Nasser Pirasteh expresses his outrage through art.

The Light presents this continuing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet during your quarantine quandary.

The La Jolla Planned District Ordinance Committee, as part of its ongoing task of reviewing public displays for whether they are murals or marketing, formed a subcommittee to come up with guidelines for future installations.

Despite the title, “Journeys with Jimmy Carter and Other Adventures in Media,” by La Jolla resident Barry Jagoda is not just about our 39th president.

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