Las Patronas Beneficiary Luncheon

Las Patronas presented much needed grant dollars to ten San Diego nonprofits at its Beneficiary Luncheon held at The Marine Room in La Jolla. This annual luncheon is a celebration of the partnership Las Patronas shares with the San Diego nonprofit community. LasPatronas.org

Hello La Jolla!

I am proud to say hello La Jolla, and welcome to the newest family member of Lifestyle Publications - La Jolla Lifestyle! Our goal is to support the La Jolla community with meaningful and entertaining content monthly, about the people, places and businesses that are active and giving back right here in La Jolla.

Friday Live Music Series at Deja Vu Audio West

Herschel's new cool spot, Deja Vu Audio West, held a live music open house for friends and neighbors. Owners Josh Turney and Victoria Vulaj hosted and La Jolla Village Merchants Association held a ribbon cutting ceremony. Deja Vu has been spreading good vibrations since opening December 2016. DejaVuAudioWest.com J.Dixx Photography

Paint Me Mendo Cow Contest Benefits Local Schools

Mendocino Farms hosted their first-ever Paint me Mendo cow contest benefiting five local elementary schools in the La Jolla/UTC area. Doyle Elementary won a $1,000 donation for their school’s arts program. Each of the four other schools (Spreckels, Torrey Pines, La Jolla and Bird Rock) won a $100 check. MendocinoFarms.com

May 2017 Around Town

The San Diego Girl Scouts partnered with Restaurant Week this year to celebrate their 100th anniversary. Local chefs celebrated a century of Girl Scouts selling cookies and Girl Scouts San Diego with innovative sweet and savory dishes! During San Diego Restaurant Week, diners satisfied cookie cravings by dining out at certain participating restaurants before Girl Scout Cookie season began, enjoying…

The Visionaries

San Diego is America's finest city for a tapestry of reasons including its incomparable beauty and close-to-constant blue skies. But what truly makes San Diego fine are the countless visionaries who live in the jewel of La Jolla. Indeed, La Jolla is home to a host of incredible people including benevolent philanthropists, writers, physicians and authors. Clearly, these visionaries make…

La Jolla Unleashed

Teddy's endearing cuddles offer warmth to countless patients recuperating at The Cove Rehabilitation Center. As a licensed therapy dog, Teddy maintains the glee of a puppy coupled with the maturity of an experienced comfort dog. It's not surprising this Canine Good Citizen also holds a framed diploma from The American Kennel Club. In fact, it hangs right next to his…

Summer Surf Report

From La Jolla and Del Mar’s shout-out in the Beach Boys’ Surfing USA to the cultivation of world-class surfers such as Brad Gerlach and Skip Frye, North County has long had a spot on the surf culture map. So it’s no surprise that the only consumer-facing surfboard manufacturing trade show in the world—the Boardroom International Surfboard Show—was founded here.

Bling: Rings & Things

May is synonymous with the emerald. Regal, refined and traditional. However there are a few other birthstones for the month of May which are a modern twist on the familiar standard. Rose Quartz, Azurite, Chrysoprase are equally exquisite, and Made in Earth sets the stones in a fashionable way that lets their beauty take center stage. At Made in Earth,…

Who Are You?

WHAT DID YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU WERE A KID? I aspired to become a cowgirl living on the prairie. When I discovered that the Indians were here first, I decided to grow up as an American Indian. Neither panned out.