Riley Pittman of Woodbridge High wasn’t too sure about starting out in water polo as a youngster.
Irvine is still offering summer activities before fall hits.
On a recent visit to the OC Farm Bureau’s Farmers Market at Mariners Church in Irvine, more than 100 vendors awaited, selling everything from grass-fed beef to homemade goat-milk soap.
“It’s the first time in eight years that anyone has offered me hope. It’s an answer to a prayer that I have had.” – Katia Bergstrom
Katie Kristof works at Edwards Lifesciences, maker of the heart valve that saved her father’s life.
At University Center and Spectrum Center, Tender Greens’ salads will make you proud of yourself.
Pressed Juicery’s revolutionary plant-based soft-serve is made from real fruits, nuts and vegetables and features several flavors, including chocolate, strawberry and vanilla.
At Los Olivos Marketplace, Puesto offers patio dining with a menu that includes ceviche and gluten-free bowls.
Eating healthy comes down to this: making smart choices. Bita Hirsa, a registered dietitian and health educator at Kaiser Permanente’s Center for Healthy Living, explains.
Irvine’s open space is valued for its beauty. And increasingly, it is valued as a therapy – an antidote to stress and anxiety.