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LIFESTYLE LETTER

JANUARY 2019 PUBLISHER

Dan Austin | dan.austin@lifestylepubs.com EDITORIAL COORDINATOR

Natalie Neece | natalie.neece@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITER

Natalie Neece

My two children enjoying tide pools at low tide in La Jolla

New Year, New Beginnings

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Chris Brake Photography, Aaron Goulding Photography

LA JOLLA, HERE IT IS—WE SAY GOODBYE TO ANOTHER YEAR FILLED WITH MEMORIES, LAUGHTER, LOVE AND TEARS. How was your year? Did it unfold as you thought a year ago? Each year we set out with resolutions or goals and often the current of life, much like the current in the ocean takes turns you may not anticipate.  This year, I start the year with new hope and new dreams.  I am thankful for our wonderful community and all the friends and support our family has had this past year. We are truly blessed to live in our jewel by the sea. I am writing this as I have some down time to reflect on how this year ahead will be a year of adventure, balance, travel and growth for my amazing children. I look forward to sharing with you our journey in the months to come. This month, we share some great stories in town with a focus on wellness. A happy life and year start with health, so we chat with the team at Patronus and the inno-

CORPORATE TEAM

vative approach they have to health care. We sit down with Kera Murphy, co-owner

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Steven Schowengerdt

of La Jolla Sports Club, and hear her thoughts on page 26. We also hope you enjoy

CHIEF SALES OFFICER Matthew Perry

the story of Sushi on the Rock as we spotlight this reopening of a La Jolla icon and

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore

the family behind the food on page 14. La Jolla, here's to a year of health, happiness, hope and new beginnings. 

ART DIRECTOR Sara Minor OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Janeane Thompson EDITORIAL MANAGER Nicolette Martin AD MANAGER Chad Jensen REGIONAL SALES DIRECTORS

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INSIDE THE ISSUE JANUARY 2019

FEATURES 14 Rock On Sushi on the Rock Reopens at La Plaza La Jolla

16 Luxury Health Next-Level Health Care with Patronus

20 Athleisure How-To Master Your Athleisure Style with Help from Stylists at Trunk Club

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26 New Year, New Fitness Goals With Kera Murphy, Co-Owner of La Jolla Sports Club

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16 DEPARTMENTS 4

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Hot Spot

20 Trend Setter 24 Lifestyle Calendar 26 Parting Thoughts


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GOOD TIMES

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GOOD TIMES

Challenged Athletes Foundation 25th Anniversary Celebration In celebration of its 25th anniversary, Challenged Athletes Foundation announced they raised $3.2 million from Oct. 13 through Oct. 21 as a result of three signature fundraising events: the Million Dollar Challenge Bike Ride, Aspen Medical Products San Diego Triathlon Challenge and YMCA of San Diego County Tour de Cove. ChallengedAthletes.org PHOTOS BY CAF MARKETING 

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San Diego nonprofit Fresh Start Surgical Gifts hosted its 27th Annual Butterfly Ball “Casino Royale” on Saturday, Nov. 3 at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine. They surpassed its fundraising goal of $175,000 and raised more than $200,000 through donations from sponsors and more than 200 attendees of which 100 percent of contributions will go directly toward the organization’s medical program. FreshStart.org

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NEW MURAL UNTITLED BY SANDRA CINTO INSTALLED BY MURALS OF LA JOLLA

2019 SAN DIEGO SUNROAD MARINA BOAT SHOW RETURNS

Murals of La Jolla was founded by the La Jolla

San Diego Sunroad Marina Boat Show is back

Community Foundation and is now a project of

by popular demand! Hosted by the Sunroad Resort

the Athenaeum. The goal of the mural project is

Marina, the 29-year annual San Diego tradition will

to enhance the civic character of the community

be held Jan. 24 -27 and will be expanding this year

by commissioning public art projects on private

with the addition of more floating docks to moor

property throughout La Jolla. The Murals of La

several larger vessels.

Jolla Art Advisory Committee is composed of

In addition to the tremendous boats, there will

the heads of the major visual arts organizations

also be a plethora of marine vendors and electron-

who commission artists to propose the interven-

ics with the latest nautical products and services,

tion of an image on specific walls on privately

boating seminars, free boat rides, as well as food

owned buildings. The first two artworks, by Kim

and beverages vendors—making a great time for all

MacConnel and Roy McMakin, were painted

to enjoy a day on the San Diego Bay.

directly on their sites. Subsequent artworks

The San Diego Sunroad Boat Show will be in the

have been printed on vinyl and installed on

Sunroad Resort Marina located on Harbor Island at

billboard-like structures, with the exception of

955 Harbor Island Drive. For more information, call

Heather Gwen Martin’s mural, which is painted

619.497.5254 or visit BigBayBoatShow.com.

on its site. Each work is on view for a minimum of two years and has been generously funded by private donations. MuralsOfLaJolla.com

THE MED ANNOUNCES 2019 WINE DINNER LINEUP For years, the iconic Pink Lady has stood out for elevated experiences, but most recently, it’s the inventive and tasteful culinary offerings that have made it stand out even more. This past year was one for the books, with sold-out monthly wine dinners that brought together top vintners and inspiring cuisine. With a new year approaching, La V’s signature restaurant, THE MED, looks to outdo itself with an exceptional lineup of wineries for its monthly wine series. Each dinner begins with a welcome reception on THE MED’s beautiful patio, followed by an outstanding five-course dinner complete with wine pairings. The menus are specially curated to complement each wine  and comprise dishes that please the eye as well as the palate. Showcasing

THERE BE DRAGONS AT QUINT GALLERY FROM JAN. 12 TO FEB. 23 Guns are central to David Adey’s latest series

the menus infuse classic cooking styles with modern techniques that bring out the best of the season in a one-of-a-kind meal.

of work: guns as a tool to assist with the creation

To kick off the 2019 series, THE MED will host

of his sculptures and online designs for them

its first Wine Brunch with Iron Horse Vineyards

created with a 3D printer that become major ele-

on Saturday, Feb. 9 at 1 p.m. The menu will feature

ments in these new works.  

playful brunch dishes set to striking  ocean views

“It is one of the most vexing problems our culture

from THE MED’s outdoor terrace. Each multi-

is facing. For me, this is a project that transcends

course series is $165 per person (all-inclusive) and

art-making. It is one I have tried to work through in

starts at 6 p.m. with the exception of February’s

philosophical terms,” David says.

brunch series. Seating is limited, and early reserva-

Quint Gallery, 5171 Santa Fe St., Suites H.I B, San Diego 12

THE MED’s culinary team, led by Chef Alex Emery,

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tions are encouraged. To reserve, call 858.454.0771 or visit LaValencia.com.


SAN DIEGO CENTER FOR CHILDREN ACQUIRES 3 ACRES IN LINDA VISTA The San Diego Center for Children recently acquired from the state 3 acres adjacent to its main campus in Linda Vista to total 12 acres of land. Due to the efforts of assembly member Dr. Shirley Weber, District 79, Assembly Bill 1057 directed the state to sell this property directly to the Center and was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown. By completing the purchase of this property this past September, the Center is charting its future to serve more children and families struggling with mental, emotional and behavioral disorders. Founded in 1887, the  San Diego Center for Children  is the oldest children's 501(c)(3) nonprofit in the region providing evidence-based therapeutic, educational, foster care and transition age services to children and families struggling with mental, emotional and behavioral disorders. CenterForChildren.org  

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HOT SPOT

SUSHI ON THE ROCK REOPENS AT LA PLAZA ARTICLE NATALIE NEECE | PHOTOGRAPHY PROVIDED

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FAMILY AND FRESH FISH WITH AMAZ-

get requests for catering and private par-

ING FLAVORS AND SAUCES HAVE BEEN

ties. As luck would have it, their lease was

A STRONG CONCEPT FOR SUSHI ON

up on the old location. La Plaza offered the

THE ROCK FOR ALMOST 30 YEARS IN

modern look they desired along with loca-

SAN DIEGO. They plan to continue those

tion and history of being on Girard. They

traditions at the reopening of Sushi on the

are so thrilled to add Asian Pacific Rim as

Rock at the La Plaza off Girard Avenue.

well as vegetarian and gluten-free dishes

Japan native Aiko Johnson opened Sushi on

to the menu, which will give customers

the Rock in 1990 on Prospect. In 1998, the

who are shy about sushi the opportunity to

restaurant relocated to Girard Avenue and

dine along with their friends while enjoy-

was run by Aiko's son, Paul Johnson, who

ing the delicious cuisine and quite possibly

spent his childhood summers in Japan and

tempt them into sampling sushi.

started rolling sushi at the young age of 4.

The decor is beautiful, warm and inviting with a hip and sultry feel. It is perfect

WHAT MAKES SUSHI ON

for families, business luncheons, hosted

THE ROCK UNIQUE

parties on the patio and private room

Sushi on the Rock is a neighborhood sta-

and most importantly a unique and won-

ple and one of the first sushi restaurants to

derful experience. The new location has

open in La Jolla. They are known for being

two patios, and happy hour is served daily

friendly and knowledge and their patrons

from 3-6 p.m. They have gone away from

and community. You will see that some of

the traditional sushi bar and feel; most

the sushi rolls are named after regulars

people like sitting together where they

who frequent the establishment and make

can see each other and have that bonding

suggestions as to interesting and unique

experience. But don't fret! Sushi on the

rolls. Sushi on the Rock cares about the

Rock still a has a bar where you can enjoy

food quality and customers. They pride

beer, wine, sake and sakitinis along with

themselves in being entrenched in our

your favorite sushi and rolls.

community and hosting with a warm heart. NEW LOCATION Sushi on the Rock was looking to expand and add a private dining room since they

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PATRONUS MEDICAL

YOUR HEALTH IS ONE OF THE MOST VALU-

estates, yachts, aircraft and corporate families with

ABLE GIFTS ONE CAN HAVE. Taking care of

the utmost discretion and attention to detail.

your health can help sustain a long-lasting and

Our team works to integrate preventative- and

happier life. Patronus Medical advocates for,

wellness-based programs on a proactive basis as

protects and manages health care and mitigates

we seek to achieve optimal health for our clients and

health-related risks on behalf of their clients in

their families. Our programs are customized to the

any venue at any time.

individual rather than traditional population-based

The La Jolla Clinic, located inside the La Jolla

health care. To do this, Patronus Wellness offers a

Sports Club and in partnership with cryotherapy

number of unique diagnostic evaluations, functional

specialist Chiltonic, serves as a central point for

micronutrient testing and microbiome testing in

private clients and members of the community

conjunction with traditional laboratory analysis. We

to receive a number of services including phar-

incorporate DNA-based health solutions as well as

maceutical-grade micronutrient intravenous infu-

integrative and functional medicine programs into a

sions and injections, vaccinations, micronutrient

personalized treatment program.

and gut health testing and skin vibrancy solutions. In partnership with Chiltonic, the clinic also offers

YOUR DESTINATION PROGRAM IS UNIQUE.

non-invasive low-level laser treatments combined

HOW DID THAT PROGRAM COME TO BE, AND

with local or whole-body cryotherapy for those

WHO DOES IT SERVE MOST?

suffering from pain due to acute injury, chronic pain and inflammation. La Jolla Lifestyle spoke with Patronus Medical about its innovative programs.

Recognizing that reliable medical and evacuation services are not always available in remote destinations, Patronus has developed a program to ensure the safety of our clients, their staff and guests. With our 24/7 telemedicine access or even on-site staff-

TELL US ABOUT YOUR PRIVATE HEALTH

ing, Patronus moves with you offering the ultimate

PROGRAM AND WELLNESS PROGRAM.

in flexibility, responsiveness, security and discretion.

Our private health program offers individuals and

Patronus’ international staff and global reach ensure

families fully customized medical care solutions and

that we are able to provide care in even the most remote

24/7 access to our physicians regardless of location.

locations. If you operate a private resort, own a private

Whether it is primary or ongoing care, on-demand

island or host events in remote locations, Patronus will

telemedicine, innovative health assessment prac-

work with you and your team to design, develop and

tices or travel and emergency care, Patronus’ private

implement a fully custom medical program tailored

health program will ensure world-class care is never

to the needs of your staff, guests and nuances of the

more than a phone call away.

location. Patronus Destinations program can help

Patronus provides its clients with a comprehen-

ensure everyone who makes the journey has the

sive medical solution, customized to their needs,

appropriate health risk assessments prior to departure

lifestyle and special considerations. We serve

and access to world-class medical care throughout

individuals, families, executives, entertainers, ath-

the duration of travel including evacuation services

letes and remote private facilities including resorts,

in case of unforeseen emergency.

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LUXURY HEALTH

(CON TI N U ED)

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TREND SETTER

AT H L EI SUR E H O W-T O

MASTER YOUR ATHLEISURE STYLE WITH HELP FROM THE STYLISTS AT TRUNK CLUB

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WHEN IT COMES TO HEALTH AND FITNESS TRENDS, KEEPING UP WITH THE EVER-CHANGING INFORMATION THAT’S OUT THERE CAN BE DIFFICULT. “This one move will change your legs forever;” “You’ll never eat these foods again after you read this story;” or, our favorite, “A glass of wine a day can help you live longer.” When you’re busy juggling the latest workout app craze or cleaning out your refrigerator only to find out a week later that those items are good for you again, it can get overwhelming. So, when you want a break from it all but don’t want to give up feeling sporty, take the trends from your yoga mat to your closet instead and stock up on athleisure wear. As the stylists at Trunk Club, a Nordstrom Company, put it, athleisure isn’t necessarily about working out—it’s designed for a lifestyle. Incorporating chic, comfy silhouettes with sporty pieces gets you through the day with a fashionable vibe you’ll want to sport—no pun intended—on the regular! For more style tips and to get your own trunk today, visit TrunkClub.com.


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B A SI C U P G R A D E

If a fuss-free outfit is what you’re looking for, keep it simple! The Trunk Club stylists recommend faux-leather leggings and a scoop-hem tank as an easy way to take the essentials up a notch. Finish off your look with a lightweight jacket, a baseball cap and a backpack with unique detailing for just the right amount of edge.

KEY COMPONENTS + Faux leather leggings + Scoop-hem tank + Lightweight jacket + Baseball cap + Edgy backpack

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TREND SETTER

(CON TI N U ED)

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E A SE D U P If you’re looking to reflect your laid-back outlook but need to appear put-together, consider pairing a sporty logo tank with cropped wide-leg pants. Pro tip: Keep your outfit fresh with pieces in a cool, earth-tone color palette, and then bring it all together with trendy accessories with unique detailing.

KEY COMPONENTS + Sporty logo tank

+ Cropped wide-leg pants + Trendy accessories with unique detailing

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BOLD COMFORT Your favorite athletic pieces, like sports bras, can be repurposed by wearing them under a sheer, oversized tunic. Be mindful of your proportions, though. Avoid frumpiness by pairing it with fitted joggers, and complete the look with a stand-out bag and sneakers.

KEY COMPONENTS + Sports bra

+ Sheer, oversized tunic + Fitted joggers + Stand-out bag and sneakers

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NUMBER ONE

Start with a basic tee, joggers and a branded baseball cap. Everything else is embellishment.

NUMBER TWO

Stay on-trend with a pair of joggers in an interesting print, and layer on a sporty bomber to incorporate a

NUMBER THREE

Take an outfit from the couch to the bar with unique accessories. A backpack in a standout color will draw the eye to an unexpected place.

NUMBER FOUR

It can’t be emphasized enough how much a cool sneaker can add— always have a pair in a neutral tone, but go crazy and collect them in as many colors as you want.

K E EP I T C OO L

different texture.

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JANUARY

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

DEC 31

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NEW YEAR'S EVE FOUR-COURSE DINNER AT GEORGE'S

SAN DIEGO BREW FEST

SAN DIEGO RESTAURANT WEEK

George's California Modern

Treat yourself to a cold beer or two at

San Diego Restaurant Week returns

Join us for a special four-course din-

the annual San Diego Brew Fest at

Sunday, Jan. 20 through Sunday,

ner ($95 or $125/person) at George's

Liberty Station. Proceeds will benefit a

Jan. 27 with a FEAST for the senses

California Modern. Enjoy a variety

local charity. SanDiegoBeerFest.com

at

Liberty Station

San Diego

of starters, entrees and desserts to choose from including beef tartare and local stone crab congee to Maine lobster and red wine-braised beef cheeks. Level2 and Ocean Terrace will also be open for New Year's

than

restaurants.

180

Dine

participating

deliciously

at

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restaurants offering prix-fixe menu

BIRCH AQUARIUM SEA DAYS

is the perfect time to take a culinary

options

throughout

San

Diego

County. This foodie-favorited week tour throughout the diverse and

Birch Aquarium

Eve. For reservations, call Kristine at

Free with admission to San Diego

thriving food culture of San Diego.

858.454.4244.

Scripps

SanDiegoRestaurantWeek.com

Birch

Aquarium.

Meet

animals that live underwater in

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the La Jolla Ecological Reserve.

SAN DIEGO NEW YEAR'S DAY RACE 2019

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WINTER HOME SHOW

San Diego Yacht Club, Shelter Island.

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home improvement needs from land-

Shelter Island

All boats and classes are featured in this New Year's Day traditional

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Hundreds of exhibitors for all of your scaping, remodeling, home additions

7301 Girard Ave., Suite 100

and more. For 44 years, Home Shows

regatta. Participants will start around

La Jolla Pharmacist cracks aging

USA has been bringing buyers and

noon at the east end of Harbor Island

code. Come see the new wellness

sellers together in a neutral setting,

and sail into San Diego Bay. Nice to

center opening on Girard near La

by producing a one-stop shopping

watch as you explore the San Diego

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waterfront. SDYC.org

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improvements. Discounts offered by

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exhibitors. Parking: $14 Free admission. DelMarFairgrounds.com

TEA BY THE SEA

St. Madeleine Sophie's Center

La Jolla Shores

St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center will

New Year's Day, Jan 1, 2019. Make

host Tea by the Sea at the Marine

your New Year's resolution and join

Room located at 2000 Spindrift Drive

the La Jolla Cove Swim Club in its

in La Jolla. This event will feature a

annual polar bear swim, 10 a.m.

complimentary signature cocktail,

at La Jolla Shores. This is a fun,

hors d’oeuvre, a silent auction and

We are always accepting submissions

non-competitive swim. One of the

a visit from Chef Bernard! Proceeds

for events you'd like to see included

cool San Diego events in January.

will fund the unique programs that

in our Calendar section. Submissions

LaJollaCoveSwimClub.com

SMSC offers to more than 400 adults

are accepted via the Contact Us tab at

with developmental disabilities.

LaJollaLifestyle.com.

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PARTING THOUGHTS

n e w y e a r, new fitness goals

AS THE CO-OWNER OF LA JOLLA SPORTS CLUB, KERA MURPHY HELPS PEOPLE ACHIEVE THEIR HEALTH AND FITNESS GOALS. Everyone who walks through the door has a different idea of what they would like to achieve and what their motivation is for getting here. Kera's three fundamental ways anyone can achieve their goals are:

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Create a habit. It is easier to stick to something if

WITH KERA MURPHY CO-OWNER OF LA JOLLA SPORTS CLUB ARTICLE NATALIE NEECE PHOTOGRAPHY AARON GOULDING PHOTOGRAPHY

it is part of your routine. I start my weekdays at 4:30 a.m. when I meet two of my girlfriends for a workout at LJSC. On the weekends, I sleep in and will hike or take a jog by the coast.

02

Be realistic about your goals. Set yourself up for

success by understanding your lifestyle and what is achievable based on your other commitments. Our personal trainers create an individualized program based on many different specifications to keep you working toward your personal best.

03 Find balance. We offer a variety of multi-level classes and new-age technologies to help you obtain a harmonized balance. I utilize our partnered recovery services like cryotherapy, IV and nutrient injection therapy to keep me healthy as well as a weekly Fascia blast class and a weekly massage from our in-house LMT, Greg, to help keep me relaxed.  

KERA MURPHY,

co-owner of La Jolla Sports Club 26

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