Coronado-based TV and film production company, Surf's Up Studios achieved a major YouTube milestone when it's total video viewership number reached 2,000,000 earlier this month.
"Many of our videos originate right here on Coronado and in San Diego - where our most-viewed single video, the Marine Corp Bootcamp Challenge is about to hit 600,000 views," said Tony Perri, a Coronado resident and the executive producer and director at Surf's Up.
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SUPERFROG Inc., producer of the SUPERFROG, SUPERSEAL and SEAL SPRINT races, presented a check for $1,500 to the Islander Sports Foundation on December 10th, 2013 to benefit Coronado Islander High School Athletics.
SUPERFROG and the Islander Sports Foundation are Coronado based partners in sports. SUPERFROG has hosted triathlon races locally for 40 years. The races were founded by local Islander legend Navy SEAL Moki…Continue
Every year in December the San Diego Bay Parade of Lights delights locals and visitors alike who line the harbor to view the festively decorated boats as they cruise by. For many Coronado families it has become a much loved holiday tradition. Each year, more than 80 vessels participate in the parade, festooned with holiday decorations, twinkling lights, inflatable characters, and crowds of happy, singing sailors and crew.…
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Dress up your digits this holiday season. Mix, mingle and jingle all the way to your next party! There’s one surefire way to feel all gussied up, no matter how big or small the occasion with festive nail fashions at BE Polished in Coronado. Open Daily with late night Wednesdays until 8pm.. Military Monday's are 20% off all services with i.d. Check out our website for full menu, private party packages and daily posh perks at:…
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Another in a regular series of fascinating, intriguing, or thoughtful tales about people and places in Nado history -- presented by your Coronado Historical Association
It’s not normally a surprise to discover stories of a “first born” when studying the history of a place. But in Coronado’s case, it was quite…Continue
The last Friday evening of every month is always a special night at the Dan McGeorge Gallery in Coronado. That's when Dan and his staff host an open house and welcome a guest artist. Recently, San Diego-based pop culture artist, Daniel Jaimes, showcased his work at the gallery and wowed Dan's guests with his paintings of Super Heroes and other iconic images. Here are some video highlights from that evening, along with an interview with Dan McGeorge. Visit the…Continue
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Save the Date! The 2014 CELEBRATING CORONADO HISTORY gala will take place on February 22, 2014, at the Coronado Marriott, with the colorful theme “Those Times at Tent City.” This event raises funds for the Coronado Historical Association’s educational initiatives, including a Summer History Camp for kids, and an annual classroom outreach program, which engages Coronado third graders in learning local history by connecting stories from our past…Continue
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Southern California doesn’t usually feature the type of weather typically associated with the winter holidays. With the bright sun shining and temperatures above sixty degrees, it’s sometimes hard to believe that it is December. In Coronado, however, the holiday spirit is more than present. The lovely decorated trees in the medians, Christmas carols played in the local shops and restaurants, the Del lit up at night, the amazing traditions, all are sure to put people into the right…Continue
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As was reflected in the original news story reporting the arrest in Glendale of the individuals alleged to have been involved in the credit-card skimming operation, no information has yet to be discovered indicating that the culprits were successful in retrieving any credit card information from the Coronado 76 Station.
When Detectives first contacted Coronado 76 and the gas pumps were inspected, it was discovered that two card-reading…Continue
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SAN DIEGO – The aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68) and embarked Carrier Strike
Group (CSG) 11, Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 11, and Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 23
are scheduled to arrive at Naval Air Station North Island, San Diego, Dec. 12, following
an eight-and-a-half-month deployment to the U.S. 5th, 6th and 7th Fleet areas of
CVW-11 and DESRON 23 will disembark Nimitz following the ship’s arrival.
Nimitz serves as the…Continue
Hey Everyone, I just wanted to let those know who are planning on getting married around Valentine's Day that Weddings of Coronado/San Diego are hosting a Dream Beach Wedding Giveaway. No purchase necessary and they are giving away a cool package. The package includes the beach ceremony ( chairs, wedding arch, isle runner etc etc included), transportation to and from your ceremony provided by Uber transportation, a 2 night stay at Glorietta Bay Inn and much much more. Anyone that enters…Continue
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We, the Coronado Scribes, consist of both professional and amateur writers. We have in common a desire to learn, by sharing our efforts and listening to other writers. We hold pressure-less sessions every Wednesday, at the Coronado Library conference room, starting at 1:30. Often we have guests who wish to just listen. They are welcome, and so are you.
Each week on eCoronado, we feature a different piece of…Continue
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One of the drawbacks of living in Southern California is how far everywhere else is by car. After Las Vegas, Santa Barbara and San Diego, there isn’t much left in the weekend getaway department.
And I don’t know about you, but I’m not a big gambler, so Vegas doesn’t thrill me. And as for those other two places — been there, done that.
What’s a couple or family from L.A. looking for a different kind of weekend or short holiday vacation to do? Get creative. Go to…Continue
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Nonprofit dedicated to most needy of military families seeks donors for holiday season, continues support for families through Christmas season with Sharing the Joy program
SAN DIEGO, CA (DEC. 9. 2013) – A nonprofit organization dedicated solely to providing emergency financial grants to young military families in need, the Support The Enlisted Project (STEP), today issued an appeal for donors to help boost efforts to come to the assistance of military families…Continue
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You are invited to a 'Red Carpet Oscar Party' right here in Coronado. On Sunday, March 2nd, Nicki Rottens (100 Orange Avenue) will be hosting a fundraiser for the Coronado Island Film Festival. Get the details and purchasing info below:
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SAN DIEGO -- The “Screamin’ Indians” of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 6 and the “Wolf Pack” of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 75 are scheduled to return home to Naval Air Station North Island (NASNI) in San Diego Dec. 11 following an extended deployment to the U.S. 5th, 6th and 7th Fleet areas of responsibility with Carrier Strike Group 11 and Carrier Air Wing 11.
Throughout the deployment, HSC-6 personnel and MH-60S Seahawk helicopters were…Continue
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The Coronado Bicycle Committee and Coronado Recreation Department have planned a community bike ride on Sunday, December 15th. Join us for the first official 'Ride the Lights Coronado' by meeting up at Walgreens (925 Orange Ave) at 4:45pm for a safety briefing given by our own Coronado Police Department. "Holiday-Up" your bike and outfit to be in the running for prizes donated by Holland's Bicycles.
At the conclusion of the ride, we will end the…
There was standing room only at the Coronado Library when more than 100 people filled the Winn Room to enjoy an evening of music and storytelling by Jacqui Silver. This was a wonderful event presented by the Coronado Historical Association and Coronado Library in partnership with Coronado Storytellers. The video below includes a few words from Jacqui along with highlights from her performance. Don't miss future special events - visit the CHA website today:…Continue