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JANUARY 2018 PUBLISHER

Dan Austin | Dan.Austin@LifestylePubs.com PUBLICATION DIRECTOR

Jennifer Austin | Jennifer.Austin@LifestylePubs.com EDITOR

Ruksana Hussain | Ruksana.Hussain@LifestylePubs.com ACCOUNT MANAGER

Happy New Year La Jolla! 2018 BRINGS A NEW YEAR WITH EXCITING NEW POSSIBILITIES AND

Keilani Ogan | Keilani.Ogan@LifestylePubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Jenny Werth

SO MUCH TO EXPERIENCE AND DO HERE IN OUR WONDERFUL COM-

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MUNITY. Our area has amazing weather and many options for every lifestyle.

Aaron Goulding, Gary Kasl, Victoria Pearce, Zemina Zaferakis

This month, we spotlight the active lifestyle in our community. I'm excited for this

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issue because moving here - it was my intention that both my family and I would have a better quality of life based on being active, healthy and on the go. Of course, the issue would be incomplete without a look at the great surfing and surf culture we have here. We hope you enjoy our feature story highlighting some of our community members. Being active means eating well and what better way than eating locally and locally sourced food. We feature the La Jolla Open Aire Market this month and

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hope to see many of you there this year. Health goes beyond what we eat, but also what we put on our bodies. Serial

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entrepreneur and La Jollan Annie Lawless knows that from personal experience and is now sharing her creations with us. Read about her new adventures in this issue! And finally, enjoy our look inside the Marine Lair with our Open House feature this amazing La Jolla location is truly unique.

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See you around! Dan Austin, Publisher Dan.Austin@LifestylePubs.com ON THE COVER: Our beaches provided the perfect background for some fun shots with some of our local surfing talents past and present. Photography Aaron Goulding.

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INSIDE THE ISSUE JANUARY 2018

FEATURES 12 Lawless Limitless Beauty

14 Making Waves Spotlight on Local Surfers

20 Marine Lair Modern Coastal Sophistication

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24 La Jolla Open Aire Market What’s Fresh Now

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DEPARTMENTS 8

Good Times

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Around Town

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Local Limelight

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Locals Only

20 Open House 24 Healthy Lifestyle 28 Animal Kingdom 30 Lifestyle Calendar 34 Local’s Choice


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Jewish Community Foundation Hosts 50th Anniversary Brunch A celebration to give thanks to all who have supported the Foundation throughout the years held at the Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines. Carol Leifer, producer and comedy writer who has written for highly-acclaimed shows such as Seinfeld, Saturday Night Live and Modern Family, shared her story with attendees. JCFSanDiego.org

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1. Congressman Scott Peters and Congresswoman Susan Davis with Beth Sirull and Leo Spiegel | 2. Past Jewish Community Foundation Board Chairs | 3. Carol Leifer | 4. Irwin and Joan Jacobs, Councilmember Barbara Bry, Elaine Galinson, Herb Solomon | 5. Leo Spiegel, Carol Leifer, Beth Sirull

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Project Concern International Hands Across Borders Gala Project Concern International hosted its 28th annual Hands Across Borders gala celebrating local and global health heroes working to improve the lives of millions around the world. La

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Jolla resident Molly Eldredge received the first Anne Otterson Community Connector Award. The event raised more than $550,000. PCIGlobal.org PHOTOGRAPHY THE PULSE

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1. PCI President & CEO Carrie Hessler-Radelet addresses the crowd at the 28th annual Hands Across Borders gala. | 2. Dr. Jim Turpin, who founded PCI 57 years ago, addresses the guests at the event. | 3. PCI Chair Bob Sullivan, Anne Otterson Community Connector Awardee Molly Eldredge, PCI Founder Jim Turpin, and PCI President & CEO Carrie Hessler-Radelet. | 4. PCI’s 28th annual Hands Across Borders gala featured a silent auction with crafts and artwork from around the world. | 5. The Soultones featuring Rebecca Jade performed. | 6. PCI President & CEO Carrie Hessler-Radelet and PCI Founder Jim Turpin. 8

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a separate division, which will ultimately crown the first-ever Women’s Adaptive Surfing World Champions. This event brought together the world’s best adaptive surfers to compete for gold, featuring 20 teams from different countries and over 70 competing adaptive athletes. ISASurf.org

LA JOLLA SPORTS CLUB’S CONCIERGE SERVICES As part of their commitment to their members’ health and happiness, La Jolla Sports Club owner Brett Murphy has partnered with Patronus Medical to provide comprehensive health services to Club members. Specializing in providing fully customized

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the mall’s eagerly anticipated new expansion and

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expert Dr. Andrew Weil and nine-time James Beard

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innovators and educators, CH Projects has helped

and cocktails. The new location features approx-

to define the West Coast’s cocktail culture through

imately 9,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor

unique bar concepts. Now, on the heels of the col-

dining space, including a lively dining room with

lective’s ten-year anniversary in 2017, CH Projects

200 seats and two outdoor patios that seat approxi-

has a new spirited endeavor—a dual-concept, brick-

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The 2017 Stance ISA World Adaptive Surfing

designed by Paul Basile of BASILE Studio. The

Championship, presented by Vissla and the City

shop’s curated assortment of retail items includes a

of San Diego, featured women’s divisions for

comprehensive collection of books and barware for

the first time ever, highlighting the International

the at-home enthusiast alongside a signature line of

Surfing Association’s dedication to promoting gen-

exclusive CH branded goods. An entrance hidden

der equality in both Para Surfing (also known as

within the shop leads guests to Raised By Wolves’

Adaptive Surfing) and Surfing. The event previously

private tasting room, where CH’s barkeeps conduct

featured mixed gender divisions but will now adapt

educational classes and host seminars for the gen-

to accommodate the increase in women adaptive

eral public. On select evenings the tasting room will

surfers worldwide. Of the six divisions which classify

double as a reservation-only cocktail parlor, hosting

surfers based on their type of physical impairment,

pop-ups and guest bartender cameos with nota-

five will feature enough female participation to merit

bles from all areas of the globe. CH-Projects.com

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ENTREPRENEURS AND ANNIE LAWLESS IS A HOUSEHOLD NAME THAT COMES TO MIND IMMEDIATELY. From the organic growth of Suja Juice that led to a multi-million dollar company to authoring The Suja Juice Solution and creating the highly visible Blawnde.com site, Lawless has proved an inspiration time and again. Now she is forging ahead with a natural beauty line aptly christened LAWLESS. We caught up with this La Jolla local on plans for the New Year and a few other topics of interest! + What do you enjoy most about living in La Jolla? I’m originally from Arizona but so lucky to call La Jolla my home for the past seven years. It is such a magical place with amazing weather and so many fun areas to explore. + Any favorite spots you frequent in the community? I can call the Rancho Valencia Resort in Rancho Santa Fe practically my second home! From the mani/pedis at their spa to dinner at my favorite restaurant, the Pony Room, you can pretty much find me spending most of my free time there. + What does a typical day in the office look like? There really isn’t a typical day for me, which is a major perk of having my own business. I do not have a defined role with set tasks

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so my day can be everything from working in the lab on new product innovation or hosting a brand event and shooting content. + You are most known for co-creating Suja Juice. How has that aided your other business ventures? We started Suja as a small company where we were hand-delivering juices to homes throughout San Diego. As its co-founder, it has been so amazing to see the growth of Suja and taking those experiences in the health and wellness space to mold my passion for beauty and LAWLESS. + You are also the creator of Blawnde.com – how did that venture take shape?

+ What else can we expect from LAWLESS in the next few months? We’ll be launching 15 shades of foundations in the spring, followed by 12 shades of concealers and loose setting powders. LAWLESS will be a full range of all-natural cosmetics for everyone to enjoy makeup without sacrificing safety. + What's your mantra for success juggling so many different businesses, products, and roles effectively? Generally, I section my day off in blocks so I stay productive and efficient. Mornings are dedicated to emails. The mid-morning is when I work on things I owe people, like approvals and payments. The afternoon is a great time for meetings so I can step away from the com-

Blawnde.com is a creative outlet where I feel like I can connect

puter a bit and interact with people. I take a 30-minute break for lunch

with people on a more personal level. I love sharing my thoughts

and avoid staying on my computer. After dinner is my most creative

and stories with my followers so they can get a better sense of me.

time where I like to test products and write down new ideas I have.

It’s important for me to always deliver fresh, exciting content that resonates with both my readers and myself. + What was your motivation for launching LAWLESS and the new lipstick line? There was a huge disconnect between my love for makeup and my passion for living a healthy, natural lifestyle. There are so many

+ Any tips for clean and healthy living in the New Year after all the holiday indulgence? Balance is so important to being healthy! I am Celiac and lactose intolerant so I tend to go for a high-fat diet with lots of fish, avocados, olive oil and eggs, along with lots of veggies. I generally eat on the healthy side most days but like to indulge in a glass (or two) of wine now and then.

awful ingredients in makeup that we apply onto our bodies everyday.

+ What are your plans for 2018?

I created LAWLESS as a culmination of my passions in makeup and

2018 is going to be such an exciting year for me and for LAWLESS!

health. LAWLESS is Natural AF (meaning always free) of carcino-

I have a lot coming up in the works and am focused on going full-force

genic, toxic, hormone and endocrine disrupting ingredients.

with LAWLESS as a beauty brand with an entire range of natural makeup.

2018 is going to be such an exciting year for me and for LAWLESS!

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LOCALS ONLY

AT THE CREST ARTICLE RUKSANA HUSSAIN AND JENNIFER AUSTIN PHOTOGRAPHY AARON GOULDING PHOTOGRAPHY

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WE CAUGHT UP WITH SOME OF OUR COMMUNITY'S SURFING TALENTS ON THEIR LOVE FOR THE SPORT AND ALL THINGS LA JOLLA!

CHLOE BUCKLEY CHLOE BUCKLEY

WHEN DID YOUR LOVE FOR SURFING BEGIN? It started young with a love for the beach and waves. Body surfing turns to boogie boarding, turns to surfing, turns to my favorite thing: sharing it with my brother and spending time with my father. YOUR ALL-TIME FAVORITE MEMORY/ACHIEVEMENT? The first time I competed at Margaret River in Australia because of the raw power and beauty. It's also a little bit shark-y! FAVORITE SURFING SPOT? Western Australia is definitely one of my favorite places in the world. Baja California is my favorite place to surf. FAVORITE BOARDS? I ride a Shortboard and a fish. My favorite is my 5'2" Rainbow Quad, a model based on the speed dialer, a board that Rich Pavelli used to shape. NEW LOCAL TALENT YOU HAVE YOUR SIGHTS ON? Rylan Rubens, I've seen him out here and Tiare Thompson, she's coming up strong and I have faith that she will be on the tour. YOUR CURRENT INTERESTS, SURFING AND OTHERWISE? Surfing is definitely number one but I like to paint and draw, and travel. WHAT ARE YOU MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO IN 2018? I would love to go to New Zealand for a work exchange as a lifeguard. Another year, more surfing. 14

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DEBBIE BEACHAM

DEBBIE BEACHAM

HOW DID YOUR LOVE FOR SURFING BEGIN? My first wave was all it took for me to know that I was going to love the sport of surfing. It was a combination of being in the ocean, the thrill of actually standing up and riding waves, the camaraderie of the lifestyle and friends, and the traveling to find great waves around the world. YOUR ALL-TIME FAVORITE MEMORY/ACHIEVEMENT? The Women’s World Champion Title in 1982 was a milestone for me in surfing. Traveling on the World Tour during surfing’s formative professional era was amazing. We paved the way when surfing was innocent and adventurous. We would surf really large Hawaiian surf and then jump on a plane and surf in places that were barely rideable or had typhoon surf. I loved helping to grow the competitive side of surfing into what it is today. FAVORITE SURFING SPOTS? The pocket beaches and reefs near Windansea. South of the border to southern Baja - A remote little town named San Juanico and its famous point break, Scorpion Bay, is my all time favorite place to surf. I also lived many winter seasons on the North Shore of Oahu and loved surfing Sunset Beach. FAVORITE BOARDS? I’m riding boards in the 5’7” - 6’ range. Depending on the surf spot, I’ll switch it up and I might ride a longer board when the waves are small. My favorite right now is a Firewire Nano 5’7” HANGOUTS YOU FREQUENT LOCALLY? I love Duke’s for a casual atmosphere for going out and also El Pescador Fish Market. WHAT ARE YOU MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO IN 2018? Getting out there and living life! So much to do and experience. Travel, surf and keeping things simple. I also am looking forward to two of my kids graduating from college in June!

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JOHN HAFFEY

JOHN HAFFEY

HOW DID YOUR LOVE FOR SURFING BEGIN? My parents had us on the beach with boogie boards at a young age but at the age of 6, they saw that I was really into it and sent me to Imperial Beach Camp Surf. That point was a big transition. They saw that love and passion. YOUR ALL-TIME FAVORITE MEMORY/ACHIEVEMENT? Going to Camp Surf and having all the 60s and 70s boards for us to use - I remember taking off on that first wave on a 10'5" 60s board and I was hooked. It was super cool being with all the counselors and other kids having bonfires on the beach, cookouts and camping. Two of my counselors, Greg and Craig, we became so close, they met my parents and would take me surfing around San Diego, snow skiing, skateboarding, surfing. FAVORITE SURFING SPOTS? La Jolla Reefs and Hawaii/Australia FAVORITE BOARDS? Single Fins are the fastest boards, 60s and 70s old school boards. I ride for Joel Tudor's company and I have a few models with him that I designed. NEW LOCAL TALENT YOU HAVE YOUR SIGHTS ON? Nate Strom on Tudor's team. YOUR CURRENT INTERESTS, SURFING AND OUTSIDE? I'm involved with Urban Surf for Kids, which introduces foster kids to surfing and the St. Germain's Charity for abused and neglected children. WHAT ARE YOU MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO IN 2018? Love and prosperity for everyone. We should all do good things: love, acceptance, no judgement. Everything in life is a choice.

Special thanks to Scott Bass, creator of The Boardroom International Surfboard Show, for assistance with this article. At this year's show at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, The Boardroom will be honoring underground Northern California shaper Marc Andreini in the Icons of Foam Tribute to the Masters Shape-off presented by US Blanks. The shape-off is a Tournament of Champions with six former winners vying for the Icons of Foam trophy. The show includes world-renowned board builders including Pat Rawson, Wayne Rich, Roger Hinds, Ricky Carroll, Daniel Thomson and prominent shapers and designers from labels such as Lost, Rusty, Channel Islands, Firewire, Album, Hobie, Sharp Eye and over 100 others. SurfBoardShow.com

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“I’m super lucky I grew up in La Jolla with parents that loved the beach.” DEREK DUNFEE HOW DID YOUR LOVE FOR SURFING BEGIN? At Windansea beach and La Jolla shores! I’m super lucky I grew up in La Jolla with parents that loved the beach.  YOUR ALL-TIME FAVORITE MEMORY/ ACHIEVEMENT? During the winter of 2008/2009, I caught the biggest and best wave of my life at the surf spot Mavericks off San Francisco. I won the Billabong XXL biggest paddle in wave award, it was the biggest wave paddled-in that year worldwide (The wave measured around 50 feet). I picked up some big sponsors and the award allowed me to have a successful profes-

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sional surfing career. The biggest achievement for me was overcoming a bad broken leg that happened five months before I caught that award-winning big wave. I overcame that injury and came back stronger. FAVORITE SURFING SPOTS? Windansea, Mavericks, Peahi+Honolua Bay, Puerto Escondido FAVORITE BOARDS? San Diego surfboard shaper Stu Kensen has been my shaper for most of my life. He has shaped me over 50 custom surfboards ranging from small wave fish to big 10 ft. boards for the biggest waves in the world. More recently, I’ve been riding an 8’0 single fin and a 10’2 big wave board made for Mavericks. NEW LOCAL TALENT YOU HAVE YOUR SIGHTS ON? A few of the more ‘grown’ upcoming guys are Skip McCullough, Lucas Dirkse and Jake Halstead - they are the best guys who are making big efforts to make a career out of professional surfing. Younger than those guys are Tiare Thompson, Jacob Kelly, Mick Davey, lil squirrel and Malik, Burkley Eggers. WHAT ARE YOU MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO IN 2018? Printing my fourth big wave photography magazine/book. I’ll be releasing that May 2018. I’ve already traveled to Puerto Escondido in Mexico, Northern California and Maui for it. I want to get over to Portugal and check out the big wave surf spot Nazare. I’m going to have two big photo shows, one in California and one in New York.

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MARINE LAIR, AS IT'S AFFECTIONATELY, IF NOT APPROPRIATELY, NAMED, IS BUILT DIFFERENTLY THAN ANY OTHER HOME IN SAN DIEGO. Inspired by the ocean’s elements, every feature of this home is uniquely and innovatively designed to provide views of the seaside horizon. The curving exterior wall leads into the home, creating a fluid theme of the interior space. Marine Lair is a place where technology and nature mingle beautifully, from the state-of-the-art three car garage, with turntable and hydraulics in the basement, to the  infinity-edged rooftop pool. Rare and beautiful materials are featured throughout to create a new age, maritime feel. Various marble, stone and granite from around the world meet in the interior and exterior spaces to create a uniquely organic elegance.  CANTILEVERED STAIRCASE:  Descending from the master bedroom and composed of floating stainless steel struts, the staircase cantilevers from the curved entry wall with softly lit edge treads, which spiral up to the second landing. TOP OF STAIRS:  The view of the skylight above is from the pool. The skylight allows light from the rooftop pool to reflect onto this glass staircase, creating a dancing light effect. MASTER BEDROOM:  The entry door is a Koa panel, which when opened, adds an additional panel to a full-length waveform of ten panels each offset from the next by a slit of backlit wave acrylic. LIVING ROOM:  Large sea-facing windows in the master bedroom and living room retract and completely pocket away in the walls, transforming the interior to an outdoor space open to the salty ocean breeze. MASTER BATHROOM:  The master bathroom is separated from the bedroom by a nanotechnology dimming glass which can allow full view of the ocean or complete privacy with the touch of a button. OFFICE:  Indigenous to Hawaii, this wood was derived from a Silver Koa tree that was blown over during a storm on the island of Maui. The Koa is dispersed throughout the entire house in pieces of furniture and fixtures.

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

EAT. THIS. NOW. WHAT’S FRESH AT THE LA JOLLA OPEN AIRE MARKET

Photo: Victoria Pearce

ARTICLE JENNIFER AUSTIN

THE LA JOLLA OPEN AIRE MARKET IS CELEBRATING ITS

A gem within the Village of La Jolla, each Sunday at La Jolla

20TH ANNIVERSARY THIS YEAR IN OCTOBER, FOUNDED

Elementary, farmers, merchants and neighbors gather to sell the fruits

TO BRING THE COMMUNITY TOGETHER FOR A COMMON

of their labor amid musical entertainment and fun activities for the kids.

PURPOSE: RAISING FUNDS FOR PROGRAMS WITHIN

What's fresh at the Open Aire Market right now? Beets, Brussels sprouts,

THE THREE LOCAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS AND MIDDLE

eggplant and pomegranate to name a few. However, we have our sights

SCHOOL, WHICH SAW BUDGET CUTS THAT IMPACTED

set on cauliflower, mushrooms, asparagus, green peas and zucchini.

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Here's a hearty and healthy recipe taking advantage of what's in season now!


Cauliflower & Mushroom Risotto CAULIFLOWER & MUSHROOM RISOTTO  Ingredients + 2 tablespoons olive oil divided + 1 cup mushrooms sliced (4 ounces) + 1/2 cup yellow onions diced, ¼ inch + 2 cloves garlic minced + 4 cups cauliflower grated or finely chopped (about 1 large head) + 1/4 cup dry white wine + 1/2 cup asparagus chopped, cut into ¼ inch coins + 1 cup zucchini grated + 1/2 cup green peas fresh or frozen + 1/2 cup vegetable broth + 1/2 cup milk (dairy, cashew or almond) + 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese + 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt + 1/4 teaspoon black pepper freshly ground + zest of 1 lemon + 1/4 cup Italian parsley chopped + 1/4 cup basil leaves thinly sliced

Preparation In a large Dutch oven, add 1 tablespoon olive oil and heat over medium-high. Add mushrooms and sauté until tender, about 3 minutes. Transfer to a plate and reserve. Reduce the heat to medium. Add 1 tablespoon olive oil. Add the onion and garlic, and cook until they are soft and translucent, 2 to 3 minutes. Add the cauliflower and stir thoroughly to make sure it is coated with the olive oil and onions. Cook the rice for an additional 1 to 2 minutes. Deglaze the pan with the white wine, stirring and scraping the pan until the wine has evaporated, about 2 minutes. Add the asparagus, zucchini and peas, stir to combine. Turn heat up to medium-high. Add the broth and milk, frequently stirring so the vegetables cook and the liquid begins to evaporate. Cook for about 6 to 8 minutes, until the cauliflower is tender and just a small amount of the liquid is left on the bottom of the pan. Turn off heat and add cheese, 1/2 teaspoon salt and ¼ teaspoon black pepper. Add cooked mushrooms and lemon zest, stir to combine. Taste the risotto and add more salt and pepper as needed. Serve and garnish with parsley, basil and more cheese on top if desired. + Recipe JessicaGavin.com

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