Seeing the community come together this holiday season – hiking on trails or strolling through retail centers with family and friends – is especially rewarding knowing that 50 years ago next week, Irvine formally incorporated as a city.
Each December, Tina Anderson works 12-16 hours a day – as a volunteer. That’s what it takes to organize a holiday party for over 750 Marines and their families.
Catcher is Stanford bound Northwood High Timberwolves’ catcher Allison Morikawa will continue her career at Stanford University. Last season, Morikawa was first team all-Pacific Coast…
Talk about a fast learner. Woodbridge High forward Nygle Williams just started playing basketball four years ago. Now the 6-foot-7, 210-pound senior is team captain and is expected to lead the Warriors to repeat as Pacific Coast League champions.
The Feast of the Seven Fishes, a Christmas tradition with roots in southern Italy, is the most beloved meal of the year in Italian-American households.
Angelina’s Pizzeria Napoletana at Los Olivos Marketplace is decked out for the season and offers a festive, family-oriented, traditional dinner on Christmas Eve.
DAVE & BUSTER’S There’s always something new at Dave & Buster’s, whether you’re up for watching the game on a 40-foot “WOW Wall” of TV…
Nothing says holiday fun like gathering your friends and family and taking in a movie. And this year, the experience will be bigger and better than ever.
As Irvine celebrates its 50th birthday, it’s a reason to remember Pereira, whose creativity helped guarantee the city’s quality of life.
Don’t expect a quiet night of classical music from Grammy-nominated concert pianist Gabriela Montero at Irvine Barclay Theatre on Dec. 5.