Sep. 22, 2019
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The sea was eerily calm on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019 as Jeff Koch paddleboarded up to the cave that’s been in the news for requiring emergency repair work, for shutting down Coast Boulevard, and for posing the risk of a catastrophic cave-in.
“At the Homework Help table, one must be prepared for anything,” opines La Jolla Library volunteer Marty Ries.
Uber announced Sept. 12 that it’s pulling nearly all of its Jump branded e-bikes and scooters out of San Diego, based on frustrations over the City’s new regulations governing dockless mobility devices.
After voting to OK a shortlist of dockless- scooter corral locations earlier this summer, the La Jolla Community Planning Association (LJCPA) is taking a step back, announcing its support for a full-stop moratorium on dockless scooters and accompanying corrals.
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Although those in attendance at the new Safe, Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative (SHNI) meeting Sept. 4 in the La Jolla Library were seeking local solutions to the homelessness they’ve observed in their neighborhoods, they were met instead with broader City- and County-wide resources that address the varied facets of this very complex issue.
Sitting at the Brick & Bell coffee shop in La Jolla Shores on Sept. 4 with local residents Sandra Munson and Tim Johnson as they catch up over iced teas, one would never know that just three weeks prior, the two were undergoing surgery so Munson could donate a kidney to Johnson.
Some may argue that The Village has its fair share of health, wellness and fitness facilities, but the new ones coming into town insist they have unique offerings that will help them stand out.
Vikings from the La Jolla High School’s Class of 1979 gathered at La Jolla Country Club for their 40-year reunion on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019.
The 24th annual Symphony at Salk gala, Aug. 24, 2019 was an unforgettable night of music featuring Broadway hits performed by Tony Award-winner Laura Benanti, accompanied by the San Diego Symphony under the direction of guest conductor Michael Krajewski.
In preparing for his installation as the 12th person to helm The Bishop’s School in La Jolla, educator and history buff Ron Kim said he researched the life of the school’s benefactress, Ellen Browning Scripps, and found an unlikely connection in her life with that of former U.S.
The 26th annual “Surfing for a Cure” Luau & Legends of Surfing Invitational took place Aug. 18, 2019 near Scripps Pier to raise research funds for the Moores Cancer Center at UC San Diego Health.
PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: People flocked to San Diego’s beaches, including La Jolla Shores , during Labor Day weekend as temperatures soared in the region.
Just over a year after the Bandera Street view access was reopened for public use, the City is proposing a six-foot fence along the bluff edge for safety.
If Timken Museum of Art executive director Megan Pogue proves anything, it’s that the path to leadership is far from a straight line.
Dinner Theater Enter the mysterious and mind-bending world of “The Twilight Zone” when La Jolla High School presents its dinner theater, 6 p.m.
KITCHEN SHRINK: The other day when I opened my patio door, I heard the susurrus of wings that startled me.
Since 2011, La Jolla Playhouse has been wowing audiences with their biennial Without Walls (WOW) Festival, a grand-scale event that has featured performances in cars, bars, basements and the great outdoors — anywhere but inside their usual theater spaces.
KITCHEN SHRINK: The other day at the market, a fellow shopper pointed to a deep orangey pink-fleshed fish resting on a bed of crushed ice, and asked the fishmonger for one pound.
KITCHEN SHRINK: For almost 18 years, I’ve delighted in helping readers and “fans” with their assorted culinary crises — everything from how to feed ornery in-laws, migraine sufferers, and those with gluten sensitivities to entertaining on a shoestring, preparing heart-healthy indulgences for the holidays, and warding off assorted viruses.
• Warwick’s books hosts Academy Award-winning actor Sean Penn discussing his new novel, “Bob Honey Sings Jimmy Crack Corn,” 7:30 p.m.
The La Jolla High School Theater Booster Club had its “opening night” at a private home in La Jolla on Aug. 25 to celebrate its formal launch.