Aug. 19, 2019
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Hidden inside the other slope of Torrey Pines Mesa — the one facing away from the ocean — is the most lushly situated, rurally isolated house in La Jolla.
La Jolla architecture nominated for Orchids & Onions awards Nine La Jolla structures were nominated for Orchid awards by the San Diego Architectural Foundation (SDAF) for its 43rd annual Orchids & Onions program.
At a picnic along the Thames in 1862, Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (better known by the pseudonym Lewis Carroll) began telling a story to entertain young Lorina, Edith and Alice — the three daughters of his friend, an Oxford dean.
Residents fighting the proliferation of so-called “stuck trucks” on Torrey Pines Road won a victory this month, when La Jolla Community Planning Association (LJCPA) Hillside Drive ad hoc committee chair Diane Kane announced those drivers can now be ticketed.
PEOPLE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD: Newly appointed Osher Lifelong Learning Institute vice president Bonnie McKean of La Jolla has come a long way in the last two years.
PEOPLE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD: 2019 and 2020 will be busy years for the La Jolla Woman’s Club and its president Tona Macken.
Looking over the waters at La Jolla Cove a recent muggy day, San Diego Council of Divers president Joel Tracey spots several unknowing swimmers and snorkelers in potentially hazardous situations.
The 73rd annual Las Patronas Jewel Ball, “Wonderland,” took place Aug. 3, 2019 at the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club.
BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT: Hall Private Wealth Advisors (HPWA), a boutique wealth-management practice, has reached record asset levels recently, through new clientele and higher-than-industry-average new asset growth.
A tribute to the Del Mar races, La Jolla Woman’s Club hosted the “Summer Night with the Ladies!
On July 16, 2019, hundreds of people came together in Presidio Park, a stone’s throw from the Junipero Serra Museum, to celebrate the 250th anniversary of San Diego and by default “where California began,” as part of “San Diego 250,” a community initiative to create historical and educational opportunities to reflect on the City’s history.
KITCHEN SHRINK: Maybe I’m getting a little cranky as summer’s heat and humidity set in, but some things are really riling me up these days in the culinary world.
To start his interactive art-viewing lecture at Little Bench Art Center, critic, author, historian and Point Loma Nazarene University art professor James Daichendt turned the audience’s attention to a sculpture of a dog.
KITCHEN SHRINK: A dear friend entertaining out-of-town guests for a summer soiree sought out some recipes from my repertoire for safely and elegantly feeding her lactose-intolerant, gluten-sensitive, nut-allergic and vegetarian crew that wouldn’t knock her off her feet to prepare, and might also be served cold.
Accompanying the La Jolla Historical Society’s “History in Motion: Devices & Wizardry in Early Cinema” exhibit, “Movies by Moonlight” is a short film festival with live music by curator Scott Paulson’s Teeny Tiny Pit Orchestra, 8 p.m.
With a history dating back to 1968, the La Jolla Music Society (LJMS) has operated from several venues during the last half century, including Athenaeum Music & Arts Library and the recently demolished Sherwood Auditorium, eliminated during the renovations at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego’s La Jolla campus.
KITCHEN SHRINK: Recovering from a one-week binge on butter, cream, croissants and crepes; the soccer family, accompanied by this lucky food writer, waddled the way from Bordeaux to carb paradise.
Artists from the La Jolla area will showcase their work at ArtWalk @ Liberty Station, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
After a recently concluded nationwide search, La Jolla Symphony & Chorus (LJS&C) has appointed Stephanie Weaver, D.M.A., its next executive director.
Newly published author Jamie Tyrone had a book-signing at Warwick’s bookstore in La Jolla on July 14, 2019 to showcase her tome, “Fighting for My Life: How to Thrive in the Shadow of Alzheimer’s,” published by HarperCollins Publishers.
La Jolla Music Society has a lot going on this season, and its SummerFest — an annual event since 1986 — has a new music director, Inon Barnatan, who is infusing the popular festival with energy and excitement.