Robert Phelps grew up by the water here in Coronado and grew up in it. With the beach as his front yard, and now his workplace as he lifeguards at the Silver Strand Beach, he has found his niche in the ocean, mostly thanks to his father, David Phelps.
“My Dad instilled a lot of respect and passion in me for the ocean. He was a lifeguard for the San Diego…Continue
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TV and Internet digital video news organizations are always looking for stories and features that are produced and generated by the public. Learn how to choose topical news and entertainment stories, and how to produce and upload them in the new Backpack Journalism class at Coronado Adult Education/ROP. We meet every Tuesday from 6 to 8 PM beginning Jan. 8 for six weeks.
Learn how to create a documentary movie! The Documentary Production class meets every Tuesday at 6 PM for six…Continue
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Some Coronado locals need braces to correct problems with their teeth, so why not trust a local to help with your smile?
Dr. Joseph Mullins is an Orthodontist located at 120 C Avenue, Suite 100 in Coronado. Before becoming a full time Coronado based orthodontist, Dr. Mullins obtained his undergraduate degree in Biology from West Virginia University, and then attended Dental School at West Virginia University where he got his Doctorate of Dental…Continue
A vintage-style silent film taking the modern world by storm.
On Monday night, I attended the evening showing of the critically acclaimed film, "The Artist", at the beautifully restored Village Theatre. It seemed very appropriate to view this vintage style film about the dawning age of motion pictures in a vintage theater complete with red, velvet curtains and an Art Deco design. The…
Even though Coronado is famous for sunny weather, usually in the 70’s, Liz Thaete wakes up on work days and has to wear a pair of long underwear and a couple of pairs of socks to her 6:30am shift in the 40 degree penguin enclosure at Sea World.
Liz Thaete’s family was brought to Coronado by way of the Navy. She and her sisters were born here and have been through all the schools, sports and youth groups the island has to offer. She graduated CHS in 2005. I was very excited to learn…Continue
I was born right here in Coronado Hospital. My father, a Navy Captain, met my Mom, a Navy Nurse, at the Officer’s Club on North Island Naval Base. I attended Village Elementary School from…Continue
Growing up in Coronado has been one of the many things I am extremely fortunate to have as part of my childhood. It really excites me to think that I am a true native privileged to be born on this little slice of paradise. Many say that growing up in Coronado is not like growing up in a real town; there is no need to lock your bike or worry about your lunch money at school. Kids like me who have grown up here have lived a lifestyle that one could probably only see in a movie: carefree and…Continue
Added by Eugene Kocherga on July 27, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments