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The lounge will have its own small-plates menu, specialty cocktails and a two-hour dining experience requiring a minimum food and beverage purchase of $100 per person.
The late U.S. Supreme Court justice left an environmental legacy that M. Margaret McKeown describes in her first book for a general audience.
By parking a new immersive exhibit in La Jolla, artist Jean Lowe hopes to drive home an entertaining experience for viewers.
The La Jolla Light presents this continuing listing of online activities and local in-person events. • The 41st annual Sanford Burnham Prebys Symposium, “Organelle Biology in Health and Disease,” will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Children’s School in La Jolla is celebrating a half-century of empowering students as agents of their own education.
As La Jolla High School marks its first century, alumni from several decades look back at their time there.
The La Jolla Traffic & Transportation Board voted unanimously to support stop signs for Drury Lane on both sides of Pearl Street at its Sept. 21 meeting.
With new restaurant Paradisaea opening Sunday, Sept. 25, in Bird Rock, the La Jolla Traffic & Transportation Board opposed a request to convert two parking spaces just outside the restaurant to a valet zone.
Business Spotlight: Building on four generations in construction, GDC Construction Inc. in La Jolla has added to its services to “take care of the community,” said company President Pancho Dewhurst.
The La Jolla Light presents this continuing listing of online activities and local in-person events. • The Walter Munk Foundation for the Oceans will offer a presentation at The Map of the Grand Canyons of La Jolla at 2 p.m.
The La Jolla Cove 10-Mile Relay is expecting the largest group of swimmers in its two-decade history when it races back into town on Sunday, Sept. 25.
Now that summer is turning to fall and most tourists have departed, La Jollans can again have more space to take in the scenery around town.