For you movie buffs and pop culture fans, there’s a fun surprising San Diego/Coronado connection to the Wizard of Oz.
Skip the crowded malls and head to Coronado’s charming Christmas tree-lined main street, Orange Ave., to discover delightful boutique shops and galleries selling all sorts of unique gifts this holiday season.
Spring has sprung! Big white tents are sprouting up like flowers in Spreckels Park, Coronado in preparation for the big 87th Annual Coronado Flower Show this weekend, April 21-22. The delightful kaleidoscope of colors, encompassing the 600 block of Orange Avenue, makes it the most popular springtime event on the island!
One of the favorite things about my job is trying new restaurants and sampling creative mouthwatering cuisine from cultures far and near. Coronado – a bridge away from downtown San Diego – has become a culinary hot spot, making waves with the opening of new restaurants that span the world of dining.
Let your patriotic colors fly this 4th of July – and all weekend long – in Coronado, just across the bridge from downtown San Diego. Coronado’s Independence Day bash is the most popular in San Diego County. The prominent Navy presence on the island is a big reason why. There’s NAS North Island, aircraft carriers […]
The curtain rose last night on a cinematic masterpiece in our midst: the historic Village Theatre in Coronado. The marquee was emblazoned with a kaleidoscope of color promoting the grand opening and premiere of its first film showing, Pixar’s “Cars 2.” The Village sign twinkled like a beacon in the night, beckoning me closer as […]