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Saturday, September 19, 2020

Equal Justice Series Continues with Dr. Abdimalik Buul

On September 5, 2020, the Coronado Democratic Club was privileged to present the 4th in its series of discussion workshops on Equal Justice. Dr. Abdimalik Buul presented a Zoom program on Racism: What’s Really Going On…And What We Can Do? Dr. Buul shared practical tools for identifying and transcending forms of bias, micro-aggressions, and racism. He […] The post Equal Justice Series Continues with Dr. Abdimalik Buul appeared first on Coronado Times.

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Jayne’s Gastopub Ends 13-Year Run on 30th Street

Courtesy photo The beloved eatery has decided not to reopen In truly sad news, Jayne’s Gastropub has announced that it will not be...

Little Italy and Kearny Mesa Expanding Outdoor Dining Program

Little Italy Association Get ready for more streetside dining With restaurants now limited to outdoor dining, expect to see a massive uptick in...

Waypoint Public Prepares to Exit North Park

Courtesy photo The 30th Street eatery is up for sale One of the foundational restaurants on North Park’s craft beer corridor, operating since...

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How a Local Distillery Is Weathering the Pandemic on the Latest Eater/NBC Podcast

Yuseff Cherney joins us to talk about things have shifted at Cutwater Spirits In the fifth episode of the “Scene in San Diego Featuring...

The Little Club Awaits a Safe Reopening

Staff at The Little Club Following Protocol, Photo: The Little Club Facebook Page While many businesses have suffered due to COVID-19, some have remained closed...

Bars, Breweries, Wineries to Close Again in San Diego County

San Diego region bars, wineries and breweries without a license to serve food will need to close to prevent community outbreaks of COVID-19 and...

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John Duncan Dreams Big: City Council Candidate Talks Housing, Beach Pollution, Tourism and Diversity

For John Duncan–who’s running for Coronado City Council–it was all a dream. In 2006, before he lived here full-time, Duncan rented a historic home on the island with his wife and four children. He recalls having the “best time” on the beach with his kids. A self-professed night owl, he remembers locking up the house […] The post John Duncan Dreams Big: City Council Candidate Talks Housing, Beach Pollution, Tourism and Diversity appeared first on Coronado Times.

A Chance to Show Appreciation for Coronado’s First Responders

In a grass roots effort to lift the spirits of first responders who are giving so much during these tumultuous times, Coronado residents Alma Kostenko, Elizabeth Bruhin, and Harmony Kai were inspired to start collecting gift cards, merchandise, gifts, and food items from local merchants to present to our first responders. “We wanted to show […] The post A Chance to Show Appreciation for Coronado’s First Responders appeared first on Coronado Times.

Strong Support for Nick Kato for Coronado School Board

Submitted by Jon Palmieri & Cara Clancy We are writing to affirm our strong support for Nick Kato for Coronado School Board. Having lived in Coronado for almost two decades and put three of our children through Coronado schools, we have watched the evolution of our district, and can’t remember a time fraught with so […] The post Strong Support for Nick Kato for Coronado School Board appeared first on Coronado Times.

Celebrate “92118 Day” Anniversary by Wearing Your Coronado Gear

It’s been two years since thousands of Coronado residents took part in the first-ever, centennial zip code celebration for Coronado: 92118 Day (9-21-18). This Monday, 9-21-20, we are encouraging Coronado locals to wear their 92118 t-shirts, hats, medals, ribbons or any other Coronado gear that represents our community. Share your 92118 Day memories on social […] The post Celebrate “92118 Day” Anniversary by Wearing Your Coronado Gear appeared first on Coronado Times.

Short Council Meeting Focused on Awards and COVID-19 Business Accommodations

For the first time in months, the City Council began its September 15 meeting with a ceremonial presentation to proclaim “Arts in Education Week” September 13 to 19, 2020. Mayor Richard Bailey presented the proclamation to Kelly Purvis, Sr. Management Analyst/Arts and Culture, who said, “Not even a pandemic can stop the arts. Art has […] The post Short Council Meeting Focused on Awards and COVID-19 Business Accommodations appeared first on Coronado Times.

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Sharp HealthCare Collaborates with Amazon and Cerner to Give Sharp Customers Early Access to Amazon Halo

Sharp HealthCare, and its health insurance subsidiary Sharp Health Plan, will be the first health system to have early access to Amazon Halo. As announced by Amazon in August, Amazon Halo combines a membership with Amazon Halo Band to provide a new approach to improving health and wellness by bringing together science-backed tools that provide a more complete […] The post Sharp HealthCare Collaborates with Amazon and Cerner to Give Sharp Customers Early Access to Amazon Halo appeared first on Coronado Times.

Assessing Your Stress: An Important First Step to Finding The Relief You Need

With everything going on in the world right now, it is no surprise that many of us may be feeling particularly on edge and stressed. If you are finding yourself having trouble relaxing, focusing, or getting things done, it might be time to evaluate your sources and symptoms of stress. Taking the time to assess […] The post Assessing Your Stress: An Important First Step to Finding The Relief You Need appeared first on Coronado Times.

Relief From the Heat

The city is welcoming community members 50+ and adults with underlying health conditions to get some relief from the heat. Sit in a cool room and enjoy a film while taking respite at the Coronado Community Center or Coronado Public Library. Patrons will be required to maintain social distance, wear a mask, wash hands or sanitize […] The post Relief From the Heat appeared first on Coronado Times.

The Most Important Two Minutes of Your Day

Take Good Care of Your Body, Your Mouth Included. It’s the Only Place You Have to Live: A Dental Health Series by Dr. Natalie Bailey and Dr. Suzanne Popp of Advanced Dentistry Welcome back! Last week, we discussed how staying healthy during the pandemic doesn’t just mean avoiding infection with COVID-19. If you missed it, check […] The post The Most Important Two Minutes of Your Day appeared first on Coronado Times.

Tracking COVID-19: 156 Total Coronado Cases Since March – Plus San Diego Stats

The 156 Coronado positive COVID-19 cases are cumulative since March 2020; and these reported cases are split between Coronado residential zip code (92118) and...

Caring for Aging Loved Ones During the Pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has turned the way we have traditionally done business on its head. Looking for skilled nursing, assisted living, in-home...

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John Duncan Dreams Big: City Council Candidate Talks Housing, Beach Pollution, Tourism and Diversity

For John Duncan–who’s running for Coronado City Council–it was all a dream. In 2006, before he lived here full-time, Duncan rented a historic home on the island with his wife and four children. He recalls having the “best time” on the beach with his kids. A self-professed night owl, he remembers locking up the house […] The post John Duncan Dreams Big: City Council Candidate Talks Housing, Beach Pollution, Tourism and Diversity appeared first on Coronado Times.

A Chance to Show Appreciation for Coronado’s First Responders

In a grass roots effort to lift the spirits of first responders who are giving so much during these tumultuous times, Coronado residents Alma Kostenko, Elizabeth Bruhin, and Harmony Kai were inspired to start collecting gift cards, merchandise, gifts, and food items from local merchants to present to our first responders. “We wanted to show […] The post A Chance to Show Appreciation for Coronado’s First Responders appeared first on Coronado Times.

Strong Support for Nick Kato for Coronado School Board

Submitted by Jon Palmieri & Cara Clancy We are writing to affirm our strong support for Nick Kato for Coronado School Board. Having lived in Coronado for almost two decades and put three of our children through Coronado schools, we have watched the evolution of our district, and can’t remember a time fraught with so […] The post Strong Support for Nick Kato for Coronado School Board appeared first on Coronado Times.

Celebrate “92118 Day” Anniversary by Wearing Your Coronado Gear

It’s been two years since thousands of Coronado residents took part in the first-ever, centennial zip code celebration for Coronado: 92118 Day (9-21-18). This Monday, 9-21-20, we are encouraging Coronado locals to wear their 92118 t-shirts, hats, medals, ribbons or any other Coronado gear that represents our community. Share your 92118 Day memories on social […] The post Celebrate “92118 Day” Anniversary by Wearing Your Coronado Gear appeared first on Coronado Times.

Short Council Meeting Focused on Awards and COVID-19 Business Accommodations

For the first time in months, the City Council began its September 15 meeting with a ceremonial presentation to proclaim “Arts in Education Week” September 13 to 19, 2020. Mayor Richard Bailey presented the proclamation to Kelly Purvis, Sr. Management Analyst/Arts and Culture, who said, “Not even a pandemic can stop the arts. Art has […] The post Short Council Meeting Focused on Awards and COVID-19 Business Accommodations appeared first on Coronado Times.

COVID-19 and Flu Shot Update From Sharp Coronado Hospital

Six months after the county shut down in response the coronavirus in mid-March, Sharp Coronado CEO Susan Stone shares what the COVID-19 numbers currently look like in Coronado. Addressing recent news coverage reporting Coronado showing an abnormally high number of cases among youth ages 10-19, Stone said that numbers for this age group have not […] The post COVID-19 and Flu Shot Update From Sharp Coronado Hospital appeared first on Coronado Times.