When it is your job to manage over 400 yearly events at Petco Park since its inception in 2004, you are bound to get to know many of the San Diego Padres — and have favorites. For Coronado resident Rob Arnold, who worked various managerial positions for 17 years within the ballpark, he said he […]
Coronado News and syndicated editorial cartoonist Lisa Benson is the latest to opine how California Gov. Gavin Newsom seems to not care about the massive international sewage crisis affecting Imperial Beach and Coronado.
The Coronado Veterans of Foreign Wars building was packed tight on Sunday night for a campaign visit from Republican presidential candidate and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
What started out as a seemingly innocent reading for kids on June 9 at the Coronado Public Library has snowballed into a community-wide culture war with both sides maintaining they are pushing for “progress.” A key critic of that event and her supporters want the library to adopt two major policy changes regarding children’s books, […]
The event allows community members to say “thank you” to outstanding public servants.
Pete Johnson died last year after a long illness, and his family and friends will pay homage to the gifted surfer, beloved Coronado resident and noted Chart House restaurateur at 9 a.m. on Sept. 30. The event will take place at Shipwreck Beach in Coronado. Surfers will gather on the beach prior to paddling his […]
Don’t miss out on these fun events in the community as September comes to a close and fall is in full swing. The Coronado Public Library is hosting several events, including a book club and an art lecture and painting workshop. And, get ready to “fall into fitness” with Performance Elite’s preview week and free […]
We found Carolyn Rogerson’s Op-Ed “Where are the Democrats in the Sewage Crisis?” to be divisive and uninformed. Our community is 100% united and in common cause to find the answers to this increasing threat to the community – the poisonous sewage closing our beaches and sickening our population. In recent years, this alarming influx […]
The Coronado Optimist Club has named its Pickleball Open on Oct. 14-15 at the Coronado Cays Tennis Center after longtime community resident Bill Parry.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Warner Bros. Discovery is entering the direct-to-consumer live sports market. The company has announced that a sports add-on tier will be available on its Max streaming service beginning Oct. 5. The Bleacher Report Add-On package will offer any sports programming airing on TBS, TNT and TruTV. That includes baseball, NHL and […]
Artificial intelligence tools that can conjure whimsical artwork or realistic-looking images from written commands started wowing the public last year. But most people don’t actually use them at work or home. That could change as leading tech companies are competing to mainstream the use of text-to-image generators for a variety of tasks, integrating them into […]
A short Coronado City Council meeting on Sept. 19 covered updates from Mayor Richard Bailey and Councilwoman Carrie Anne Downey on the Tijuana sewage issue and there was a brief update about electrical charging vehicle spots in Coronado. Bailey during the 40-minute meeting updated city officials on efforts to obtain additional funding for the Tijuana […]
NEW YORK — John Grisham, Jodi Picoult and George R.R. Martin are among 17 authors suing OpenAI for “systematic theft on a mass scale,” the latest in a wave of legal action by writers concerned that artificial intelligence programs are using their copyrighted works without permission. In papers filed Sept. 19 in federal court in New York, […]
The measures to remediate our sewage crisis at the state and federal levels move at a snail’s pace. There are options available to our local governments and agencies, and to voters. Following are some proposals and some thoughts. Otay Mesa II is a fourth Tijuana-San Diego border crossing scheduled to open in 2024 to 2026. […]
The Hotel del Coronado is toasting its 135 year anniversary with a free family-friendly Coronado community event on Oct. 15 that commemorates the rich history of the hotel with a seaside Victorian-inspired carnival. The 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. event will be filled with complimentary entertainment including vintage strolling performers, aerialists, tight-rope walkers, bubble artistry, […]
“‘What do we want? Stop the sewage! When do we want it? Now!’” are the words one teen led in a chant at a second rally protesting sewage in the Pacific Ocean on Sept. 1. “We just had a protest…and we’re gonna do more protests in the future,” Danny Vinegrad told The Coronado News during […]