A mural by Roman de Salvo’s mural is now located above a BMW repair shop on La Jolla Boulevard in the Bird Rock. The mural, titled “McCairn," is a juxtaposition of antiquity and modernity perched above the building on a two-sided site that is reminiscent of a billboard surface. “McCairn" playfully recalls the original commercial purpose of such a sign with the iconic double arches of the McDonald’s logo re-imagined through carefully stacked stones.
Murals of La Jolla, a project of the Athenaeum, demonstrates that commissioning artists to create works for public spaces brings energy and vitality to a community. For more information, visit www.ljathenaeum.org or www.muralsoflajolla.com.
FREE WATERCOLOR CLASS HELD AT LAWRENCE FAMILY JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
A free watercolor painting class will be held every Tuesday starting April 2 from 8:30 a.m. to noon at the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center,4126 Executive Drive. The class will run until June 4. There is no charge to attend the classes and no prior experience is required. Classes will be hosted by Plein air artist Sharon Hinckley.
NOVELIST NATHAN ENGLANDER TO VISIT JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
Novelist Nathan Englander will be making a book tour stop at the Garfield Theatre in the Jewish Community Center in La Jolla Friday, April 5 at 6:30 p.m. to promote “Kaddish.com: A Novel” and host a discussion alongside the artistic director of The Old Globe, Barry Edelstein.
Join the Pulitzer finalist for Shabbat dinner and conversation about his new book. The brilliant, streamlined comic novel is about a son's failure to say Kaddish for his father and his subsequent hiring of a stranger through a website called kaddish.com to recite the daily prayer and shepherd his father's soul safely to rest.
Tickets are $62 and include Shabbat dinner and one signed copy of Englander’s book. Cost for just the dinner and conversation is $45. Visit my.lfjcc.org for tickets.
THE LODGE IN TORREY PINES KICKING OFF “PLAYING WITH FIRE” CULINARY CHEF SERIES
The Lodge’s culinary event season kicks off with The Grill’s Playing with Fire guest chef series, featuring Eric Gallerstein and Jacob Bartlett from Mastiff Sausage Company on Monday, April 1. Following this event will be the first Artisan Table Signature Wine dinner of the series on Thursday, April 4, featuring ZD Wines from Napa Valley.
At this unique outdoor experience, guests will enjoy several delicious dishes fired up by The Lodge at Torrey Pines’ Executive Chef Jeff Jackson and The Grill’s Chef Ira Sylvester. They will cook up a family-style feast from the restaurant’s custom-built wood-fired grill and rotisserie while guests enjoy local brews and views of the picturesque Torrey Pines Golf Course.
- Monday, April 1 | 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. $60 per person.
- Thursday, April 4 | 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. $185 a person.
ACTIVE FOOT DONATES ALMOST $12,00 WORTH OF SHOES TO HELP HOMELESS
The Active Foot Store, a footwear company based in San Diego, announces that the T L C Foundation has accepted 99 pairs of new shoes. Dr. Jack Reingold, D.P.M. and medical director of the store, was the driving force behind the generous donation.
Anyone interested in finding out more about The Active Foot Store, their donation to the T L C Foundation, and custom orthotics or specialty services can reach the business at (858) 453-5057 or at [email protected]. Visit The Active Foot Store in person at 8650 Genesee Ave.
POINT LOMA RESIDENTS NAMED 2019 TOP LAWYERS IN SAN DIEGO
Sullivan Hill recently announced that Point Loma residents Robert Allenby and Jim Hill have been listed in San Diego Magazine as 2019 Top Lawyers in San Diego.
Allenby is the managing partner of Sullivan Hill, a member of the Executive Committee, serves as chair of the Litigation practice group and as counsel to the firm. He has extensive experience in all aspects of litigation, with an emphasis in construction disputes, insurance coverage litigation, employment disputes, and general business litigation.
A founding member of the firm, member of its Executive Committee and chair of the Insolvency and Commercial Bankruptcy practice group, Hill practices primarily in the areas of bankruptcy, insolvency, and commercial law. His bankruptcy experience includes representation of creditors, bankruptcy trustees and select bankruptcy debtors in Chapter 11 business reorganization cases, and he has served as a court-appointed examiner and mediator.
For more information, visit sullivanhill.com.