Saturday, July 11, 2020

Movie Reviews

“The Last Full Measure” Focuses on Justice Not Gore

Based on a true story, The Last Full Measure follows Scott Huffman (Sebastian Stan) as he is assigned to review a posthumous case about...

“Dolittle” is Ridiculous but Entertaining

"Days belong to the animals, but the heart belongs to Lilly." So starts the tale of Dolittle (Robert Downey Jr.), a man who isolated...

“1917” is an Experience

1917 is gripping. The plot is simple, Lance Corporal Blake (Dean-Charles Chapman) and his friend Lance Corporal Schofield (George MacKay) need to get a...

“Little Women” Pulls on Your Heart Strings

Every seat was filled during the Little Women showing on Saturday night. The film is based on Louisa May Alcott's 1868 novel. The story...

“Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” Blink and You’ll Miss Something (and Nothing)

The latest installment of the Star Wars saga is Episode IX, The Rise of Skywalker.Before we dive in, here is basic Star Wars 101...

“Bombshell” An All-Star Cast Takes on the 2016 Fox News Scandal

Walking into Bombshell you think you have an idea of what you are going to get, but the truth hits harder. The film follows...

“Parasite” is a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

There's something about watching a thriller and then coming home to any empty house (not counting my 20 pound terrier) that puts me on...

“Pain and Glory” Pushes The Envelope Authentically

"Pain and Glory" covers a range of issues authentically and honestly. Be prepared for full frontal male nudity, many scenes of heroin use, and...

“Dark Waters” Disturbs Our Faith in Corporations

This legal drama will have you thinking twice about the pans you cook with, the carpet your baby crawls on, and the water you...

“Frozen 2” A Cornucopia of Melodies, Magic, and Marvelous Animation

Just in time for the Thanksgiving holidays, Frozen 2 serves up quite the cinematic feast for Disney audiences. Pumpkins, golden-hued leaves, and pink skies brush across...

Hanks Embodies Mr. Rogers in the Neighborhood

The familiar cartoon trolley cruises into view as the sing-along theme song plays in the new A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood movie. At...

“Ford v Ferrari” What a Competition!

This endearing true tale tells the story of how a Detroit assembly line car maker competed at the highest level in racing against the...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Il Fornaio Allowed to Take HALF the Bay Path in Front of Their Building?

Submitted by Mike BarnesThe other day as I walked towards the Ferry Landing, I noticed that Il Fornaio had been allowed to put small...

The Devastating Impact COVID-19 Has Had On My Life

Submitted by Michelle TalleyI'm writing with intentions to share insight into the one of many lives that have been heavily impacted by Covid. I'm...

Historic City Council Accomplishments Improve Coronado

Submitted by Richard Bailey, Mayor, City of CoronadoAs we work collectively here in Coronado, throughout the region, and at the state level to address...

4th of July Heritage

Submitted by Ch, Col (ret) Gary J. ZiccardiI am a Coronado resident since 2016 who served as Navy Surface Warfare Officer for 4 years,...

NEW STORIES

COVID-19 Update from Sharp Coronado Hospital

With the renewed concerns about COVID-19 exposure, we reached out to Sharp Coronado Hospital Chief Executive Officer Susan Stone, PhD RN FACHE, for answers...

Coronado Welcomes USS Theodore Roosevelt Home From Deployment

USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) returned to its homeport at Naval Air Station North Island in Coronado on July 9th, after completing a challenging...

Barbara Haines (1929-2020)

 Coronado lost a very special friend last month. Barbara Haines died June 10, just a week before her 91st birthday. She was the oldest...

Multiple Restaurants Temporarily Close as Workers Test Positive for COVID-19

Update (7/9/20):  The Henry and McP's Irish Pub are back open.Three Coronado restaurants have temporarily closed due to staff members testing positive for COVID-19....

Tracking COVID-19: 63 Total Coronado Cases Since March – Plus San Diego Stats

7/8/20 Editor's Note:  The County of San Diego confirmed that at least one death has been attributed to the 92118 zip code.  The story...