Although it may seem out of place nestled next to the Rancho San Joaquin Golf Course, the Irvine Historical Museum is the most historic spot in the city; not merely for the artifacts inside, but for the actual building itself.
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Daniel Shemtob’s career as a restaurateur literally began on the road.
A strange, nautilus-shaped structure appears each summer at UC Irvine. It’s called the New Swan Theater, where professional actors and UC Irvine students share the small stage to present Shakespeare in front of packed houses five nights a week from early July through September.
There’s a place in Orange County you shouldn’t miss if you are into bird watching: The San Joaquin Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary. Just off of…
Childhood memories of the Irvine Ranch inspired Joan Irvine Smith to start collecting California plein air paintings in 1990 – before many were familiar with the genre.
The Irvine Barclay Theatre started as a dream that could only have been born in Orange County’s master-planned community: a unique collaborative project shared by the City of Irvine, UC Irvine, and the private sector.
Sarah Daniels describes what it takes to become executive chef at Irvine Spectrum Center’s Del Frisco’s Grille, which features creative twists on American comfort classics — and her favorite meal there.
This Fourth of July, all across the City of Irvine, people will be gathering at community parks, parades, and evening fireworks displays.
Irvine’s booming foodie scene offers exotic choices from around the globe: from Korean yakiniku to Mediterranean tabbouleh to Indian tandoori.
“Under the Sun,” honoring Laguna Beach’s own and other artistic pioneers from around the world who left their studios in search of new inspiration, is the theme of this year’s show.