It is important to be aware of as well as be involved with social media in different levels; as users, as consumers, as business owners, and content generators.
Though Social Media we can voice our opinions, share ideas and communicate effectively on a public platform that we can all be part of, we are given the choice to listen or be listened. Social media allows freedom to interact with other users from all over the world, to connect with… Continue
Added by Alan Cruz on October 24, 2009 at 11:20am —
FREE Solar Community Seminar tomorrow, October 24th. The presentation will go over how solar works, rebates and incentives that are available, financing, your individual energy needs and more.
Phase I of the Coronado Goes Solar campaign was a huge success and Sullivan Solar Power will continue rewarding residents in Coronado who take part in creating a case study out of our city. The new systems from Phase I of the community discount program will have increased the amount of solar in… Continue
A non-commissioned officer who oversaw the prolonged hazing and sexual taunting of sailors in Bahrain has been removed from his supervisory duties in Coronado and is being forced to retire, it was reported Thursday.
Senior Chief Petty Officer Michael Toussaint was handed a career-ending letter of censure Wednesday, reassigning him to an administrative post at a base in Norfolk, Va., until his forced retirement in January, according to The San Diego Union-Tribune.
Coronado plans to tweak the design of a disputed roundabout set up temporarily at a busy, three-way intersection and seek residents' comments on the result.
An evaluation of the roundabout, on Pomona and Adella avenues and Seventh Street, presented to the City Council earlier this month revealed that the roundabout was effective at meeting most of the city's objectives.
“It slows traffic through the intersection and does so without increasing… Continue
Contrary to all the criticism from the righteous right, President Barack Obama was a perfectly logical choice to receive the Nobel Peace Price. He talks incessantly about peace which appears to be the prime qualification. He pursues an apparently endless policy of engagement as have many previous recipients who have been honored more for what they have talked about than for what they have actually accomplished.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group Returns Home
By Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class (SW/AW) Frank E. Neely
USS Ronald Reagan Public Affairs
SAN DIEGO – Four ships and more than 5,000 Sailors of Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 7 returned to their homeport of San Diego Oct. 21 after a five-month deployment to the U.S. 5th Fleet and 7th Fleet areas of responsibility (AOR).
SAN DIEGO -- The USS Ronald Reagan and three warships in its strike group return to San Diego Wednesday following a five-month deployment that included air strikes in support of U.S. forces in Afghanistan and operations against pirates off Somalia.
Scheduled to undergo a $12.1 million, seven-month-long makeover, the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier is sailing back to its homeport with the guided-missile cruiser USS Chancellorsville and the… Continue
TheFullPint.com is proud to round out our Best Craft Brewery Polls with the Best Southern California Craft Brewery Poll. This poll is to promote some of the greatest brewers in the region and most of all, to have fun. Vote with spirit, but don’t take this too seriously. This will be hard, as many of these breweries make some of the best beer not only in the area, but in the entire world. Please read tips below the list of breweries.
I know Steve will be posting a proper write-up later with pics and all, but I just wanted to post a quick THANKS to eCoronado.com and Yogurt Escape for putting on this fun event!
I'm actually posting this from the new Rotary Park on my laptop! The City has provided free wireless in Rotary Park . . . and there's even power available at the base of the pole furthest from Orange Ave! ;-)
I'm sitting here in my shorts and new "92118" T-Shirt enjoying the perfect evening in… Continue
Please join us for a Wine Maker Dinner Wednesday at Il Fornaio!
WineStyles and IL Fornaio invite you to a Wine Pairing Dinner with Award Winning Wine Maker, Robert Pepi
Date: Wednesday 10/21/09
Time: 6:00 pm
Location: Il Fornaio 1333 1st St, Coronado
Seating is limited. RSVP: (619) 437-4911 (Il Fornaio)
Cost: $75.95 (Plus tax and gratuity)
For additional information and menu please visit our website:
Added by Wine A Bit on October 20, 2009 at 11:03am —
Harold L. Whitmire, 76, passed away on September 14, 2009. And integral part of the San Diego South Bay, Hal was an Advanced Research and Design Aerospace Engineer at Rohr Industries for 37 years, pioneering nacelle technology still used today...as a result, his legacy remains. Hal and his wife, Trudi were also fixtures at Metro League basketball games for 35 years. If you played high school basketball anytime from the mid 1970s until a few years ago, he would have most likely seen you play. If… Continue
Julian is a quaint town in the Cuyamaca mountains, about an hour east of San Diego. John and I needed a temporary diversion from our Gingerbread Land of Oz, and decided to take a leisurely drive. As a little side note, our first date was Bond's Discovery Run to Julian, with the San Diego BMW Z Car Club. Yep,… Continue
I am recruiting Interns/Junior Associates who would like to acquire real hands on experience in business development and interact with successful business owners. This is a great opportunity to:
-Sharpen you business skills.
-Build your resume.
-Get college credit (if you are in school)
-Letters of recommendation.
-Expand your network.
-Learn about Social Media advertising, branding and how to put together online ad campaigns.
-Launch your own project,… Continue
Added by Alan Cruz on October 19, 2009 at 2:32pm —
The Lions Club is holding their annual WHITE CANE DAYS this weekend at Coronado grocery stores and post office. Please make a donation and thank them for their continued service to the visually impaired community. Then wear the white cane on your lapel all day to show your support! There are many of us who are visually impaired in Coronado and we appreciate all that the Lion's Club does for us.
Also, this is even another reminder to drive 25 and be pedestrian friendly! With so few traffic… Continue