Oct. 15, 2019
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If you played on the Draper Avenue courts of the La Jolla Tennis Club any time since the 1970s, odds are you know Bob Perry.
This update covers the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority’s (SDCRAA) release of its recirculated Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) on Sept. 19, 2019 which addresses the proposed $3 billion Airport Development Project (ADP) and its impact on commercial jet noise.
Before our time in La Jolla, we heard how great Burns Drugs used to be. Then we’d ask why, and the answer was always — when you walked into Burns Drugs, you met someone who knew you. They knew about your daughter and her latest bout with bronchitis. They knew about your Aunt Ida and the photos she needed developed of her daughter’s wedding. You got taken care of by your friend. The owner. A fellow La Jollan.
After garnering a nearly unanimous approval vote from La Jolla’s Development Permit Review (DPR) sub-committee in August, architect Tim Golba’s Stupin Residence project was also approved near unamity at the La Jolla Community Planning Association’s (LJCPA) Oct. 3 meeting at the Rec Center.
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When Dr. Ryan Hoffman started working at La Jolla Dentistry with Dr. Joe D’Angelo and Dr. Ashley Olson in August 2017, he knew he was exactly where he was supposed to be. Now, two years later, he is officially a partner with the practice at 1111 Torrey Pines Road, Suite 101 in La Jolla.
With the vending-in-the-park elephant in the room at the La Jolla Parks & Beaches (LJP&B) advisory group meeting Sept. 23 at the Rec Center, the board voted to deny a permit for a planned “Art in the Park” event in Scripps Park.
As promised, early Tuesday morning, clean-up crews in bright yellow vests hit Girard Avenue to begin their work — launching the La Jolla Maintenance Assessment District (MAD)’s first project in The Village.
The spookiest time of year is upon us, but this Halloween, La Jolla has a cornucopia of events to help you conquer whatever fear haunts you!
Police Blotter Sept. 15 Open container in park, 300 block Sea Lane, 5:39 p.m.
As the number of vaping-related deaths and illnesses mount — so far, 805 cases of vaping-related lung injury and 12 deaths have been reported, including two in California — health officials nationwide are imploring vapers to stop the practice.
PEOPLE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD: Many La Jollans know Charles Hartford for the financial advice he provides them as a member of Merrill Lynch’s wealth-management team.
A phone call from her daughter’s Bishop’s School volleyball coach was how the universe chose to involve La Jolla Shores Physical Therapy owner Stephanie Hoffman.
Longtime La Jollan Robert Clelland recently saw a decade-long dream through to completion when the final two military cottages he financed at Camp Pendleton’s San Onofre Beach were dedicated.
Wouldn’t it be lovely to peel off your fake warty nose or Halloween mask and have a pristine complexion underneath? Here are a few remedies to keep your skin radiant, glowing and glabrous.
Pass the Popcorn San Diego International Film Festival opens with director Martin Scorsese’s star-studded “The Irishman” 6:30 p.m.
Candace Bushnell, celebrated author of “Sex and the City,” talked about her latest book, “Is There Still Sex in the City?” Friday night, Oct. 4, 2019 at Warwick’s bookstore. A crowd of about 100 (mostly women) showed up to listen to the pragmatic author talk about life in the dating lane for women in their 50s.
Today’s butter substitutes are savvy and sophisticated, spreadable and versatile, plant-based and healthy without harmful trans fats. Here’s a run-down of choices to suit your family’s dietary restrictions.
Besides the most popular white variety, cauliflower comes in vibrant Technicolors. The lime green Broccoflower is a hybrid cross with broccoli, the orange “Cheddar,” with a rich store of beta-carotene, is a mutant strain from our neighbors to the north, while the purple curd, called “Graffiti,” with a load of deep pigmented anthocyanins found in blueberries and dark grapes, is a cool-season biennial that gives a pop of eye candy and antioxidant oomph. Of course, pale green Romanesco, which resembles a prehistoric breed with tightly packed spiky florets, although a broccoli hybrid, resembles cauliflower more in flavor and texture.
Concerts to Catch Jazz at TSRI fall series kicks off with the Gerald Clayton Quartet, 7:30 p.m.
KITCHEN SHRINK: “He who controls the spice, controls the universe.” — Frank Herbert Love it or not, sassy Pumpkin Spice has captivated our senses and taken over our food supply.
There will be some interesting East-meets-West sounds on the UC San Diego campus this fall, mixing progressive jazz with traditional South Indian music, 1960s Cambodian pop with American and British indie rock, Filipino folk music with Los Angeles electronica and hip-hop.
The San Diego Museum of Art in Balboa Park is exhibiting two special collections this fall — “Black Life: Images of Resistance and Resilience in Southern California” and “Abstract Revolution.” ——— Photographers Harry Adams (1918-1988), Charles Williams (1908-1986) and Guy Crowder (1940-2011) were prominent members of the African-American community in Southern California.