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About: la jolla, california

Located just 12 miles north of San Diego, La Jolla is considered one of the wealthiest cities in America. In 2008, the home prices in the area were the highest in the country, with the average home selling for $1.842 million. Three sides of the city are surrounded by beaches and ocean bluffs. Native Americans called this location “land of holes,” which may have referred to caves on the north facing beach. It’s also nicknamed the "Jewel City" in reference to the Spanish translation of the city name, "La Joya," which means "the jewel."

Population: 42808
Local Newspapers: San Diego Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Padres San Diego Chargers
Local Colleges: University of California - San Diego National University

Zip Codes associated with la jolla, california: 92037
Towns/Cities near la jolla, california : Hermosa Bay Ho North Clairemont Sorrento Torrey Pines

La-Jolla News
Hundred Days Announced as La Jolla Playhouse's Final Production of 2018/19 Season

La Jolla Playhouse announces Hundred Days, book by The Bengsons and Sarah Gancher , music and lyrics by The Bengsons , directed by Anne Kauffman , and movement direction by Sonya Tayeh , as the final production of its 2018/2019 season, to run September 22 - October 21 in the Playhouse's Mandell Weiss Forum. Dubbed "a luminous musical memoir" and a Critic's Pick by The New York Times, Hundred Days is an exhilarating and heartrending autobiographical piece, written and performed by husband-and-wife team Abigail and Shaun Bengson , about embracing uncertainty, taking a leap, and loving as if you only had a hundred days to live.

Elusive Blue Whale Behavior Revealed by Their Songs

By analyzing thousands of calls from more than 100 whales over 14 years, scientists are learning how these secretive beasts spend their time. The biggest animal to ever live is also the loudest, and it likes to sing at sunset, babble into the night, talk quietly with those nearby, and shout to colleagues 60 miles away.

Painkiller may disrupt sex hormones, placing unborn babies at risk

Use of the painkiller acetaminophen during pregnancy may cause harmful sex hormone abnormalities, according to a study led by San Diego researchers. The study adds to concerns about the drug, sold under the brand name Tylenol.

Truffles and Beer: Secrets of a truffle master for Valentine's Day

Cynthia from North Park Brewing and Andrea Davis from "Andrea's Truffles" share why you should cheer with beer this Valentine's Day. For over five years, Andrea's mission has been to create the finest, best-tasting truffles made from quality ingredients collaborating with San Diego chefs, breweries, and local stores.

Body found off coast ID'd as missing musician

A body found in the water off the coast of La Jolla Sunday morning was identified as a man who was reported missing after falling from Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach in late January. At around 7:30 a.m. Sunday, passengers on a boat off the coast of the Children's Pool reported seeing a body floating in the water .

Conatus to host conference call next week on "cured" HCV patients with residual liver fibrosis

Conatus Pharmaceuticals will host a conference call on Tuesday, February 20 at 12 noon ET with liver disease expert Dr. Paul Pockros of the Scripps Clinic in La Jolla, CA. He will be discussing the unmet medical need in HCV patients who have achieved virologic cure but still have residual liver fibrosis or cirrhosis.

Man's body found off the coast of La Jolla

People on a private boat found the unidentified corpse floating in the water about 2.5 miles from Children's Pool about 7:30 a.m., San Diego Fire-Rescue spokeswoman Monica Munoz said.

Body Found Floating in Waters Near La Jolla Children's Pool

A man's body was found floating nearly three miles off the coast of La Jolla Sunday morning, San Diego lifeguards said. Boaters in the waters about 2.5 miles from the La Jolla Children's Pool shoreline discovered the body at about 7:30 a.m. and called San Diego Fire-Rescue Lifeguards, according to SDFD spokesperson Monica Munoz.

New owner restoring historic Blade building

Jesus Flores replaces broken window panes in the old Blade-Tribune newspaper building built in 1936 on Seagaze Drive in Oceanside. Jesus Flores replaces broken window panes in the old Blade-Tribune newspaper building built in 1936 on Seagaze Drive in Oceanside.

Tritons Score Early and Often in 17-7 WWPA Win Against Cal State East Bay

In its first Western Water Polo Association match of the season, the 15th-ranked University of California San Diego scored 16 goals over the first three quarters to roll to a 17-7 victory against Cal State East Bay Friday afternoon at Canyonview Aquatic Center. The Tritons exploded for six goals in the opening quarter and added five more in each of the second and third quarters.

UC San Diego grad Paloma Young

Before Saturday's matinee performance of the La Jolla Playhouse-bred "Peter and the Starcatcher" on Broadway, I had a nice backstage chat and tour with the very accommodating Paloma Young, the UCSD grad and North County native who is Tony-nominated for designing the show's costumes. Here's a quick video peek at her work on the play, and her thoughts on what went into it.

Tax increase of $900 million to fund affordable housing in San Diego moves one step closer to ballot

A proposed $900 million bond measure to build low-income housing got one step closer to the November ballot this week when a San Diego City Council committee voted 4-1 to have city staff further evaluate it. The proposal would raise taxes on city of San Diego property owners an average of $72 per year to pay for roughly 7,500 subsidized apartments for the chronically homeless, veterans, senior citizens, the disabled and low-income families.

Residents seek answers for environmental impacts of 264-unit project

The draft environmental review for a four-story apartment project that will be built on San Diego Unified School District land in Scripps Ranch has been released, and residents are not happy with it. "We gave them a list of questions and concerns and they never responded," said Summer Spencer on February 5. "We looked at the draft [environmental impact report] and it is identical to the plan they presented when this started."

Kura Oncology (KURA) Upgraded by Zacks Investment Research to Hold

According to Zacks, "Kura Oncology, Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company. The company is involved in the discovery and development of therapeutics for the treatment of tumors and blood cancers.

UC San Diego-Harvard group reports shift in awareness from chopra well-being program

A new study by Paul J. Mills, PhD and colleagues has shown that an intensive 6-day Ayurveda-based mind-body program led to a significant and sustained increase in self-awareness, with related mental and physical health benefits. The mind-body intervention was compared to a control group of individuals at the same retreat center who did not experience the therapeutic regime.

Package Nexus Now Offers Refrigerated Smart Lockers

Package Nexus, the pioneer of Smart Lockers 2.0 introduced refrigerated lockers to keep groceries fresh. Future of online grocery shopping has arrived.

Protect the neglected half of our blue planet

Maintaining momentum is crucial as nations build a treaty to safeguard the high seas, argue Glen Wright, Julien Rochette, Kristina M. Gjerde and Lisa A. Levin. Lisa A. Levin is distinguished professor of biological oceanography at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California, USA.

Trial begins for a man charged in toddler's death

Opening statements began Monday in the trial of an Alpine man charged with killing his girlfriend's 18-month-old daughter. 28-year-old Wiliey Foster Jr. was dating the mother of Leah Brown-Meza when the girl died in 2016.

29-year-old driver fatally injured in suspected DUI crash in Carlsbad

A suspected drunk driver was fatally injured when he crashed his pickup and was thrown from the truck near Calavera Trails in Carlsbad, police said today. The 29-year-old San Diego resident was apparently speeding east on Carlsbad Village Drive when he ran a red light at College Boulevard a little before 10:15 p.m. Sunday, Carlsbad police Sgt.

Endeavor Bank becomes first new San Diego bank in a decade

Endeavor Bank CEO Dan Yates , right, and Endeavor's President Steve Sefton are long-time local bankers. Endeavor Bank, which launched last week, is headed by several veterans of San Diego's once robust banking scene.

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