May 26, 2020
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About 30 tired-looking, worn-out benches along La Jolla’s main streets will get some TLC in coming weeks as part of an Enhance La Jolla project to spruce up The Village.
A new cookbook designed to help restaurants struggling with coronavirus-related closures includes two recipes from La Jolla’s Nine-Ten restaurant, 910 Prospect St., at the Grande Colonial Hotel.
Whisknladle, a popular La Jolla restaurant that closed March 16 because of government mandates that shut down eateries’ dine-in service to help stem the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, is staying closed for good, even as other local restaurants prepare to reopen dine-in service.
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The perennial graduation gift written by the famed La Jolla author has added resonance this year due to shuttered celebrations and diminished job prospects.
La Jolla native Tanya Lichtenstein has authored her first book, “Cosmic Botany,” which teaches readers “how you can work with plants and crystal energy to create certain vibes in your life.”
A shortened version of the annual event will be held in August, but much of the three-week festival’s 2020 programming will be moved to next year.
With a history steeped in friendship and honey, La Jolla Lutheran Church began as a modest organization on May 20, 1945, and marked its 75th anniversary with a special online service over the weekend.
A bunch of birds did a messy number — No. 2, to be exact — on the La Jolla Cove walkway after the area was closed to the public in March because of the coronavirus.
La Jolla’s spectacular scenery and village atmosphere provide a lot of opportunities for great photos.
To stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic, some La Jolla entrepreneurs are making the one thing everyone in San Diego County needs to go out in public: face coverings.
The work, which debuted in 2019 at Long Beach Opera, features Donald Trump (or rather an opera singer portraying Trump, circa 1989).
Although the sun is shining and the weather is getting warmer, the signature spring and summer events that bring thousands to La Jolla look very different this year.
As businesses considered nonessential during the coronavirus pandemic continue mandated closures, many are exhausting all means to keep providing their services to the community and stay open.
A La Jolla senior-living community brought live music to its residents to help lessen their feelings of isolation during shelter-in-place mandates.
The Light presents this continuing series of online activities to undertake on your smart phone, computer or tablet during your quarantine quandary.
A couple of customers presented local restaurant owner Bosheng (Bob) Gu with a huge tip, and it showed him the value of community.
Without Walls veterans will debut sheltering-in-place theater productions beginning in May. If any theater series was ideally suited for the current quarantine, it’s La Jolla Playhouse’s Without Walls (WOW).