Community NEWS ✦ POINT LOMA
From high upon its crowned point, to low upon its golden shore—bayside to beachside.
Yesterday Point Loman picked up one bag full of litter on a 3-mile route in Roseville and Shelter Island. The usual suspects were picked up. But this time there seemed to be more of those over-engineered plastic…
Today Point Loman filled one bag full of litter on a 1.43-mile route in Roseville that was almost exclusively along Keats St and high-traffic Nimitz Blvd.
There’s a changing of the guard at Liberty Public Market, where the Liberty Station food hall is welcoming a handful of new tenants over the next few months. Just landed in the market’s central dining area is…
Sailors and spectators can enjoy the view of the International Star Class Western Hemisphere Championship from Wednesday, May 22 through Saturday, May 25. Nearly 30 Stars are headed to San Diego in less than a month and will be making their way southeast of Point Loma for a four-day series of ocean races.
The juggernaut Point Loma brewer has established an equity crowdfunding campaign through website WeFunder that went live on April 22. Valuing shares at $252.20 apiece, the campaign is initially expected to sell 4242 shares to raise a capped limit of $1.07 million, per SEC regulation.
Today Point Loman celebrated Earth Day by picking up litter, naturally. A 3.17-mile route around Roseville and Shelter Island yielded two trash bags full for a cleaner and healthier earth, ocean and Point Loma.
The Port of San Diego’s 40th annual Day at the Docks at America’s Cup Harbor sponsored by San Diego Sportfishing Council drew an estimated 20,000 people on April 14, 2019. Designed to increase awareness and popularity of sport fishing, the event featured boat rides around San Diego Bay, barbecue food, a beer tent, fishing companies selling gear and games for kids.
Marvel Studios picked PLNU grad Destin Cretton to direct “Shang-Chi,” its first superhero movie with an Asian protagonist Dating back to Marvel’s 1973 comics, the character Shang-Chi is a skilled martial artist who is known by fans as “Master of Kung Fu.” Production is expected to cost $150 million.
Point Loma High School is cleaning storage and having a fire sale on “old” yearbooks—includes copies from 1987-2017. PLHS has yearbooks from earlier years, but it will need to check stock to make sure it has the year you’re looking for. 2018 yearbooks are $45 and all other years are $10. Relive the glory days!
“The pinnacle of Point Loma,” the residence at 4095 Lomaland Drive was “recently selected to Top 10 Homes in the USA magazine.” The current six-bedroom, five-bath, 7328-square-foot residence was built in 2001, though one of the included three parcels comprised by the estate has “a three-story World War II bunker from 1942.”
Today Point Loman took litter off our streets in Roseville, The Village, Tunaville, or whatever else you call this fine part of Point Loma. It filled one heaping bag full of a trash on a 2.44 mile route—mostly along Rosecrans and Scott Street.
“LA’s too big and New York too cold,” explains Roman-born Niccolo Angius of why he and his wife moved to San Diego to start their fresh-pasta concept, Cesarina, named after her. Following a successful year or so on the farmers’ market circuit, the OB residents chose Point Loma (aka fancy OB) for their all-day eatery with a pastificio.
The most expensive tiny home, at $1.3 million, has similar dimensions to the National City house — but with ocean views. The home, at 4541 Orchard Ave. in Point Loma, is 448 square feet but has a lot size of 8,115-square-feet.
Point Loma beat Queens 87-74 Wednesday in Evansville, Indiana to earn a spot in the Division II Final Four. The win continues the program's historic run. Since becoming postseason eligible in the 2014-2015 season, the team had never even made it to a Regional Final until this year.
Southern California based RAR Hospitality, a full-spectrum hospitality management firm, has recently broken ground on the first Tapestry Collection by Hilton property in San Diego, The Monsaraz - set to open in summer 2020.
Yesterday Point Loman set out to make Point Loma just that much prettier. It collected one full bag of litter and a half bag of recycling—most of the waste coming from the shores of Americas Cup Harbor. There were lots of plastic wrap, bags, caps, bottles, cups, straws and utensils. Outnumbering all forms of litter were toxic cigarette butts.
The Brewers Association—the not-for-profit trade group representing small and independent craft brewers—released its annual lists of the top 50 producing craft brewing companies and overall brewing companies in the U.S., based on beer sales volume. Of the top 50 overall brewing companies, 40 were small and independent craft brewing companies.
Ms. Zepeda-Wilkins is the chef at El Jardín, in San Diego, and often drives an hour south, across the border, to pick up ingredients and eat a few of those tacos de birria doraditos. The version of the dish she makes at El Jardín is a tender, crackling half-moon — a fresh corn tortilla filled with delicate shreds of her own Jalisco-style birria and fried — set over a bowl of broth that is lean and vivid, full of small, creamy beans.
Look south, travelers. San Diego, California’s oldest city, turns 250 this year. Its baseball team turns 50. So does the Coronado Bridge, the long span that adds a curvaceous blue flourish to the downtown skyline. We’re pointing you to some of our other favorite spots, including beaches, museums, campus landmarks, historic structures and more.
"Submarining takes a lot of mental toughness and these guys will work long hours but they'll do what it takes to get the mission done," Naval Commander John C. Witte told ABC 10 News. Witte is in charge of the roughly 160 sailors who serve aboard the USS Annapolis submarine, one of several boats stationed at Naval Base Point Loma.
On the day before Thanksgiving, 2011, Greg Rouse, a trim marine biologist in his fifties, was tidying his lab at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, in La Jolla, California... when he received a long-anticipated e-mail. In the e-mail, a biologist from NOAA wrote that a large female fin whale had washed ashore four days previously, on the rocky beach at Point Loma…
- ABC 10 News
- Americas Cup Harbor
- Blue Water Seafood
- Brewers Association
- Cabrillo National Monument
- Chef Claudette Zepeda-Wilkins
- Chris Mannerino
- Daulton Hommes
- Day at the Docks
- double rainbow
- Dr. Janel Ortiz
- Earth Day
- El Jardin
- final four
- Greg Rouse
- I Love a Clean San Diego
- John C. Witte
- Katherine Tingley
- LA Times
- Liberty Public Market
- Liberty Station
- louis rose
- Modern Times Beer
- Money Inc
- NBC 7 San Diego
- Ocean Beach
- Point Loma
- Point Loma Association
- Point Loma High School
- Port of San Diego
- real estate
- San Diego Parrot Project
- San Diego Reader
- San Diego Sportfishing Council
- San Diego Yacht Club
- sea lions
- sport fishing
- Sunset Cliffs
- The Maui News
- The Monsaraz
- The New York Times
- The New Yorker
- The San Diego Union-Tribune
- Theosophical Society of America
- Times of San Diego
- tiny home
- trash cleanup
- USS Annapolis
- USS Cowpens
- Village Anchor Lights Project