Last month, just before the start of the school year, the Neon Novice Tennis Tournament was held at the Glorietta Tennis Center. In its ongoing support of youth tennis the Coronado Tennis Association sponsors an annual tournament for novice players in the age groups of 8,10, 12, 14 and under.
The full day tournament is designed to be a fun-filled event that includes breakfast, lunch, tennis matches, snacks and lots of trophies. Jennie Portelli the president of the…Continue
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John Boehner, the controversial Speaker of the House of Representatives, let off some steam at McP’s Irish Pub on Sunday, while listening to Ron’s Garage on the outdoor patio. Seen here, from left to right, are Crystal Cox, Ron Wheeler (of Ron’s Garage), Gary Taylor (drummer), John Boehner, Lisa Tresner, Phil Lean (bass player), Claudio Martin (lead guitar), Traci…Continue
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The Coronado School of the Arts (CoSA) Classical & Contemporary Dance program is pleased to present its winter dance concert, Flight to Neverland, on Friday, December 9 & Saturday, December 10 at 7 p.m., and Sunday, December 11 at 2 p.m.
Under the direction of department chair Betzi…Continue
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The Coronado School of the Arts Foundation is searching for a dynamic leader who is also an experienced fundraiser. The foundation provides support to The Coronado School of the Arts, the nationally acclaimed arts conservatory program at Coronado High School.
Known to the school community as “CoSA,” the program draws high school students from across San Diego County for intensive training in one of six disciplines. Students choose to study dance, digital media, instrumental music,…Continue
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Melissa Lowry is happily obsessed with… her children, education, literacy, writing, blogging, talking and tweeting.
With a master’s degree in literacy and language arts and a California CLEAR K-8 Credential, Melissa has taught
preschool, elementary and…
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When I’m not enjoying my evenings and weekends at home in our little slice of paradise on Coronado, I’m working in Balboa Park at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center and visiting the 15 museums housed within “San Diego’s Cultural Jewel.”
It’s a busy month at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center as we prepare to open the IMAX blockbuster Tornado Alley. Anyone who’s caught an episode of Storm Chasers on the Discovery Channel knows the intensity, adrenaline and sheer awe of…
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It’s early in Coronado. The sun is barely up but the staff and volunteers at the Coronado Public Library are busy preparing for the day ahead.
As customers line up outside the locked doors they are suddenly alarmed by what seems like a small earthquake. The glass walls and doors begin to…Continue
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