The Irvine Swim League returns to the water June 7. The league consists of 22 teams that practice and compete at pools across the city.
A little over a decade ago, Paul Fleming moved to Napa Valley. It was there that he fell in love with the farm-to-fork movement. He used his new passion as the inspiration behind Paul Martin’s American Grill.
Randy Reimer discovered his future home while driving through a part of Irvine he’d never seen. “I saw these hillsides of avocado orchards and homes,” he says, recalling his drive along the 241 toll road.
Look around and you’ll see a growing number of electric folding bikes in Irvine. Bob Bibee, owner of Groove E-Bikes, explains. “They’re light. You can carry one up the stairs and put it in a closet or under a desk.
In case you haven’t heard, roller skating is back and bigger than ever. And the owners of Atomic Ballroom dance studio are all over it.
UC Irvine’s Institute and Museum of California Art has reopened its doors with a new exhibition of California Impressionist art.
The Woodbridge High School baseball team clinched the Pacific Coast League title. Jack Bunnell and Lacshan Ramanathan were two of the driving forces behind the Warriors’ success.
Surprise your hard-to-buy-for mom, grandma, stepmom or mother-in-law with these thoughtful picks from Irvine Spectrum Center and show her she’s appreciated.
For Mother’s Day, we asked readers to tell us what makes their moms special. Here’s what they had to say.