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Kelly Dodd, life enrichment director at La Jolla retirement community Casa de Mañana, said her job means enlivening routines for the 200 residents there — “a lot of the fun stuff.”

Making time to reconnect with loved ones is a wish topping many lists this holiday season, so set aside the chaos this year and commit to doing more — more of what you truly enjoy, that is.

UC San Diego Athletic Director and La Jolla Rotary Club member Earl Edwards recognizes that conversations about race can be uncomfortable.

The La Jolla Light presents this continuing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet during your quarantine quandary.

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, a series of 10 laminated paper turkeys will be hidden in La Jolla in the latest scavenger hunt organized by the Village Merchants Association.

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Because gathering around a table to break bread — or conchas or naan or a crumpet — is one of the more enjoyable ways to learn about a new culture, La Jolla High School senior Lauren Nitahara has launched a series of videos for her Girl Scout Gold Award project to teach children how to cook using recipes from around the world.

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