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2019 Coronado Historic Home Tour: 50th Grand Jubilee

The Coronado Historical Association’s annual Coronado Historic Home Tour will again be held on Mother’s Day—this year on Sunday, May 12. In celebration of...

Coronado Historical Association Holds 50th Anniversary Gala

This past Saturday, March 2nd, the Coronado Historical Association held its annual Gala in the Crown Room of the Hotel Del. It was a special...

Del Master Plan: Bringing Back the Past for The Del’s Future

As the $200 million expansion and restoration get into full swing, you can’t help but notice more fences being erected around The Del. As...

Coronado Historical Association Celebrates 50 Years

Notice anything different around town lately? If you've traveled down Orange near Tenth during the evening hours this past week, we hope you didn't...

Crown City Revisited

Submitted by Bruce A. HaakWe moved to Coronado in the early 1960s. It was but one in a long series of frequent moves facilitated...

Local Artist Unveils Spreckels Portrait at 100 Year Celebration

The Lamb's Players Theatre hosted a celebration honoring 100 years of Coronado's iconic Spreckels Building on Jan. 26. During the celebration, guest speakers paid...

Is Coronado an Island, Peninsula or a Tombolo?

Written by, and republished with permission of, Daron Case. This week we have been burning through geologists trying to determine whether Coronado is an island,...

Hansen House Receives Historical Designation

The Historic Resource Commission of the City of Coronado recently affirmed GenerateHope’s newly-leased transition home as an official historic resource based on a thorough...

Coronado Historical Association Hosts Kingston Trio Tribute by Lion Sons

More than 225 people gathered Saturday night at the Coronado Golf Course Clubhouse for a 1960s “flashback night” at a Coronado-centric music party honoring...

Coronado Historical Association Honors Two of Its Own

Well over 130 people crowded into Susan Keith’s rambling, Spanish revival house on Tolita Avenue Friday evening. They were there to honor Bruce Linder,...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Action Plan on Racism vs Insulated and Isolated White Community

Submitted by Pam WilsonCoronado Unified intends to present its Action Plan on Racism at their August 13 board meeting. This plan is in response...

Money Shamefully Spent

Submitted by Barry AustinAm I the only one to feel outraged that the Mayor and Council, under cover of restricted public involvement, gave away...

More Questions Than Answers

Submitted by Carolyn RogersonThere are days when I cannot believe the vitriol to be read on the pages of Coronado publications or online. I...

Tim Rohan Announces Candidacy for City Council

Submitted by Tim RohanEvents of the past few weeks have spurred me into action. I see a Council that is out of touch with...

NEW STORIES

Jack and Grace Creatively Raise Funds for CSF During Pandemic

Coronado kids Jack and Grace Elardo began their business Jack and Grace's Pop-Up Stand four years ago when they were in 3rd and 4th...

Local Voices: Coronado Picture-Perfect from the Outside; Not Always So Pretty for a Person of Color

Esme Ronis knew that she was different from the rest of her family. Born in La Paz, Mexico, and adopted by a white family,...

Tim Rohan Announces Candidacy for City Council

Submitted by Tim RohanEvents of the past few weeks have spurred me into action. I see a Council that is out of touch with...

Sue Tushingham McNary (1937-2020)

Sue Tushingham McNary, an internationally renowned artist, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, great grandmother, and loyal friend, passed away peacefully on Monday morning, August 3, 2020,...

Grand Caribe Shoreline Park Temporarily Closed by Port of San Diego

Prioritizing public health, and in alignment with COVID-19 State and County public health orders, Grand Caribe Shoreline Park in the Coronado Cays will be...