A car crashed onto a La Jolla Tennis Club court the evening of March 2 after reportedly going down Kline Street, jumping the curb and plowing through fencing.
The business that preserves the late La Jolla author’s legacy cites racist and insensitive imagery. A local historian says the context in which they were written needs to be considered.
SDCP offers an alternative to SDG&E for purchasing power for San Diego, Chula Vista, La Mesa, Encinitas and Imperial Beach.
The La Jolla Music Society director of finance, accused of embezzling about $113,000, has been dismissed following an internal investigation, the organization said.
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With Women’s History Month coming in March, the La Jolla Light interviewed several local female science teachers about their efforts to close the gender gap in science and why that’s important.
La Jolla residents Tom and Kay Sanger are on a mission to tell the most incredible World War II story you’ve probably never heard.
“My gift is when I was chosen to come to this world and learn to give rather than take.”
The La Jolla Light presents this continuing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet during your quarantine quandary. • The Scripps Institution of Oceanography presents “Cross-Border Pollution: Discussing the Tijuana River Valley Crisis and Future Vision” at 6 p.m.
Local artist Alison Haley Paul’s face might not be a familiar fixture in La Jolla, but her paintings are.
Winning entries in a writing contest will be preserved as a record of the COVID-19 experience here.
The La Jolla Light presents this continuing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet during your quarantine quandary. • The Yiddish Arts and Academics Association of North America presents “Not Your Usual Intensive Spring Yiddish Language and Culture Program” beginning 8 a.m.
A La Jolla-based marketing firm and production studio has created a series of web-based videos on a variety of health topics.
The nonprofit arts organization’s digital season will include new online performances by Wynton Marsalis, Joffrey Ballet, Alisa Weilerstein, Sonia De Los Santos and more.
The La Jolla Light presents this continuing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet during your quarantine quandary. • San Diego Oasis offers virtual classes for older adults, including “The Heart as a Symbol of Love: A History” at 11 a.m.
La Jolla gains another centenarian next week in Lucienne Guillemin, who will celebrate with cake and wine, surrounded by those she loves after a century of travel and music.
Couples at local senior living facilities run the gamut from just-met to married for decades.
Rishi Deka, a UC San Diego postdoctoral researcher in radiation medicine and an award-winning photojournalist, has taken to creating what he calls “psychedelic abstract photography” in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
A new mural is adding its “visual lexicon” to The Village, and its creator hopes it will offer La Jolla viewers something “playful and light.”
While the COVID-19 pandemic ushered in a new era of screen time — Zoom teleconferencing, more Netflix than anyone thought possible and FaceTime as a way to socialize — it also seems to have brought out a lot of authors and other creatives in our own backyard.
Two local women have embarked on a La Jolla-based nonprofit organization aimed at helping struggling artists turn their creativity into full-time work.
When she creates her spirituality- and nature-inspired pieces of art, La Jolla High School graduate and muralist Melanie Atesalp likes to draw from the immediate environment.
Recent La Jolla transplant Jim Owens doesn’t like the word “exercise” — he prefers the word “movement.”
The stage at the La Jolla Music Society’s Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center will transform Saturday, Nov. 7, with the livestream-only world-premiere performance of “Metamorphosis” from Grammy Award-winning group Third Coast Percussion and Movement Art Is.
Mays co-wrote and will play all the roles in the filmed adaptation of the Charles Dickens holiday classic.
Business Spotlight: La Jolla resident Andrew Melone thinks he has a recipe for a home-cooked meal that can’t be topped: fresh ingredients artfully assembled and ready to go from American Pizza Mfg., the “family-focused pizza and pasta concept” he opened in July at 7402 La Jolla Blvd.
For La Jollans Doreen Schonbrun and Phyllis Epstein, advocating for the arts in education isn’t a job, it’s a passion.