Teacher Kristi Nelson’s first-grade class at Bird Rock Elementary performs one act of community outreach per month. Recently, the students were thanked, via Skype, by the state school superintendent for North Carolina for donating supplies to schools flooded by Hurricane Florence in September.
The polls were busier on Tuesday than they had been in previous mid-term elections — at least according to poll workers at La Jolla’s All Hallows Catholic Church and La Jolla Christian Fellowship. Each polling place reported about 70 voters from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m., which workers seemed pleased with...
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies reported that its fifth open house, Explore Salk, drew a record 2,102 visitors to the world-renown research campus in La Jolla on Saturday, Oct. 27. The free event featured hands-on experiments and virtual-reality stations.
Your three-year-old has a cold. She gets over it. You know the drill. Except that this time, something different occurs — something unimaginably horrifying. Within 24 hours, a facial droop begins, accompanied by difficulty walking and then, possibly, with swallowing and holding the head upright.
Nearly 2,500 people jammed University City’s Congregation Beth Israel on Monday evening, Oct. 29, to express outrage and grief at the deadliest attack on the Jewish people in U.S. history — the slaughter of 11 innocent Sabbath worshippers at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Temple two days earlier.
A maverick few dozen La Jollans — those with larger houses and income streams — pour dozens of hours of hard and dirty work and hundreds of dollars a month into food they’re proud to grow themselves.
When the San Diego City Council voted on Oct. 22 to rescind the ordinance it passed on July 16 that limited short-term vacation rentals (STVR), many were surprised to find only one Council member (District 2’s Lorie Zapf) opposing the measure instead of two. Zapf and District 1 Council member Barbara...
After the Black Dahlia and Sharon Tate, she’s Hollywood’s most famous tragic cult figure. The tale of Peg Entwistle serves as the quintessential anti-Hollywood success story, a warning beacon about the dark reality of seeking stardom. But half of what people think they know about Peg is wrong.