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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
String of new stores opens at Westfield UTC

Westfield UTC presses forward with new store and restaurant openings as part its $600-million second phase of development. Starting Thursday, shoppers at Westfield UTC will be greeted with slightly less of a construction zone and more shopping, eating and lounging options.

Photo Exclusive: First Look at LaChanze, Ariana DeBose and Storm...

Due to popular demand, La Jolla Playhouse announces another week-long extension for its world premiere of SUMMER: The Donna Summer Musical, featuring songs by Donna Summer , Giorgio Moroder and others; book by Robert Cary , Colman Domingo and Playhouse Director Emeritus Des McAnuff ; with direction by Des McAnuff ;choreography by Sergio Trujillo ; and musical direction by Ron Melrose .

Lyric Stage presents 'Hold These Truths' Dec. 1 to 31

Theatrical magic will be created by the use of three kurogos , "invisible" stage manipulators/dancers in the Kabuki theatrical tradition. Hold These Truths is the true story of Gordon Hirabayashi, the American son of Japanese immigrants, who resisted internment during World War II, a policy which continues to be cited and debated today.

Hearing for woman in La Jolla Rec Center theft

A woman accused of stealing more than $65,000 from the La Jolla Park and Recreation Inc. could be ordered to stand trial. Prosecutors allege former board president Cindy Greatrex wrote out checks from the La Jolla Recreation Center that were payable to herself.

STAGES Teams with EdTA to Bring JumpStart Theatre to St. Louis Schools

With a commitment to preserving and advancing the art form of Musical Theatre through performance and education, STAGES St. Louis has announced its partnership with the Educational Theatre Association , the nation's preeminent organization dedicated to enriching lives through performing arts education and home of the International Thespian Society. The EdTA in collaboration with iTheatrics and Music Theatre International created JumpStart Theatre, a three-year program that builds sustainable musical theatre programs in middle schools where none previously existed.

Insight recaps GraphPad

Insight Venture Partners has recapitalized La Jolla, California-based GraphPad Software Inc, a provider of data analysis, statistics and graphing software solutions for scientific research applications. No financial terms were disclosed.

'Profound gratitude for your service': Veterans honored with tributes around county

Jan Magot was sitting atop Mt. Soledad on a sunny Saturday afternoon with hundreds of others, as she does every Veterans Day, to honor the memory of her Marine Corps husband who fought 50 years ago in Vietnam and later was awarded a Purple Heart for his heroism.

Patricia Ward Kelly talks amazing, influential life of late husband Gene Kelly

Gene Kelly has had us all singing in the rain for the last half-century, and even after his death in 1996 he's still celebrated as one of the most creative and influential minds in show business. Like the memories of his life's work and accomplishments, the tributes to his career and character never stop.

NSF awards $2.8 million grant to develop advanced ocean and atmosphere simulator

First-of-its-kind simulator will replicate a range of ocean conditions and generate gale-force winds in controlled setting Can Earth's complex ocean-atmosphere system be mimicked in a laboratory? The National Science Foundation has awarded $2.8 million to the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla, California, to construct just such a replica. The new Scripps Ocean Atmosphere Research Simulator will accurately duplicate ocean conditions, capturing the interactions of wind, waves, microbial marine life and chemistry in a laboratory setting.

Meal Program at La Jolla Church Ended Due to Hep. A Outbreak

A program at a La Jolla Church which feeds dozens of the homeless community once a week has been abruptly canceled partly due to the Hepatitis A outbreak in San Diego County. A representative for Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Church said they served meals to about 150 homeless people every Tuesday night.

World Premieres by Robert Askins, Will Power & Lindsey Ferrentino...

La Jolla Playhouse announces three world premieres and one west coast premiere for its 2018/2019 season, including: The Squirrels, by Tony Award nominee Robert Askins , directed by Playhouse Artistic Director and 2017 Tony Award winner Christopher Ashley ; Seize the King, by Will Power , directed by Playhouse Associate Artistic Director Jaime Castaeda; The Year to Come, by Lindsey Ferrentino and queens, by Martyna Majok . Two additional productions for the 2018/2019 season will be announced shortly, including a world-premiere musical to be directed by Christopher Ashley .

Scripps Health Announces $2.6 Billion Development Project

The $2.6 billion project announced Tuesday will include seismic retrofitting of existing buildings and replacing an entire acute care building at Scripps Mercy Hospital in Hillcrest. This announcement by Scripps Health is the latest development in San Diego's growing healthcare industry.

New Donna Summer Musical Starts Tonight at La Jolla Playhouse

La Jolla Playhouse presents the world-premiere production of SUMMER: The Donna Summer Musical, featuring book by Colman Domingo , Robert Cary and Playhouse Director Emeritus Des McAnuff ; directed by Des McAnuff ; choreographed by Olivier Award winner Sergio Trujillo , with musical supervision by Ron Melrose . The production runs in the Mandell Weiss Theatre tonight, November 7, through December 17. Tickets are available by calling Playhouse Patron Services at 550-1010 or online at .

Medical tourism program launches

Civic leader and philanthropist Malin Burnham donated $100,000 to kick off a campaign to medical tourism. In the heart of San Diego's biomedical community, in a tourist-friendly setting overlooking the Pacific Ocean, civic leaders officially kicked off a program to attract wealthy patients and their families.

AIA|LA honors winners for 2017 Design Awards, Next LA, and COTE competitions

The AIA Los Angeles' yearly Design Awards honor architectural excellence, locally based architects and designers, and their contributions to the L.A. region. The 2017 cycle was no less competitive, attracting top-notch talent from the local architecture and design community.

Scientists find chemical that gave rise to life on Earth

The chemical that gave rise to life on Earth: Scientists identify the 'Fairy Godmother' compound that was crucial for the development of the first cell-based entities In studies, they showed that nucleotides, amino acids and lipids could all be phosphorylated by the chemical in early Earth conditions The team has identified a 'Fairy Godmother' compound that may have been a crucial factor for the assembly of three key ingredients in early life forms. The findings are a key part of an ongoing effort to find plausible routes for the epic journey from basic chemicals to cell-based life forms.

Baby born on side of road after SUV crash

A pregnant woman gave birth on the side of a La Jolla-area road Monday morning after her husband crashed as they rushed to the hospital. The single-vehicle crash happened just before 3 a.m. on Genesee Avenue near the southbound Interstate 5 offramp.

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