Internet pitfalls in real estate
Online real-estate data-bases have grown substantially within the last seven years or so. There are quite a few of these Internet sites popping up, and they seem to be popular particularly among bu...
Technology complaints through the ages
I am in the age group that decries new technology. We are not only the un-wired generation, we are now becoming the un-wireless generation.
When I had young children, I wished to be married to a pe...
Dealing with the states of grief
Dr. Elizabeth Kubler Ross wrote of the five stages of grief — denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.
She attributed these to people dealing with their own imminent deaths. The popul...
Guest view: Here comes the taxman
During the last few months of 2012, one of the hottest topics of discussion was the “fiscal cliff” — the potential doom created by a number of national financial issues all coming to a boil at the ...
‘Up’ may not be the only way to go!
I am often struck by the differences in value systems between the U.S. and the other countries I travel in. Because we can understand each other, live in similar circumstances, have more or less fa...
Letter to the editor
Watch where you draw lines
In the March 1 issue, columnist Sandy Lippe (View from 52: “What’s in a name? For UC residents, plenty,” Page 9) is wrong to say, “West of Interstate 5 is La Jolla; eas...
Letters to the Editor
Kudos for a job well done
Thank you La Jolla TODAY and Don Balch for his excellent article (“Riding monsters,” Feb. 14) and photographs. A very balanced and interesting presentation, giving credi...
Ups and downs in real estate, community
We are in trouble. The US is losing its international edge. Our treasury-bond market is no longer the No. 1 safe haven of choice when the stock market suffers from bad news in the economy.
It has ...
Taking the place of a well-loved manager
If you have just been hired to replace someone who seemed to have had no faults and was well liked and respected in the company, it may look like an impossible act to follow. But there are strategi...
On vacation with La Jolla TODAY!
A life’s journey Remember Bonnie and Krishna Arora, the La Jolla Golden Triangle Rotarians who embarked on the final leg of their 1,000-mile pilgrimage in southern France and Spain (“Finding a life...