Recent La Jolla transplant Jim Owens doesn’t like the word “exercise” — he prefers the word “movement.”
“It’s been a good life,” La Jolla Shores resident Linda Olson said of the one she’s built with the help of her husband after surviving an accident 41 years ago that left her a triple amputee.
At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of us dusted off our cookbooks and started experimenting in the kitchen.
In just a few months, La Jolla teenager Elisabeth Holm has seen her nonprofit Sisterhood of Native American Coders grow immensely in her effort to encourage girls of indigenous heritage to learn about coding.
Watching the unveiling of the Women’s Rights Pioneers Monument in New York’s Central Park from a small screen almost 3,000 miles away may not have been what La Jolla residents Myriam Miedzian and Gary Ferdman had in mind seven years ago when they set out to get a statue built recognizing women in history.
With many people dealing with fear and anxiety amid the coronavirus pandemic, Elena Mosaner said several of her clients have been inquiring about “reinventing themselves.”