Coronado High School graduation is just around the corner, and what better way to say congratulations to your graduate than with a gift of pearls!
The unique styles you'll find at d Forsythe were specially designed by owner Dolores Forsythe to commemorate this milestone.
These pearl necklaces and bracelets are embellished with a Sterling…
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The Cultural Arts Commission, one of Coronado newest and busiest Commissions, is at it again. This current undertaking is called “Art Under the Umbrellas,” a scaled-down version of what the CCAC hopes will grow into a much larger yearly event. As a first-time experiment, six local artists have been invited to bring a table, an umbrella, and, of course, their own art, to the Coronado Golf Course Restaurant from 10:00 AM until 2PM on Sunday, May 12, coinciding with…Continue
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A Presentation by the
CORONADO CULTURAL ARTS COMMISSION
Media Contact: Doug St. Denis, CCAC PR Chair
April 18, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
AN EVENING WITH LEGENDARY THEATRE AND FILM PRODUCER DON GREGORY AND U-T THEATRE CRITIC JAMES HEBERT
Patterned after Bravo Channel’s popular…Continue
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Calling Coronado Visual and Literary Artists
This event is for you - Don't Miss it!
Saturday, September 15, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
“Easels Under the Trees,” A Gathering of
Coronado Artists and Writers
Location: Coronado Library Lawn outside the Winn…Continue
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The Visual Art Department at Coronado High School would like to invite you to the first ever Chalk Art exhibit taking place in the quad of the high school tomorrow, Thursday, May 24th, 2012.
Talented high school students will be taking over the quadrangle and producing giant chalk art on the pavement in a festive environment.
"You will be able to view the making of up to 40 large-scale artworks, live!"
Chalk art has existed for many years, and is referred to in several…Continue
Calypso Café, a family-owned and operated restaurant nestled in the quiet Coronado Cays, is looking to hire full-time chefs, one for the breakfast shift and another for the dinner shift.
This full service restaurant is located bayside in the Cays, and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu offers home-style American and Mediterranean faire in a cozy, but casual setting.
Specialty coffee drinks, fresh pastries, and an extensive wine list has made Calypso a popular secluded…Continue
Added by Bianca Valle on May 20, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Over Mother's Day weekend, Coronado High School held their 2012 Prom, 1950's style, at Paradise Point Resort and Spa tucked away on an island on Mission Bay. CHS students were treated to a delicious dinner, music, beautiful ocean views in an elegant tropical setting; the perfect spot for a memerable evening.
While most schools hold prom only for seniors, CHS celebrates this school milestone with both seniors and juniors. For…Continue
In a swift move prompted by an article published by eCoronado.com, the Coronado City Council voted 4-1 to review Coronado's parking ordinance limiting a restaurant's ability to expand into retail spaces. Presently, restaurants have to provide one parking space for each 100 feet of dining area.…Continue
Writing can be a hobby or a form of therapy for many. Perhaps you've been secretly working on a book, your memoirs, or you note down thoughts in rhymes. The Coronado Cultural Arts Commission wants you to share your passion for writing!
Update 4/29/2012: Thank you to Mr. J. Dean Loring, President and CEO of Burger Lounge Restaurants, who sent me this information regarding this space…Continue
The Undiscovered Gallery cordially invites you to the newest exhibition...
“Either to Please or to Educate”
I walked across an empty land/I knew the pathway like the back of my hand/I felt the earth beneath my feet/Sat by the river and it made me…Continue
Added by Bianca Valle on April 19, 2012 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Coronado is the designated finish line for this year’s Ragnar Race, and some fit and energetic locals will be running as part of a Coronado team.
Local residents Kurt Sauter and Team Captain Becky Green have joined the relay race with the “Nado Big Deal” team. Sauter is a father of two and is gearing up for the event. “There is a big party on Saturday at the finish line at Silver Strand State Beach,” he enthusiastically told…Continue
What is your Coronado Story? What brought you to Coronado?
My dad has been in the Navy for over 20 years as a Seal. He has currently has been promoted to captain so naturally the military has sent my family around the world to places like Germany, Virginia, Kansas, and presently…Continue
Coronado High School’s Art of Giving Club is hosting an art supply drive to benefit teenagers at Promises2Kids’ Polinsky Children’s Center, the county’s only emergency shelter for abused and neglected children. The drive will run March 27th through April 10th, 2012.
Donations of art supplies will help teens transitioning from abusive homes to foster families. Through this drive they will have…Continue
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Call for Art: We want to know if you’re interested!…Continue
El señor Smoky Bayless es un maestro de español en la preparatoria de Coronado. Yo soy muy afortunada de ser una de sus estudiantes en la clase avanzada de español de este maestro único. Tuve la oportunidad de sentarme con mi maestro un día por la mañana antes de empezar el día de clases y platicar sobre su vida.
¡Tiene una historia que podría inspirar a quien lo escuche!
El señor Bayless es en un isleño de tercera generación. Cuando el señor Bayless era…Continue