New businesses coming to La Jolla
Here’s the latest on new businesses in La Jolla:
• Naturale Hair Blows, an all natural and organic blow dry bar, recently opened at 7932 Ivanhoe Ave. The salon offers a professional blowout using all natural products for a flat fee, regardless of hair length and serves organic teas and beverages — in 30 minutes.
The blow dry salon also offers a full range of beauty services including up-dos, make-up, organic hair treatments and day after touch-ups.
Co-owner Marla Ariza’s is a cosmetologist and her husband grew up in La Jolla. The salon is open seven days a week. Go to naturalehairblows.com.
• knoodle, a full-service public relations and advertising agency with offices in San Diego and Phoenix, has merged with Cory Falter Creative and moved to a new office in La Jolla. The partnership adds key new personnel and an exciting list of new clients to knoodle’s San Diego office. In addition, the agency has relocated to a new office located in La Jolla.
Cory Falter is a partner and creative director; David Flake is regional manager for knoodle’s San Diego office. Sean Clanton is the newest addition to the agency.
• Scott White Contemporary Art has leased 3, 047 square feet of space at 7655 Girard Ave., Ste. A. Featuring modern and contemporary artists, it will be sole location for the gallery, which first opened in 1991 at 939 Kalmia St. The Little Italy gallery will be closing. Go to scottwhiteart.com.
n Summer Elizabeth Enterprises Boutique is moving to 1025 Prospect St. from its former location in the International Shops at 1237 Prospect. St. Go to summerelizabeth.com/.
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- Kudos to La Jolla’s Racket Stringing Workshop
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