Maker Faire was created to celebrate the joys of inventiveness. It’s a two-day, all-ages fiesta showcasing the Maker movement, an amorphous community of tech-savvy do-it-yourselfers that has been growing wildly over the past decade. The first Maker Faire took place in the Bay Area in 2006; there are now annual faires around the world, attracting hundreds of thousands of attendees.
Bird Rock improvement projects are covered by the Maintenance Assessment District (MAD)
Stroll Bird Rock for music, art and creative activities for children, 1-4 p.m. Oct. 18
Congregational Church of La Jolla Blessing of the Animals will be 10:30 a.m. Oct. 18 1216 Cave St.
Dear grocery store bagger guys:
Could we talk? I mean, this conversation is way overdue. Here’s the problem: You guys are young and strong. I am not young, and, after having my chest broken by a drunk driver, not strong. It doesn’t matter whether I bring my own re-usable bags or you bag it in the store’s plastic ones, you guys put ALL the heaviest stuff — like both half gallons of milk AND the half gallon of juice — in the same bag. Then, instead of putting that bag in the child seat where I might have a fighting chance of wrestling it into the trunk of my car, you stash it under the child seat where I’d need a forklift to haul it out.
7234 Encelia Drive La Jolla
San Diego psychologist discusses breaking self-doubt as a key to success
Ryan Lennard and John Turnbull revived the La Jolla Youth Wrestling club, which meets Oct. 20
The pilot project will supplement the city service with an additional twice a month cleanup
100 people filled the La Jolla Rec Center to hear whether LJCPA would approve The Conrad