Visions Global Empowerment, a nonprofit that works to aid communities affected by poverty and conflict through education, leadership development and technology, presented “EVA Take Flight,” a luncheon and fashion show at The Marine Room restaurant in La Jolla on Oct. 6.
La Jollan and arts advocate Elizabeth Tobias is an artist herself, producing works she hopes will promote diversity and inclusion.
Molly Bowman-Styles began hanging blank cards from the trees outside her home last year for people to write messages of hope and joy as a response to the pandemic. But now she plans to keep doing it ‘as long as I can.’
For children, adults and even dogs, La Jolla has much to offer this Halloween to lift your spirits.
The San Diego Humane Society presented its 35th annual Fur Ball on Oct. 2 at the nonprofit’s headquarters on Gaines Street in San Diego.
La Jolla native Erica Barry knows the power of social media and content creation — from a recipe going viral when she was 16 to creating channels on various platforms with more than 30,000 followers.
La Jolla’s spectacular scenery and village atmosphere provide a lot of opportunities for great photos.
The La Jolla Light presents this continuing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet, as well as local in-person events. • The nonprofit Mended Hearts of San Diego presents “Diabetes and Heart Disease” at 10 a.m.
The sun beat down and a band kept the beat as about 150 art devotees gathered for a parking lot party for Murals of La Jolla on Oct. 3.