The Coronado City Council deliberated on Nov. 21 regarding the process to determine whether a person’s property is a historic home.
Diane Ladd, who attended the Coronado Island Film Festival and was this year’s Legacy Award honoree, shared her passion for her film during an interview with The Coronado News.
The feature film is “Past Lives,” the directorial debut of Celine Song, and an A24 production.
Coronado High School senior Hayden Ellinger premieres his WWI period piece “With Valor” at the Coronado Island Film Festival.
The start of the Coronado Island Film Festival was marked with good food and music to kickoff the long weekend. celebration.
It’s going to start costing a bit more to play at one of the best golf courses in California, with rates going up at least 15%.
The screening will take place Nov. 12 at 4 p.m. at the Coronado Performing Arts Center with a pre-party with Vans and Wahoo’s Fish Tacos preceding the film at 2:30 p.m.
Coronado’s Scott Harris has won this year’s International Masters Regatta held in San Diego. The event lasted three days, from Oct. 20-22, with Harris pulling the win on the very last day. Harris jokes that this event is known as the “old man version” of races because drivers of the sailboat have to be over […]
Happy November 1st, friends! It’s Madeline. 🙂 I missed you guys! Feels like it’s been forever, even if I was just in your inbox two weeks ago. So, a little about me, I start celebrating Christmas once Halloween is over…yes I’m that girl. If you see me driving around town with Mariah Carey playing on […]
The Coronado Historical Association will be hosting a panel on Nov. 16 to dive into the history of the Underwater Demolition Team and SEAL Teams One and Two as they approach their 62nd anniversary.
Longtime Coronado resident and lawyer Matthew Herron had his case dismissed in late October against the Coronado Yacht Club for not allowing public access to the facility that overlooks Glorietta Bay on Strand Way. Herron represented himself in a suit filed earlier this year against the Coronado Yacht Club and the Port of San Diego, […]
Film historian and critic Leonard Maltin shares highlights from his illustrious career with The Coronado News.
The Avenue of Heroes ceremony will be returning this year to Coronado on Saturday, Nov. 4. Founded in 2014, the program was started by Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2422, the Third & Fourth Streets Neighborhood Association, the Coronado Historical Association and city officials. The Avenue of Heroes is a military service recognition program sponsored […]
The Coronado City Council voted unanimously to add 912 state-mandated housing units or face steep fines at its Oct. 18 meeting that attracted an overflow crowd of residents with several opposed to the deal.
Carolynn Towbin is a woman of many ventures in life. She’s a meditation teacher, life coach, motorcar dealer and honorary chair of the Coronado Island Film Festival, which runs Nov. 8-12. Towbin over a Zoom interview sits in her chair in her Las Vegas office where she’s run Towbin Automotive for the last 35 years […]
The slight smell of sunscreen wafts through the air, coming in and out of the breeze as it brings with it the smell of crispy hot dogs and warm chili. With 77 degrees and not a cloud in sight, it was a perfect day for the Hotel del Coronado’s very first carnival on Sunday. And […]