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Tom Fries is currently a Program Manager at General Atomics Aeronautical. Recently transitioned from Marine Corps active duty, his last position was the Chief of Staff and Executive Officer at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, San Diego, CA. During his Marine Corps career, Tom worked as a Program Manager for the Joint Strike Fighter.Read more›
National Winners Marianne Akre, Emily Haun, AmeLia and Maren Hawley, Alexa Kroger and John Van Lare, students of local music teacher Jacquelin Erwin, have been awarded tHe highest honors and membership In the NationAl, Fraternity of Student Musicians sponsored by the National Guild of Piano Teachers.Read more›
Marion Frederickson is a San Diego based low flutes specialsit and educator, She will play a forest of flutes; alto, bass, contr'alto and contrabass flutes with pianist, John Mark Harris at the Coronado Library. John Mark Harris has performed as a solotist and chamber musicican throughout the United States and abroad.Read more›
"True Tails from the Dog Park" authors Max and Luther will be at Wag N Tails to sign their new book, accompanying Max and Luther will be their owners, Kari Sherman and Carey Laubenberg. This book is based on experiences at the local dog park, as told through the eyes of Max and Luther.Read more›
Jazz Guitarist Peter Sprague will headline the Jazz on the Green Concert to be played at the Coronado Cays, Saturday, July 18 at 5 p.m. The event is part of the city’s CC125 Celebration. Sprague will be joined by two vocalists and four musicians including his brother Tripp on saxophone and flute. The concert will be held between the Cays Tennis Courts and the Coronado Fire Station.Read more›
Kathryn Holt a local Feng Shui advisor will conduct a free workshop on Feng Shui at the Coronado Library entitled, "How to Capture New Opportunities Using Feng Shui." Ancient Chinese wisdom contends ther are three types luck that influence your life, they are: Heaven Luck = favorable, timing: Human Luck = your attitude and perservance; and Earth Luck = creating a healthy and supportive living space. During this informative lecture you'll learn how to tap into the Trinity of Luck to capture new opportunities.Read more›
Several ambitious Coronado teens have taken on the San Diego International Fringe Festival with their one act play showing the ridiculousness of the extremes of society. "My Big Fat Gay Wedding" opens July 25th at the CHS Black Box and is written, produced and directed by 2 CoSA students and 2 CoSA alumni.
The parents and wedding guests represent the extremes of society, while the grooms seem to be the only normal ones at the wedding. In this farce, the grooms have to balance liberal and conservative stereotypes and prejudices to get through their wedding. With political humor and outrageous characters, the show is guaranteed to provide laughs for everyone.
The show runs about 1 hour starting at 6 p.m. on July 25th, 26th, 31st and August 1st and 2nd.
Please show your support for these students. Tickets ($10) and a 1-time purchase of the required SD Fringe Festival Tags ($5) are available at http://sdfringe.ticketleap.com/big-fat-gay-wedding/. Tickets and tags will also be available at the door.
Like the FB page to stay up to date on the show https://www.facebook.com/MBFGW.
You can learn more about the San Diego International Fringe Festival at http://www.sdfringe.org.
The first of many commemorative items in celebration of Coronado’s 125th Anniversary is available to purchase. Coronado’s University Blanket and Flag Co. has designed and produced a flag to commemorate this milestone. The 125 flag bears the Coronado 125 logo. The flags will be flown on Orange Avenue beginning in August as the city counts down 125 days to the actual date of incorporation on December 11, 2015. Flags are available at Coronado Hardware Glass and Paint at 140 Orange Avenue and University Blanket and Flag Company at 1111 Orange Avenue, Unit C or their website at http://ubflag.com/products/coronado. Own a piece of Coronado history!Read more›