Friday, September 20, 2019

Throwback Thursday: 1958 Marilyn Monroe Filming “Some Like it...

Many thanks to San Diego CBS/CW (News 8) for alerting The Coronado Times to...

Feast & Fareway Announces New Date-Night Menu Deal

Tee up for your next big date night and take a swing at Feast &...

End of Summer Happy Hour Social at the Spreckels...

Do you love live music and tasty appetizers? Then you will love the Spreckels...

Coronado Brewing Debuts Third Beer in 2019 Art Series:...

Coronado Brewing Company is releasing Tiki Sunset Sour, the third installment of its 2019 Art...

Recipe: Bacon Wrapped Potato Poppers

It's football season and that means family gatherings and lots of delicious appetizers and...

Pets of the Week: Mari and Lily, Bonded Siamese...

Add Mari and Lily to your Garden! Mari and Lily are two beautiful Siamese cats...

ENTERTAINMENT

Doug St. Denis Shares Her Excitement About the Coronado Island Film Festival

Doug St. Denis shares how all roads in her life have led to the Coronado...

La Salsa Coronado Location Closing After 30 Years

On Monday morning, September 9, a handwritten sign on the door announced an unscheduled late...

Armchair Travel: The Taj Mahal

On Tuesday, September 17 at 5:30 pm, the ever-popular Armchair Travel program returns for a...

Maretalia to Host First Annual OysterFest on Sept. 14

With the summertime hustle winding down on the island of Coronado, Maretalia is looking to...

New San Diego Air Routes Open to Central California and Oregon

San Diego International Airport (SAN) will soon offer nonstop service to San Luis Obispo and...

“It Chapter Two” – A Marvel of Metafiction and Macabre for the 1980s Grownup

More unsettling than terrifying, the follow-up adaptation of Stephen King’s It novel, is a “meta”...

REAL ESTATE

COMMUNITY

Are U.S. Interest Rates Headed to Zero?

A Bizarre Financial Landscape If you walk into Jyske Bank A/S in Copenhagen in search of...

Coronado Pumpkin Patch Coming Soon to the Ferry Landing

At this point, there are few times I feel the need to leave the island....

Coronado Chamber of Commerce Invites Public to Attend September Sundowner at Miguel’s

It’s a night to network at Miguel’s! Join the Chamber of Commerce for their September...

Brant Sarber is Keeping Costa Azul Alive – Set to Open in New Location Soon

Costa Azul will be opening at Ferry Landing, located at 1201 1st Street.

Resume Workshop at the Coronado Library on Sept. 19

“The right resume can open a door for you and your career that you didn’t...

Emerald Keepers Awards The Coronado Times as Emerald Green, Ocean Blue

The Coronado Times is proud to be an Emerald Green, Ocean Blue business. Our online...

OBITUARIES

Captain Donald B Edge USN (Ret) (1922-2019)

Donald B Edge, Captain, USN (Ret.) March 23, 1922 - August 28, 2019 Captain Donald B Edge,...

Russ Elwell, Coronado Lifeguard (1934-2019)

 Russell Elwell passed away May 23 after a long illness. He died in a hospice...

Virginia Killingsworth (1932-2019)

If we were pressed to bestow titles on Virginia and Bill Killingsworth, one might be,...

Leland Orr (1996-2019) – Celebration Service is May 31st

Leland Richard Orr of Austin, TX passed away early Friday morning, May 24th in Austin,...

Glenn Ayres (1942-2019)

The man on the dance floor seemed to float on air. He moved his partner...

Obituary: Kevin Michael Ward (1961-2019)

Kevin Michael Ward, born September 28, 1961 in Lansdale, PA passed to God’s Kingdom on...
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Lesford Duncan Shares the Outdoor Outreach Mission & Military Initiative

Lesford Duncan shares Outdoor Outreach's mission to connect youth, particularly military families, to the transformative power of the outdoors, and welcomes the Coronado community...

Coronado Culinary Crafters: Gaby Castro Creates Botko Plant-Based Products

As far back as her teenage years, Gaby Castro remembers being aware of the importance of healthy eating. She and her twin sister, Daniela,...

Gorgeous Garden Party for a Great Cause

Walking and biking were the preferred mode of transportation for guests to arrive at the 28th annual Coronado MainStreet’s Garden Party. More than 300...

Curbing Mobile Use: How CUSD Handles Smart Devices

Coronado High School “Islanders” returned to the academic year with a new policy instituted: No More Cell Phones in Backpacks. Now students must place their...

Cops and Robbers: Vandalized Vending Machine Leads to $3,000 Replacement Cost

Thanks to the Coronado Police Department for providing The Coronado Times with the below information (partial list): Crimes: 8/28/19: Criminal Threats near 600 block of Orange...