Places to go in Pacific Beach

Pacific Beach Events

Industry Jousting Tournament

Industry Jousting Tournament

Moonshine Beach

Thursday, November 15, 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Yoga Basics: A Gentle Approach

PB Yoga & Healing Arts

Thursday, November 15, 10:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.
Urban Night

Urban Night

Tango Del Rey

Saturday, November 17, 8 p.m.

Pacific Beach Farmers' Market

Promenade Mall

Saturday, November 17, 8 a.m. to noon

Pacific Beach News & Stories

Likes PB for stupidest reason

Tips for beginners

Names: Juli Redmerski and Don Hastings Ages: 57 and 55 From: Mission Bay and El Cajon Location: Tourmaline Surf Park It was a sunny day when I caught up with Juli Redmerski and Don Hastings ...

Bit her lip at Sunset Cliffs

“I don’t say surfing is an easy sport"

Name: Masa Rogers Age: 40 From: East County Location: Tourmaline Surf Park On a crowded day in Tourmaline, Masa Rogers was walking to the showers while balancing a board over her head. “There’s a nice ...

Like watching paint dry

The patient freesailers

La Jollan Ernie Mortensen has been free sailing 36-inch yachts for 18 years. On October 20-21, Mortensen was the only San Diegan of eight skippers to compete in the National Freesail Regatta, held at the ...

Pay attention, Pacific Beach!

Some of the country's best sandwiches are in your neighborhood

A marker board out front points out that Zagat has proclaimed Supernatural Sandwiches one of “15 must try sandwiches in America.” And I agree. For those of a younger generation, Zagat is like Yelp, but ...

Rose Creek was worst of the Clairemont parks

Help clean it up this weekend

In the 1850s, San Diego pioneer Louis Rose maintained cattle and a ranch house in Rose Canyon, utilizing the canyon’s stream to water his animals. As the town grew up around the creek and Mission ...

Pacific Beach Photos

A mural decorates little counter shop ...

Crystal Pier Sunset in Pacific Beach

Pacific Beach

Catching the Waves at PB

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