La Jolla Stories

Pits ahoy

Dogs found locked up in cabin of sailboat adrift

A pair of pitbulls were found in an otherwise unoccupied sailboat drifting off the coast of La Jolla by local lifeguards on Wednesday, January 21. The boat had been seen anchored near La Jolla Shores ...

Stop and see the flowers

Nick Thune’s last solo show before his “Very Tour! Much Comedy!” tour with Kate Berlant and Ben Kronberg hits up 13 cities on the East Coast over two weeks. Thune has recently performed on The ...

La Jolla High fights brain pain

School reassesses football program following player's concussion

On October 22 of last year, a La Jolla High football player - Vision of San Diego calls him "Blaine" - suffered a concussion after an on-field collision. What happened next has been the source ...

Prairie Style architecture in Mission Hills

First, a private tour of the exhibition China’s Lost Civilization: The Mystery of Sanxingdui, with rare objects from one of the greatest archaeological sites ever unearthed in China. Next, view Heavenly Horses: Two Thousand Years ...

Classical California gold

Notable classical music events in San Diego, January 15-16

Here’s a quick rundown of some upcoming classical music events of note. The San Diego Museum of Art is holding the first a monthly series of concerts on Thursday, January 15 at 7 p.m. The ...

Gas-price bloat

County's nine most expensive stations asked why they buck the trend

With gas prices falling every day in San Diego, averaging $2.63 a gallon on January 9 (according to gasbuddy.com), motorists may wonder why nine stations in the county seem to be bucking the declining-price trend. ...

“Experience the magic" of five bedrooms and eight baths

And the pool goes under the house!

Former Owners: Hughes & Sheila Potiker Bedrooms: 5 Baths: 8 Price: $14,500,000 Listing materials touting the oceanfront property at 9046 La Jolla Shores Lane — situated on the northern bluffs of La Jolla within a ...

Peking acrobats in Escondido

The 1915 Exposition spotlighted San Diego on a global scale for the first time in its history, and the Museum of Man is commemorating the occasion with beer tastings from craft breweries, food from local ...

Developer vs. developer, continued

La Jolla real estate guy reputedly writing book to expose Lennar Corp.

Nicolas Marsch, onetime La Jolla socialite and wealthy real estate developer, is apparently writing a book about his nemesis, Florida-based big builder Lennar Corp. Up until recently, Marsch had a website touting his purported book, ...

Juan Vargas's family funding values

Transgendered GOP candidate defeated, congressman's fundraising continues

It's time again for safely reelected House member Juan Vargas to be out shaking his big-money trees for the Democrat's annual "Torrey Pines Golf and Family Weekend." With contributions starting at $1500 for "sponsor" and ...

Different frame

Operated in Tripspace, Orpheus & Eurydice is surprising and funny.

“Tripspace”: 1. theater outside, beyond, sometimes even prior to the box; 2. slang term for “what box?” The “box,” well one of them, is the standard, stage-audience configuration of traditional theater. Actors perform a story ...

Your Week: Christmas Eve on the Bay

Top events and things to do in San Diego December 18-December 24

U.S. Army veteran Capt. Luis Carlos Montalván and his service dog “Tuesday” will discuss their memoir Until Tuesday, which portrays the bond between a man and his dog during desperate times. From 1500 to 1800, ...

Overpriced and unappealing

Bird Rock Oyster and Sushi Bar wants too much for too little

Bird Rock Sushi and Oyster and Sushi Bar took over the old Station Sushi, opening at the end of the summer. On paper, it seems like a great idea. Who doesn’t love mariscos and sushi ...

Everybody wants a seat in La Jolla

Lawsuit claims planning association president rigged election

La Jolla residents Robert Whitney and Michael Morton feel they should have had a chance to serve on the La Jolla Community Planning Association, so much so that the men are suing the city, community ...

Run Run Santa

Top events and things to do in San Diego December 11-December 17

The Grinch will be at the UC San Diego Bookstore for a story time for kids at 11 a.m. and noon on the first-floor Kid’s Corner. They will be reading Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch ...

Balboa Park will stay up late December 5 and 6

Top events and things to do in San Diego December 4-December 10

Foreign correspondent Evan Osnos will discuss his 2014 National Book Award winner Age of Ambition: Chasing Fortune, Truth, and Faith in the New China — based on eight years of living in Beijing — and ...

La Jolla's Pottery Canyon: Steep climb or slow stroll?

This destination offers both a relaxing and a challenging hike.

Pottery Canyon is a historical site that was named after the La Jolla Clay Products Company. This small company developed because a potter from Mexico found raw clay in the area and took up residence ...

Earn your turkey in O’side on Thursday morning

Top events and things to do in San Diego November 27-December-3

“Move your feet before you eat” this Thanksgiving at Oceanside’s 9th Annual 5 mile or 5K run/walk. With a costume contest, largest-teams competition, live entertainment everywhere, and finisher medals for all participants. The Headquarters at ...

A question of safety...and address

UCSD close to getting its way with the Ché Café, but the collective is resolute

UCSD pulled the trigger last week. The school went to court November 19 to obtain a writ of possession for the Ché Café, to evict the collective that has operated the café and venue for ...

Reasons to give thanks

Sampler Flight of local beer events for November 25 through December 1

November 25 | Movember Night: It’s the time of year where razors are shelved in favor of scruff, ‘staches, and Samaritanism. That’s right, possibly the easiest charity movement on the planet — Movember. All it ...

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