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Amanda posts anti-suicide notes all over San Diego

Today’s Balboa Park, today’s Harbor Island, today’s Little Italy, today’s Pacific Beach

After losing her mother Deb to suicide last year, Amanda turned her grief into something positive, “I will forever cry for my mom but there’s nothing that I can do to bring her back.” Amanda ...

Freedom to preach at Coronado’s First Baptist Church

To be able to preach the gospel even if it’s not politically correct — are of paramount importance

First Baptist Church Contact: 445 C Ave., Coronado 619-435-6588 www.fbcoronado.com Membership: 200 Pastor: Jim Baize Age: 72 Born: Louisville, KY Formation: University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL; Baptist Bible College, Springfield, MO Years Ordained: 47 San ...

Coronado’s Spreckels Mansion: a national controversy for Rebecca Zahau and Max Shacknai

The deaths were respectively ruled an accident and a suicide

By the late 1890s, John Spreckels had become well-established as one of San Diego’s most powerful men. He’d acquired control of the Coronado Beach Company, the Hotel Del Coronado, and the San Diego streetcar system, ...

Maybe Coronado will become a beacon of tiny houses

How they will add 1000 homes without high-rises

Coronado, one of the county's smallest cities, can't see how it will ever meet its share of the region's housing goals. Home to two large Navy bases, the land-locked, built-out, high-priced city was allocated 1,000 ...

Food lives up to the scenery at Feast & Fareway

Golf club restaurant includes a view of the bridge

The Coronado Bridge turned 50 last week, and gazing up at its swerving blue span, I experienced a small jolt of pride that the iconic bridge representing our city is not just another suspension bridge. ...

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Hotel Del

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Early morning kayaking in the Coronado ...

Sunrise at Glorietta Bay, Coronado (taken ...

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