June 20, 2019
Featured News
Spa and program events on the horizon for La Jolla’s ‘Pink Lady’
New owners for Pantai Inn The Pantai Inn, 1003 Coast Blvd., has been sold by its longtime owners, siblings Laurnie Durisoe and Larry Jackman, for an undisclosed amount.
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At the June 12 meeting of the La Jolla Village Merchants Association (LJVMA), executive director Jodi Rudick reported that consumer participation was “high” during the first two Enjoya La Jolla sip, shop and stroll events, jumping 30 percent from May to June.
Unanimously -- and with very little board deliberation -- the California Coastal Commission voted to approve a 10-year permit extension to close La Jolla Children’s Pool beach from Dec. 15-May 15 annually, and install a 152-foot guideline rope the remaining months of the year.
La Jolla Library exhibit highlights underwater photography
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La Jolla Newcomers Club has an action-packed June 2019 in store for members.
Part tribute to late astronaut, physicist and UCSD educator of almost 20 years Sally Ride (1951-2012) — and part panel discussion with influential women — the second UC San Diego (UCSD) Women in Leadership event, May 22 attracted a crowd of 900 people to the Price Center ballroom.
June-August Calendar of Events for La Jolla and San Diego
BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT: BioMed Health Center, newly opened in the La Jolla UTC area, started with a shared passion between two med school students, Anna Feagan and Garek Ng.
ART REVIEW: For the past 13 years, the San Diego Art Prize, sponsored by San Diego Visual Arts Network, has been awarded to two established artists, with each one asked to choose an emerging artist to share the cash award and exhibition.
Jewel Tones The Farrell Family Jazz series continues with Amina Figarova Sextet, 7:30 p.m.
KITCHEN SHRINK: There’s been a long-standing rivalry between these quintessential sisters of summer, each possessing their own divine attributes.
Scott Paulson is a classically trained oboist best known as bandleader of the Teeny- Tiny Pit Orchestra, a collection of quirky toy instruments that he likes to invite audiences to pick up and play.
Last Chance The closing concert of the Mainly Mozart Festival, “The Voice of the Guitar” features international classical guitar sensation Milos Karadaglic and members of the Festival Orchestra performing an intriguing mix of classical and popular favorites. 8 p.m.
There’s Music in the Air La Jolla’s operatic tradition “Opera Wednesday” continues 7 p.m.
KITCHEN SHRINK: As summer breezes in so do barbecues, picnics, and iconic potato salads.