Coronado Local Business
Local business in Coronado, CA
Yesterday | via PRWeb
Zurple, the leading provider of real estate lead nurturing and conversion software, expands package offering to include low-cost monthly plan. The software enables agents to meet prospect communication expectations and leverage data insights to increase client conversions. Comment?
Yesterday | via Patch.com
Two San Diego motorcycle officers were injured Monday, Sept. 29 -- at least one of them seriously, when they collided on the Silver Strand while riding in a motorcade for a visiting Eastern European head of state. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 23 | via Daily Kos
What is the worst thing that could happen at your wedding? No doubt the question could elicit numerous nightmare scenarios. Well, for a gay couple, high on that list of "worst things that could happen" would be a bunch of bigots yelling "go home homos" right in the middle of the ceremony. Comment?
Monday Sep 22 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
L. Frank Baum at work on his porch at his home in Coronado. - Photo courtesy of the Coronado Historical Society Move over "Wicked" and "Oz the Great and Powerful." Comment?
Thursday Sep 18 | via Hotel Online
Hotel-Online >> News >> Meredith Manee Appointed as Chef De Cuisine of 1500 OCEAN at the Hotel Del Coronado in California September 18, 2014 - Coronado, Calif. - Hotel del Coronado, California's iconic luxury hotel by the sea, today has appointed Meredith Manee as its new Chef de Cuisine of 1500 OCEAN. Comment?
Thursday Sep 18 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
The two-story Kettner Exchange, expected to debut in late September, is the latest high-profile restaurant project to locate in Little Italy. - Sean M. Haffey The two-story Kettner Exchange, expected to debut in late September, is the latest high-profile restaurant project to locate in Little Italy. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 16 | via Uptown San Diego Examiner
Coronado restaurateur David Spatafore is partnering with the McMillin Companies to develop a $3 million sprawling public market out of a 1920s-era warehouse building at Liberty Station in Point Loma. Serving as a one-stop specialty shop as well as a daily farmers market, the concept is reminiscent of similar public markets in other progressive cities such as Napa's Oxbow Public Market, Philadelphia's Reading Terminal Market and Vancouver's Granville Island. Comment?
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