Monday, August 3, 2020

Brad Willis

Brad Willis
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Brad Willis is an author and retired network news foreign correspondent who has worked in Afghanistan, Iraq, Africa, Latin America and Asia. He has received national and international awards for compassionate journalism and for his war coverage. Brad is longtime Coronado resident who also Commissioner of Public Art for the City of Coronado. Send news tips or story ideas to: manager@coronadotimes.com

Coronado Public Library Director Shaun Briley: Today’s Library…

In our era of high tech, public libraries are transitioning from simply being resources for reference materials and books to cultural destinations where visitors...

Artists Spotlight as CoSA Presents “As You Like It”

CoSA Director Kim Strassburger's adaptation of Shakespeare's "As You Like It" at the Coronado Performing Arts Center of CoSA showcases several young stage performers...

Penny Rothschild, the Joy of Art

Artist Penny Rothschild owns the Emerald C Gallery in Coronado and provides a host of art classes and exhibitions. One of her true joys...

Mariah Gillespie Shares Why Music Brings Her Joy

Mariah Gillespie is the head of Arts Education and Musical Arts for the Coronado Cultural Arts Commission. She holds a BA in Music from...

Jamie Edmonds Shares Why Labyrinths are his Passion

Retired Coronado firefighter and paramedic Jamie Edmonds now devotes his life to promoting healing and creating joy through the art of drawing labyrinths. Walking...

Sneak Peek at Coronado’s Talent 2020

Coronado’s Talent annual show will be held at the Coronado Performing Arts Center at Coronado High School on February 22. It will showcase a...

Sneak Peek at the Coronado Playhouse Upcoming Musical: Matilda

The Tony Award-winning Matilda The Musical is a captivating masterpiece from the Royal Shakespeare Company that revels in the anarchy of childhood, the power...

Ibrahim AL Nashashibi, What Moves Your Soul?

Born in Jerusalem, with a Muslim father and a Jewish grandmother, Ibrahim AL Nashashibi spent years practicing law. He subsequently immigrated to the United...

Jeff Tyler and the Arts in Coronado

After eight years of serving on the Coronado Cultural Arts Commission, his final four years as Chairman, Jeff Tyler is retiring come the new...

Neighbors Across the Bridge: Barrio Logan Street Art

Across the bridge from Coronado is the vibrant Latino community of Barrio Logan bustling with entrepreneurs and artists. In this first of a "Neighbors...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Nick Kato Announces Candidacy for School Board

Submitted by Nick KatoDear Friends and Neighbors,I am writing to introduce myself to you as I begin my campaign for a seat on the...

Stacy Keszei Annouces Candidacy for School Board

Submitted by Stacy KeszeiDear Fellow Coronado Residents,I am proud to announce my candidacy for Coronado Unified School District Trustee. As a Coronado Village resident,...

The Mob Comes for Crown Manor

Submitted by Ryan C.It wasn’t long after I moved to Coronado that I heard about an infamous local Facebook group. A new acquaintance of...

Whitney Antrim Announces Candidacy for School Board

Submitted by Whitney N. Antrim Dear Friends and Neighbors,I am excited to announce my candidacy for a seat on the Coronado Unified School Board. I...

NEW STORIES

Nick Kato Announces Candidacy for School Board

Submitted by Nick KatoDear Friends and Neighbors,I am writing to introduce myself to you as I begin my campaign for a seat on the...

Stacy Keszei Annouces Candidacy for School Board

Submitted by Stacy KeszeiDear Fellow Coronado Residents,I am proud to announce my candidacy for Coronado Unified School District Trustee. As a Coronado Village resident,...

Bluewater Boathouse Adds Temporary Tent City to Accommodate Outdoor Dining

Known as much for its historical charm as its fresh seafood, steaks and dining over the water, Bluewater Boathouse Seafood Grill will reopen after...

Election Season: How to Run for City Council or CUSD Board & Who’s Running

Current events are emotionally and politically charged right now. For those who are ready to take action, now is the time. Whether you want...

Whitney Benzian Reflects on City Council Experience

Whitney Benzian will not be running for reelection on the Coronado City Council, describing the difficult decision he has been thinking about for a...