Susan DeMaggio

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  • Meet NYT food writer and win his new cookbook

    Meet NYT food writer and win his new cookbook

    New York Times “ Curious Cook “columnist and expert on the science of food and cooking, Harold McGee will be at Warwick’s Books, 7812 Girard Ave. at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 9 to promote his new book “Keys to Good Cooking: A Guide to Making the Best of Foods and Recipes.” ($35, The Penguin Press). The...

  • La Jolla Historical Society hosts its first student photo contest

    La Jolla Historical Society hosts its first student photo contest

    Attention young shutterbugs: The La Jolla Historical Society has launched a photography contest for students in kindergarten through 12 th grade. The assignment is to capture exciting images of La Jolla in the categories of Architecture, Natural Landscape, and People. The contest is intended to...

  • Radiation oncology society recognizes nurse Elizabeth Brunton for excellence

    Radiation oncology society recognizes nurse Elizabeth Brunton for excellence

    By Amy Lynne Bowes Contributor The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) selected Scripps Clinic nurse Elizabeth A. Brunton, R.N., M.S.N., O.C.N. to receive its 2010 Nurse Excellence Award. “I’m surprised and a bit chagrined,” Brunton said of the honor. “I feel that other people are more...

  • Mingei International Museum to host panel on 'History of Mexico'

    Mingei International Museum to host panel on 'History of Mexico'

    Mingei International Museum and the Mexican Consulate in San Diego will present a symposium on Mexican history from 10 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. Nov. 6 at the museum in Balboa Park. Featuring scholars from both Mexico and the U.S., the symposium is presented in celebration of the Bicentennial of Mexican...

  • Beach Bliss: Surf artist finds it’s swell at WindanSea

    Beach Bliss: Surf artist finds it’s swell at WindanSea

    By Leigh Ann Dewey Contributor He is a familiar site at Windansea Beach and throughout La Jolla. Brush to canvas, artist Glenn Chase spends his days capturing popular beach scenes that have come to mean “La Jolla” to residents and visitors alike. From building-size storefront murals to framed prints...

  • Riford Center art project is the start of something big

    Riford Center art project is the start of something big

    For the past four months, friends and members of the Riford Center have been working on a large collaborative abstract art piece — more than 50 hands have been involved in the process. This evolving work was destined to hang at the adult activities center until longtime member Elaine Leon decided...

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