Chosen as the No. 1 La Jolla chiropractor in “The Best of La Jolla 2012,” readers poll, Dr. Collan Koeppen, D.C. owner and operator of Active Rest Chiropractic (ARC) will present a Fitness & Beauty Expo, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 5 in the Gaines building courtyard, 7590 Fay Ave. (across from Vons).
Gem-tone fabrics, vintage pieces, contemporary furniture, limited-edition artwork and playful home accessories mark the eclectic design pieces available At-Hom in downtown San Diego and Palm Springs. Strolling through At-Hom’s spacious 5,000-square-foot showroom, buyers can see how different genres of room elements from select designers can be blended together to suit individual living spaces.
“Building green is thinking green,” said Russell Murfey, who co-owns and operates Murfey Construction with his brother Scott. Murfey Home Construction, known for its high-end custom homes, remodels and commercial projects throughout San Diego, is building with green products and technology to provide big savings for both homeowners and the environment.
While some senior citizens need the assistance of caregivers to continue living independently in their own homes, other senior citizens are seeking part-time work to supplement their retirement incomes.
The 32nd La Quinta Arts Festival, ranked the No. 1 Fine Art Festival and the No. 1 Fine Craft Festival in the nation, is set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 6-9 at La Quinta Civic Center Campus, 78495 Calle Tampico in La Quinta, a short distance from Palm Springs.
At takelessons.com, learning never stops. “We really support lifelong learning,” said COO Alan Cole.
San Diego French-American School offers an outstanding bilingual education for children in pre-elementary school through the eighth grade and prepares students to enter an American or an international high school.
There’s nothing quite like catching a sunset in La Jolla. However, what makes the experience even better is watching the sun drop behind the Pacific Ocean, glass of wine in hand, and enjoying a delicious meal. That’s exactly what you’ll find at Cusp Dining & Drinks, the 11th floor restaurant high atop Hotel La Jolla.
With the recent opening of the La Jolla Brewing Company (LJBC), the Village gained both a spacious new neighborhood restaurant in the heart of town and an opportunity to sample the craft beer boom exploding locally.
Wiener Schnitzel and red cabbage, sizzling bratwurst and sauerkraut, beef goulash and hot apple strudel: Few things say comfort foods better than hearty German cuisine. Kaiserhof in Ocean Beach has served only the best in these and other traditional German dishes for more than 34 years. Their winter specials feature wild game such as duck, venison, boar and quail.