Month: March 2011

716 2nd Street, Coronado 92118 – New Listing Preview (Arlo Nugent – San Diego Real Estate)

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Your opportunity to own an inviting and expansive 4-bedroom home on the enchanted island of Coronado has just arrived at an exceptional value! From the gleaming wooden floors, cut glass doorknobs, and original fireplace hearth, the charm of the home remains intact since it was built in 1944. Detached office / extra bedroom not included in the square feet. This immaculate house is the perfect convergence of serenity & convenience in an A+ location.Home exudes pride in ownership. See supplement for more!Duration : 0:4:9 (more…)

Police Blotter

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The Coronado Police Department reported the following arrests, traffic collisions and crimes as of March 29. If you see a crime, please report it to the police.   Arrests: Petty theft with a prior and committing a felony while out on bail, Escondido male, 28, Naval Air Station North Island, March 25. DUI, San Diego man, 36, 900 block of Orange Avenue, March 28. Theft and conspiracy to commit a crime, juvenile, 16, 1100 block of Orange Avenue, March 24. Theft and conspiracy to commit a crime, Coronado man, 18, 1100 block of Orange Avenue, March 24. Outside warrant, Escondido man, 33, 1700 block of Glorietta Plaza, March 22. DUI, San Diego woman, 49, 1300 block of First Street, March 22. Possession of drug paraphernalia and

1200 Park Ave. Project – Affordable Housing Development Corporation – Business Promotional Video

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Here's an example of one of our earlier business promo videos, this one for two clients partnered up: Affordable Housing Development Corporation and Ashwood Construction. They're a duo of companies that build interesting, inviting apartment buildings for people at all income levels to afford. You can find Ashwood on the web here: http://www.ashwoodco.com If you've got a business, project, product or organization you'd like to have a promo video created for, come on over and talk to us: http://RocketSpots.tv Some words which might help you find this video again during an internet search: Affordable Housing Development Corporation, AHDC, Peter Herzog, Eulalia Coronado, 1200 Park Avenue, 1200 Park Ave., Billy Cox, Marion Ciriscioli, Dennis McLaughlin, City of Chico Housing Manager, Apartm...

Fueling a Healthier Coronado, One Smoothie at a Time

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These days, we're bombarded by countless buzzwords for healthy living—words like organic, all natural and green. With food and beverage purveyors everywhere hopping on the aforementioned bandwagon, the lines are sometimes blurred as to who is actually footing the consumer bill of health. At a time when clarity is hard to come by, Fuel Juice Bar is bringing defined, quality health food to Coronado. And it’s employing environmentally conscious, family-business practices to boot. “We're filling a real niche in Coronado,” said Nina McDonald, Fuel’s founder. The concept started when McDonald’s daughter mentioned Coronado High School students were venturing over the bridge to buy smoothies—evidence of a demand for substantial, nutritious and fast meal options. When the Fuel

Week in Review

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Here are the top Coronado stories for the week of March 20. In breaking news: Fire Department Called to Marina on Silver Strand; Boat Sinks from Damage Aztecs Can't Keep the Magical Hoop Season Going In Navy news: USS Abraham Lincoln Finishes Six-Month Deployment, Returns to Coronado Explosives Used in Navy Training off Coronado Tied to Dolphin Deaths In lifestyle: Five Parks to Picnic Lucky for us in Coronado, different varieties of tomatoes are available practically year-round Four Great Day Trips Just Off the Island Sing Along with the Boston Pops Without Leaving Coronado Facts about the heart condition that was responsible for the death of a Hollywood icon Tent City chef's stirs keeps them guessing   Crime wat

When It Comes to Soup, Variety is the Spice of Life

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There is an Old Spanish saying, “Between soup and love, the first is better.” That translation is certainly open for debate, but there seems to be no debate about the quality of soups being prepared daily at Tent City Restaurant.   Each day chef Kasey Chapman arrives before the sun to prepare a special, homemade soup for his customers. Certainly, the most heard question at Tent City Restaurant is, “What’s the soup today?”   Chapman is an unlikely candidate to be on the receiving end of such culinary praise. The 29-year-old former Coronado student admits he would rather be playing with his 7-year-old daughter than cooking at such an early hour, and yet, those who know him realize how seriously he takes his profession as a culinary chef.   Moving through a small kitchen amon

A Great Escape that Reminds Us to Be Thankful

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It's spring break! Is everyone enjoying their time off? I know I am. It's weeks like this that remind me of how lucky I am to live in such a beautiful place. Seeing all the spring break tourists in town reminds me that some families save all year to visit our little town. In fact, most will never get a chance to see our slice of paradise. I am truly grateful to live the life I have. In honor of those that are not so fortunate, this week's Great Escape isn't about getting away from the house and taking time for ourselves. It's about giving our time to someone else.  Did you know 49.5 percent of children in public school in San Diego County utilize the schools' Free and Reduced Price Lunch program? That's almost half the children in the San Diego County public school system. Half