Friday, August 14, 2020
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What’s On the Menu? Vintage Items from Coronado Eateries

The Coronado Library will host a talk by author, food-blogger and culinary historian, Martin Lindsay on Thursday, October 3 at 6:30 p.m. in the...

CHA Coffee & Conversations “Federal Projects”

Between 1940 and 1945, the small city of Coronado grew to over 25,000 residents. WWII brought servicemen, their families, and those who found work...

Annual Preservation Month Symposium

May is National Preservation Month. A free Historic Preservation Symposium with noted architect Ione Stiegler, FAIA, presenting “Reconstructing the Past: Peeling Back Layers on the Sikes Adobe Farmstead, Warner's Ranch, and Many More Historic Sites" will be held on May 30.

Eyewitness to History: Lou de Beer to Speak

Lou de Beer, a recipient of the Coronado Avenue of Heroes Award, will present a personal account of his WWII and Korean War experiences....

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 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

Alexia Palacios-Peters for School Board

Submitted by Emily Foster I am thrilled to see that Alexia Palacios-Peters is running for CUSD School Board. I’ve worked with her in several organizations,...

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...

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Artist Profile: Ken Fitzgerald

For Coronado resident Ken Fitzgerald, music has been a lifetime devotion. As the principal trumpeter in the La Jolla Symphony Orchestra, Ken has played...

Paradise on a Trike

Paradise Trike Tours isn't just a popular activity for cruise ship guests to San Diego but an ideal excursion for area residents as well as other...

Artist Profile: Asante Sefa-Boakye

Asante Sefa-Boakye is a lifetime Coronado resident who is committed to changing the world one day at a time...Certified in a program to help...

Back to School with Distance Learning: Computers, Internet Access & Desk Space

The August “back to school” season is very different this year as all Coronado Unified School District (CUSD) schools prepare to start the school...

Anne and Rick Wilcoxon – Emerald Keepers of the Month

Five or six times a week, Coronado residents and Emerald Keepers Anne and Rick Wilcoxon can be found along Ocean Boulevard or on either...