Portola steps up on the Gridiron Portola High School, coached by former Irvine High star Peter Abe, launched its first varsity football season on Aug.…
This Irvine Service Station stood on Central Avenue (now Sand Canyon) in Old Town Irvine – near the coffee shop, where regulars had their own mugs, and the Irvine Store, where farmers picked up mail from 92 brass post office boxes.
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.
The Los Angeles Rams are back at UC Irvine for 2018 Training Camp, with 13 practices scheduled through Aug. 16, open to the public.
Did you know that James Irvine II dug 44 deep-water wells and laid 30 miles of concrete pipe to irrigate the arid Irvine Ranch for…
Did you know that Culver Drive – the backbone of Irvine – is named for a man whose own backbone was so disabled he was…
Daniel Shemtob’s career as a restaurateur literally began on the road.
The Irvine Girls Softball Association 10-and-under all-star softball team, coached by Greg Sasaki, brought home the Central District Championship Tournament title last month and was crowned the Orange County champion.
Feel like shaking up your routine with a little outdoor fun and exercise?
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.