Lois Land is a true inspiration and a treasure to her Coronado neighborhood. She attended the Centenarian event at the Coronado Public Library on July 21, where she shared a bit about her journey to 100 years old. And she recently visited with The Coronado News about her life of perseverance. Land was born in […]
Treasure Zimmerman, a spry 103-Coronado resident, shares how she became a trans-continental pilot after WW II.
Nikky T grew up loving to perform in competitions and talent shows, and the singer and songwriter now is co-owner of The Purp Studio in Los Angeles, a place it calls home for artists, producers, engineers and songwriters to “indulge their passions.”
It was a standing room only at the Coronado Public Library on July 21 in the Winn room when Coronado centenarians shared their wisdom and key to living a long happy life.
Author, radio host, baker, rug operator and Optimist club member. Meet Coronado’s Cynthia Kosciuczyk, a modern day jack of all trades.
Veterans, families and youth organizations came together Monday morning under gray skies in Star Park to honor men and women – and especially members of SEAL Team 6 – who sacrificed their lives serving in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Chef Anthony Pascale never thought of coming to Coronado until a high school friend recommended coming to the island. Then he was hooked.
International chess Grandmaster Vasif Durarbayli was on hand for the fifth annual San Diego-Azerbaijan Youth Chess Tournament on May 20 at the Coronado Library.
The Coronado Fourth of July celebration – now in its 74th year – has a full day of free activities for families.
Cathy Brown, originally from Cape Cod, got a job offer in 1995 to come to San Diego to be the marketing and sales director for New Directions and Lifestyles, which had six summer programs at UCSD that mostly focused on fitness and weight loss. Previously Brown said she had tried everything: She was a radio […]
The 101st Coronado Flower Show took place this past weekend and brightened up the community with happiness and liveliness. Spreckels Park was transformed into a spectacular show with a smell of fresh flowers that radiated throughout the courtyard. And live music played in the middle of the scene. “I loved the music they had. It […]
The Coronado Flower Show enters a new century as the 101st show is April 15 and 16, at Spreckels Park, 601 Orange Ave.
Ivy Weston, Senior Librarian for Programs, Outreach & Marketing at the Coronado Public Library, is hard at work coordinating events. Weston has held this position for two years in May, but has been a librarian since 2007, and she has a master’s degree in Information Science. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Weston was living and working in […]
Christ Church Day School will host its fundraising gala on April 22, with a James Bond 007 themed event at the Coronado Island Marriott Resort & Spa.
The Coronado Girl Scout troop, also known as Troop 1, was the inaugural group in San Diego, starting in 1917.
Vibrant and lively is Laurie McCormick’s home in the Coronado Cays. Every photograph tells 1,000 words and the astounding collection of miniatures is captivating. McCormick has always had an interest in photography and has collected miniatures for as long as she can remember. College days in Boston During the early 1970s, she lived in a […]