CF_lajolla_logo_color_printBy Pat Sherman The La Jolla Community Foundation (LJCF) will award $20,000 in grants to nonprofit groups serving La Jolla that wish to fund a project focusing on the arts and/or science.
A La Jolla resident is hoping her cookbook, a collection of recipes and advice culled from her experiences and those of friends, will help people create their own comfort food while being confined to home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The La Jolla Traffic & Transportation Board cycled through discussions of improvements to bikeways in two neighborhoods at its meeting Nov. 18, with both issues being forwarded to the La Jolla Community Planning Association.
The La Jolla Development Permit Review Committee dedicated more than an hour and a half of its Nov. 17 meeting to a discussion of building heights, spurred by a recent development project that put focus on just how confusing the current code can be to some.
Though COVID-19 has dominated health- and science-related news this year, the Nov. 17 Insights Series webinar by La Jolla’s Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute focused on work toward understanding diabetes and new ways of treating it.