We spotted this flashing sign coming back from the beach on Ocean Blvd earlier today. It's supposed to say: "WATCH FOR PEDS" as in "pedestrians", but thought it was video-worthy that it said "FEDS".
Earlier in the week, it said "PEDS". Not sure if the "P" is partially burnt out, or just an error. …
Added by eCoronado on June 30, 2012 at 11:30pm — No Comments
"My wife and I have been announcing this Parade for 20 years and we’re not even half way to the time our predecessor's did it!"
You see, Mr. Al Laing held court in front of the library for over 40 years.
Back in '88 (when I had just turned six) my wife signed us up as Fifth Street Announcers. Back then each block had an announcer station and the script was simply read aloud. …Continue
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I am amazed the Trains are allowed to endlessly lay on their horns in the middle of the night, especially 2-4 a.m.!!! what the heck is up with that and what can we do to end it??
Chris Searles sent this photo and these words to eCoronado.com:
Between chalk signage on parking places, putting miniature parking cones in front of the house, and that one guy who pulls out two SDG&E signs from his trunk and leaves them on the curb when he drives off to work in the morning, parking in Coronado is serious business... and the summer is just getting started!
Cheers and here's to good Coronado parking…
Most locals know the rules when it comes to parking in the VONS lot. Just a reminder to visitors and locals that parking is being enforced and your car will be towed if you park in the lot for more than an hour.
A great reminder to walk and bike to avoid trying to find a parking spot.
I just listened to the recorded message on the water taxi informing me they are closed until further notice. We had to adjust our plans for tonights Pops. I wanted to give notice to locals who may use this service. Also curious if anyone knows whats up. No indication on Google search...
Added by PAWS of Coronado on June 28, 2012 at 7:00pm — No Comments
I am taking a course through Sonoma State University and this link was on my syllabus as useful information.
It shows just what an old-world art form barrel making still is. It was fun to see this video was from "Goosecross Cellars" as this is who I did my latest project on for this course!
Added by Julie Overstreet on June 28, 2012 at 6:27pm — No Comments
The bomb squad was called in due to a bag left on top of the Coronado Senior Center sign located at the 7th and Orange. The senior center is located at 1019 7th Street.
It was determined that the bag was an empty garment bag and removed. Traffic is now flowing without any…
My daughter dropped her iPhone in front of our home on Tuesday June 26th at approximately 6:00 pm. She was on her way to drive her sister to work. If any early-morning walker or jogger found her WHITE iPHONE 4-S with white leather case please drop it back to our home at 545 I Avenue or call my cell phone and we will come pick it up. It was only 2 weeks old and it was her birthday present!
Thank you for helping! Shelli @ 619-726-4931
Its founder and president Captain Len Kaine, USN-retired, thanked Mayor Tanaka…Continue
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EMMY-WINNING NEWSMAN TO RIDE AS GUEST
OF CORONADO BREWING COMPANY JULY 4TH
Added by Joseph Ditler on June 27, 2012 at 6:30pm — No Comments
Click here to watch the interview.
Some major distribution changes are on the horizon as Coronado Brewing plans for its inaugural brew – this Friday – in the company’s shiny new 20,000 sq. ft. San Diego…Continue
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CORONADO CHEF WINS SAUSAGEFEST
Outperforms 15 Renowned Chefs In Process
Added by Joseph Ditler on June 27, 2012 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Jerry Springer was spotted at Starbucks earlier today at 960 Orange Avenue. Any other "celebrity" sightings so far this summer?
Photo Credit: Miles Pelky…
CORONADO, Calif. (NNS) -- A USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) Sailor helped prevent a suicide attempt on the Coronado Bay Bridge, June 19.
Aviation Boatswain's Mate (Fuel) 1st Class (AW/SW) David Lawrence, Air Department's V4 Division maintenance leading petty officer, first responded to a 60-year-old man's suicide attempt approximately 4 a.m. after pulling over to assist with what he thought would be a flat tire.
Lawrence, on his way to the gym…
DOTTIE MARTIN HONORED BY
SD COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS…Continue
Added by Joseph Ditler on June 27, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments
I live in Orange County (Irvine), but am so in love with Coronado.