La Jolla woman will be DJ for a day


Heather Kraszewski, a La Jollan, will be DJ for a day this Friday.

Local radio station KSCF, Sophie 103.7, liked the playlist she submitted for a contest recently so much she won the grand prize — guest disc jockey for the day this Friday, March 2

The radio station is being renamed HEATHER 103.7 that day in her honor.

“She loves music,” said her mom, Heather, who owns Ocean Girl surf boutique in La Jolla Shores where Heather works.

“It’s really eclectic, such a smart play list,” Terry said of Heather’s selections.

Terry said Heather’s playlist is a blend of new and old and is “so cool and so much fun,” adding her daughter’s winning was “such a shock” and “so unexpected.”

The station told Heather they wanted her to be at the station for 12 hours on Friday.

KSCF, also known as Sophie@103.7, is a San Diego Hot AC radio station owned and operated by CBS Radio. The HD2 broadcast is a simulcast of sister station KROQ-FM/Los Angeles. House of Sophie is on the HD3 signal. The station is located at 8033 Linda Vista Road.

Heather Kraszewski’s playlist: “Animal,” Neon Trees; “Better Than I Know Myself,” Adam Lambert; “Big Me,” Foo Fighters; “Clap Your Hands,” Sia; Cum On Feel the Noize,” Quiet Riot, “Criminal,” Fiona Apple, “Dani California,” Red Hot Chili Peppers; “Dog Days are Over,” Florence and the Machine; “Ex Girlfriend,” No Doubt; “Feed My Frankenstein,” Alice Cooper; “Firework,” Katy Perry; “Glitter in the Air,” Pink; “Hello,” Martin Solveig; “Hollaback Girl,” Gwen Stefani; “(If You’re Wondering If I want You to),” I Want You; ‘I’m Yours,” Jason Mraz; “It Will Rain,” Bruno Mars; “Immigrant Song,” Led Zeppelin; “Just Can’t Get Enough,” Black Eyed Peas; “Lay Me Down,” Dirty Heads; “Let’s Go Crazy,” Prince; “Living on the Edge,” Aerosmith; “Moves Like Jagger,” Maroon 5; “Panama,” Van Halen; “Pumped Up Kicks,” Foster the People; “Rain Over Me,” Pitbull; “Rhythm of Love,” Plain White Tees; “Set Fire to the Rain,” Adele; “Slide,” Goo Goo Dolls; “Suffragette City,” David Bowie; “Undisclosed Desires,” Muse; “Viva la Vida,” Coldplay; “What is Love,” Haddaway; “and “You and I,” Lady Gaga.