How many times have you driven over the Coronado Bridge? If you're a native of San Diego, it's probably been many. Still, many San Diegans don't know the interesting history that lies beneath the bridge - a history that is celebrated every year on Chicano Park Day.
Barrio Logan, located in southeast San Diego, is home to many Mexican Americans and Mexican immigrants who have been settling into the community as early as the 1890s. During the 1960s, the landscape of Barrio Logan…
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NAVAL HISTORIAN KARL ZINGHEIM TO TALK AT CORONADO LIBRARY
In conjunction with the Coronado Library’s commemoration of the Centennial of Naval Aviation, U.S.S. Midway Museum staff historian Karl Zingheim will speak in the Library Winn Room…Continue
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Martial Arts America is offering an awesme Mother's Day Special to moms of all ages. For just $29.95, moms will receive two private lessons, a uniform, and two classes per week for the month of May, a $298 value, all taught by one of our expert black belt instructors in a welcoming and encouraging environment. This is the perfect gift for all moms. Call, email, or visit us today to make this Mother's…Continue
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The purpose of this Town Hall hosted by the San Diego Sector Border Patrol Imperial Beach Station is to inform the general public of the increase of maritime criminal activity in the area. We are requesting the public’s assistance in reporting any suspicious activity to disrupt, dismantle and ultimately defeat these Transnational Criminal Organizations operating in our communities. We will provide the public with the proper reporting procedures and phone numbers to include an open forum to…Continue
Village Theatre Looking for a Few Good Ideas
By Joe Ditler
(Photo: Courtesy Coronado Public Library)
CORONADO - The Village Theatre will be opening early this summer with a new look, three theatre screens, the best digital sound money can buy, and an age-old mission to entertain.
Workers are putting the finishing touches on Coronado’s legendary theatre even as this is written. The inside framing is now covered with walls, ceiling and…
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We didn't win anything this year at MotorCars on MainStreet. We never do. But the anticipation, the sound of all those old engines, the excitement ... well, a guy can dream, can't he? We hoped to be a candidate for the Mayor's Choice Award. But his tastes traveled down a different road this year. …Continue
Around 6:30pm last night, a fire broke out at a home located at 950 Cabrillo Avenue. Early reports suggest that it started from a faulty water heater. There was substantial damage to the home and firefighters had to cut holes in the roof to increase ventilation while they battled the fire. Fortunately, no injuries were reported and the fire was put out quickly.
Thanks to our members for alerting us…Continue
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Lori Falkner Volkman is a former Miss Coronado and graduate of Coronado High. She now lives in the Pacific Northwest, but still calls The Island her true home. Her latest writings have been nominated for a military "Bloggie" award. Check out why this writer touches the hearts of military families nation-wide. Then cast your vote via her…Continue
I will NOT be celebrating Mexican independence day here in Coronado. This is the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and we should NOT be singling out other country's holidays to recognize here. What next? Egyptian independence day? Libyan independence day? This is AMERICA and we are ALL AMERICANS.....not Mexican-Americans or African-Americans or even European-Americans....NO!!!!! WE ARE ALL AMERICANS....PERIOD. Thank you and may GOD bless the U.S.A.
NadoLife just shared some photos and a tentative opening date of May 2011 for their new business: Coronado Coffee Company. It will be located at Coronado Ferry Landing.
Related Story: 5 New Places to Eat & Drink This…Continue
CORONADO, CA--(Marketwire - Apr 25, 2011) - Coronado First Bank (the "Bank") (OTCBB: CDFB) announced unaudited financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2011. The Bank posted a first quarter profit of $15,000, inclusive of $46,000 in extraordinary costs associated with the proposed merger with Embarcadero Bank, compared to its first quarter profit for 2010 of $64,000. Total revenue was $1,069,000 and total expense was reduced by 12% to $1,039,000. Management continues to realign the…Continue
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Coronado’s Len Kaine in contention for CNN’s 2011 Hero Award.
Kaine, who is president of the Golden Rule Society (GRS) charity, has expanded their outreach during these difficult economic times by offering every American a free discount card for prescriptions.
The card provides 10 to 75 % savings at over 54,000 pharmacies nationwide.
Kaine was also selected by the American Hero Card company to be the…Continue
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Commodore Mary Youngman welcomes Captain Dave Kettenhofen and the yacht "Kialoa III" at the Coronado Cays Yacht Club guest dock.
Coronadan Dave Kettenhofen and his Coronado crew of Jim Algert and Kevin Reilly, along with San Diegan Jim Keegan, recently delivered a famous yacht from Puerto Vallarta to Los Angeles for her Canadian owners.
Departing Puerto Vallarta early on April 13th, the crew battled strong headwinds for the…