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Added by Coronado Historical Association on April 22, 2015 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Added by eCoronado on April 22, 2015 at 3:00pm — No Comments
The Coronado Cultural Arts Commission is pleased to announce Steve Martini, New York Times bestselling author of the Paul Madriani series, will talk about his writing career and introduce his new book, “The Enemy Inside,” on May 30, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Coronado Public Library, 640 Orange Ave. The community is invited to hear about “The Enemy Inside” (William Morrow Hardcover; May 12, 2015; $27.99), an electrifying tale of suspense, a tangle of corruption, greed leading to the…Continue
Added by Kari Kovach on April 21, 2015 at 9:30pm — No Comments
When my family and I arrived in Coronado last August, I made a beeline for the Coronado Library. I had good reason: we had just moved from a small military base in Sicily, Italy, with a very modest library with limited resources. A self-confessed library nerd, I had read about the Coronado Library and searched its online catalog multiple times before arriving on the island. I couldn't wait to see it in…Continue
May is Bike Month and Coronado has lots of things to do to celebrate bicycling:
May 3: Bike Fair and Bike Rodeo will be down on Strand Way between the City Hall and the Boathouse. Lots of fun, education, and prizes! There are flyers all over town to tell you the exact hours (I forget!)
May 9: The Annual Mayor's Ride! Join Mayor Tanaka and your fellow cyclists as we take a lap around Coronado and check out all the new improvements and coming improvements in…Continue
Added by Dan Orr on April 20, 2015 at 5:00pm — No Comments
"The following is kind of based on a true story... a little bit."
Thus begins the humorous and heartwarming story of an aging rockstar and his "broken... nothing left to break" life.
Danny Collins (flawlessly acted by Al Pacino) has had a long life of great success. However, everything changes the moment his best friend and agent (Christopher Plummer) hands him a letter than John Lennon wrote Danny at the start of his career.
"Yoko and I read your…Continue
Added by Becca Garber on April 20, 2015 at 3:30pm — No Comments
A lucky thirteen members of the Coronado Rotary Club met at 5:15 a.m. one morning last week to get to St. Vincent de Paul to serve 300 hungry homeless people.
Bob Griffin (far right in the picture above), hands check to new CEO of St. Vincent de Paul, Deacon Jim Vargas, second from right. Other Coronado Rotarians are front row left to right: Frank Spitzer, Brent Bennitt, Vernie…Continue
Come help us celebrate our Silver Anniversary! Coronado MainStreet's annual car show, MotorCars on MainStreet, featuring over 400 pre-73 restored classic, rod and custom cars & trucks, will be Sunday April 26.
It’s staged in downtown Coronado, one block from the beach, at Isabella & Orange Avenues, from 10-3 PM. Co-sponsors Ron Baker Chevrolet, El Cordova Garage, the City of Coronado, EDCO and the County of San Diego…Continue
Coronado Island Film Festival presents a special screening of the Academy Award-winning documentary, BEST BOY on Sunday, May 17th at 2:30 at the CoSA Theater.
Hailed by critics as one of the best documentaries ever made, BEST BOY follows a mentally-challenged man as he struggles to achieve a happy and fulfilling life independent of his family.
Director, writer, and producer Ira Wohl will join us for remarks and Q&A following the screening of his…Continue
Added by Kari Kovach on April 19, 2015 at 1:30pm — No Comments
It didn't bother Richard Bailey that he had only lived in Coronado for three years and was a renter (at the time) when he ran for Coronado City Council. He knew he had the commitment, the desire, and the focus to serve our town and serve it well.
He also knew he had a fresh perspective. Not being born and raised in Coronado and being relatively young (he's in his late 20s) he's committed to taking a look at policies and spending traditions with a fresh look. As…Continue
Added by Ann Marie Bryan on April 18, 2015 at 9:00pm — No Comments
Coronado locals tend to think of the Ferry Landing as a place with some good restaurants, but not really a place to shop. The stores there, which many locals regard as filled with key chains, T-shirts, and beach-themed snow globes, are for the tourists streaming off the ferry; but nestled between the bike rentals and sea shell stores are two boutiques that have much to offer Coronado locals as well as our visitors: Miss Match, an exciting boutique for all women (which I couldn't…Continue
The date: Sept 3, 1939. The place: London. The characters: Chronicles of Narnia author C.S. Lewis and Viennese psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. The topics: God, suffering, and death -- mixed with laugh-out-loud humor and genuine honesty.
Lamb's Players Theatre's newest production premiered on Friday to a receptive and enthusiastic audience. The script for the play was originally inspired by a Harvard professor's lecture series in 1967 about Freud, but, after…Continue
Laurel Corona was the Coronado Historical Association’s very first ‘Wine & Lecture’ speaker two years ago, and we welcome this extraordinary talent back on Friday, April 24, to reprise her original, intriguing presentation. Well known in San Diego and Coronado, Laurel has written and won awards for four extraordinary books of historic fiction about remarkable women in history, and numerous works of non-fiction. Recently retired as professor of English…Continue
Added by Coronado Historical Association on April 18, 2015 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Plans are afoot to market Coronado a tourist destination during the winter, as well as summer, by creating a second Coronado Tourism Improvement District. Unlike the original Coronado Tourism Improvement District (CTID), the second district, dubbed CTIDII, will only target conventions and large groups and will have little or no impact on Village life in general, except to boost local businesses, its proponents say. The city council will take up the proposal at its April 21…Continue
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 prose or poetry produced by one of our writers. Please…Continue
Added by Coronado Scribes on April 17, 2015 at 3:00pm — No Comments
In order to protect tennis players and people in the surrounding area, the City of Coronado has begun constructing barrier netting near the 15th tee/fairway on the Coronado Municipal Golf Course. The posted notice sign explains that it should be completed by early April 2015, but it appears to be a few weeks behind schedule.
This has been a…
Added by eCoronado on April 16, 2015 at 10:30pm — No Comments
Tennis and pickleball are both extremely popular in Coronado, and for the past few years they’ve shared space on the city’s tennis courts. However, it’s an arrangement with which neither side is pleased. A few weeks ago, a group of pickleball players approached Councilman Richard Bailey for help. After hearing them out, he contacted the Coronado Tennis Association (CTA) in what he said was an effort to find “the best solution for tennis and pickleball.”
The issue came…Continue
Mother’s Day Champagne Brunch at Market Café
Dine waterfront as you indulge in a lavish Mother's Day champagne brunch. Selections include breakfast favorites, a variety of salads, a carving station featuring an assortment of meats, a cold bar featuring seafood favorites, house specialties, and an array of desserts. There is even a special buffet for the little ones, featuring the ultimate kid picks.
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Have you seen them? Down by Ferry Landing, a dolphin suddenly appears – and it's wearing a harness. Or a sea lion splashes by the piers of Seaport Village, accompanied by a small boat with trainers and researchers.
What are they doing, and why?
Seeking answers to these questions, I attended a tour of the U.S. Navy Marine Mammal Program facility, which is located…Continue
Added by Becca Garber on April 16, 2015 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Pictured are the bicycle pavement markings on Glorietta Boulevard. Similar bike lanes would be painted on the 59 foot wide section of Alameda Boulevard and potentially on Olive Avenue as part of the integration of the City's Bicycle Master Plan with its annual resealing of the…Continue