Places to go in Point Loma

Point Loma Events

Hot Summer Nights

Hot Summer Nights

The Ink Spot

Monday, June 24, 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Youth Cheer Camp

Dana Middle School

Monday, June 24, 9 a.m. to noon

Puzzling Drive Scavenger Hunt

Balboa Park Activity Center

Monday, June 24, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Make Pizza & Drink Wine

Make Pizza & Drink Wine

Officine Buona Forchetta

Tuesday, June 25, 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Point Loma News & Stories

Going beyond bratwurst at Veg'n Out

Vegan market stand grills sausages without any of the animal byproduct

The term meatless has got to be one of the biggest words of 2019. Every other time I check a news feed, or turn on the radio, there’s more news about the rise of meatless ...

Point Loma caves cleaned out once more

“Man, please don’t call the news”

Three young men were rousted from a den along Sunset Cliffs Boulevard Tuesday morning after pictures of the elaborate cave surfaced on social media earlier in the week. Multiple reports have been made to the ...

Car theft thwarted by Stronghold Jiu Jitsu teacher and students

Police said he’s on probation for priors

A man was arrested Thursday night after attempting to steal – for the second time – a 2011 Porsche Carrera parked outside of Stronghold Brazilian Jiu Jitsu academy in Point Loma. “My fiancé had just ...

Message at airport on Uber-Lyft staging area a joke?

The April Fool's porta-potties

It's becoming hard to tell who's managing the San Diego Airport Rideshare Staging Lot — a professional business or April Fool pranksters? On Monday 01 April 2019 (April Fools day) signs appeared on each of ...

Double rainbows over downtown San Diego

Alexander's band helps

In the last couple of weeks, the elusive “double rainbows” have been spotted throughout San Diego County. “It was surreal,” said Chris Mannerino, “On February 5, I saw it out of my new office and ...

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Sunset Over Cabrillo National Monument

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