Although Coronado High School students and parents know him as a respected Algebra and Physics teacher, Bill Lemei hasn’t always been a teacher. In fact, his life has spanned several careers, both in and outside Coronado.
Lemei moved to Coronado in 1950, and attended Coronado High, graduating in 1965. “My high school experience was a little awkward, but I was inspired by many teachers that I still remember. Once I was out of high school, I attended many colleges including…Continue
This summer, whether you are a Coronado local or just visiting, make sure to stop by these fantastic restaurants!
Casual Breakfast: Clayton’s
For a casual, diner-style breakfast, look no further than Clayton’s Coffee Shop. This classic eatery is located on the corner of 10th Street…Continue
For more than ten years, Coronado resident Jan Balfour has enjoyed the “magical small town lifestyle” that our beautiful city has to offer. After working all around the world for nineteen years, Jan moved to Coronado “to be close to my son, his wife, and their two children.”
Recently, I caught up with this vivacious lady (who also happens to be my grandma!) and asked her all about her Coronado experience. Watch the video below to get to know this enthusiastic…Continue
A message sent into space receives an extraterrestrial response.
This past week, I had the pleasure of walking down to our new state-of-the-art Coronado Village Theatre and readying myself for the explosive Battleship.
Alex Hopper (Taylor Kitsch) finds a job as Lieutenant in the US Navy after living jobless with his brother Stone (a level-headed Navy Commander played by Alexander Skarsgard) for a few years. He gets into a tussle…Continue