Many locals enjoy listening to Coronado's Velvet Cafe in person at many different venues around the "island". Well, they are offering an early present just for you. They are offering a selection of their holiday-edition songs that you can download absolutely free.
Click here or the image below to download the songs via Dropbox.
Learn more about the band …
Added by eCoronado on December 19, 2014 at 11:42am — No Comments
Don't forget to vote for your favorite decorated Coronado home! Voting will end Voting ends at midnight on December 22, 2014 PST so you don't have much time to rally your friends to get the grand prize!
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Monday, December 22 marks the last day Blue Bridge restaurants are accepting food collections for the San Diego Food Bank, and the last day to enter our raffle! Winners will be contacted on December 23.
We need your help feeding San Diegans in need! In an effort to collect as many donations as possible Village Pizzeria, Lil' Piggy's Bar-B-Q, MooTime Creamery and Leroy's Kitchen + Lounge will be exchanging raffle tickets for canned food. Enter the raffle one time for…Continue
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Pancake Breakfast with Santa Dec. 20th
WHO: $19 adults, 9 kids (4-12)
WHAT: Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, you’re sure to enjoy this delicious pancake breakfast with Santa featuring fluffy pancakes cooked to order with all of your favorite toppings, eggs, golden hash browns, savory breakfast meats, fresh fruit and pastries. Don’t miss cookie decorating and classic holiday stories read by special guest, Food Network Star and New…Continue
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CORONADO – Gerry Brummitt had an unconditional warm regard for all people at all times. That was his daily mantra and how he lived his life. He never met a person or situation he couldn’t smile at. His friendly nature was overwhelming. His tools were a big smile and Southern drawl. That was Gerry Brummitt.…Continue
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Did you attend Coronado schools? Have something you could share (loan to us) for our upcoming special exhibit?
Staff members of the Coronado Museum are currently gathering materials for a…Continue
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Golfers who played Coronado Municipal Golf Course this fall surely noticed the construction in progress. What they saw was a $500,000 irrigation control system overhaul completed by the City of Coronado.
The overhaul was a badly-needed upgrade at one of the region’s most popular courses, according to the city’s Director of Golf Services, Roger Miller.
“We had a 30-year-old system, and that system was prone to failure,” Miller said. “The system was from the 80s…Continue
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Weekly Market Update, December 15, 2014
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Disorderly Conduct: Drugs or Drugs with Alcohol
The suspect, a 34 year old white male, attempted escape.
2000 block of Mullinix Drive
Malicious Mischief/Vandalism - Misdemeanor
After colliding with a vehicle on his motorcycle, the 27 year old white male suspect became angry and punched the rear window of the victim’s car, causing the rear window to shatter.
2100 block of SR-75
Added by Community Manager on December 14, 2014 at 11:23pm — No Comments
Each week, the City of Coronado City Manager's Office provides an update that includes information on programs, services and issues within the City, as well as news, project updates and follow-up information when applicable. Featured below are highlights from that update. The entire City Manager’s Weekly Update can be found on the City's…Continue
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Jennifer Reynolds and Kristee Gilbert are the owner-operators of BCB, Company in Hillcrest, California.
In the early 1990’s, after earning a degree in Political Science and Criminology, Kristee Gilbert was at a crossroads. She was working in politics and her best friend, Jennifer Reynolds, was working at the San Diego Zoo. They both had jobs, but they didn’t…Continue
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Parents Night Out
Coronado Karate's Martial Arts America
Saturday, December 20,…Continue
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With the annual Coronado Christmas parade behind them, local merchants staged their own holiday celebration last Wednesday night. All along Orange Avenue from Union Bank to El Cordova Plaza there was Mistletoe Magic in the air.
More than 30 shops kept their doors open and lights on until 8 pm, some three hours past their normal closing time. Many also offered one-day specials.
On the avenue, the Graham Memorial Presbyterian Church Choir caroled, musicians…Continue
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Come visit the Glorietta Bay Inn on Sunday December 14th from 1p-4p. See all the details in the above poster.
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Coronado is an oasis of delightful residential, commercial and public properties adorned with colorful gardens and lush green lawns, but is it appropriate to maintain such water hungry plants in a semi-arid climate, especially when California is currently facing one of the most severe droughts on record?
Governor Brown declared a drought State of Emergency in January 2014 and directed state officials to take all necessary actions to be ready for water shortages. The…Continue
Weather forecasters are calling for heavy rain at times over the next few days. To help residents protect against any flooding, the City of Coronado has made sandbags available. They may be picked up at Alameda Boulevard and First Street; at Alameda and Fourth Street; and at North Beach. The sandbags are free to residents.
Related: Tail of storm will drench San Diego
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Join us for some Mistletoe Magic throughout the Coronado village shops on Wednesday, December 10, 2014 from 5 to 9 p.m.
Bring your naughty or nice shopping list and wander through our downtown shops while being entertained by strolling carolers and savoring holiday cheer with local merchants who plan on offering various savories such as cookies, cider, and egg nog. Oh, and don’t forget to visit with Santa!
Most of the shops will be open until 9…Continue
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