Irvine has two award-winning hospitals in the heart of the city – by design. Hoag and Kaiser Permanente anchor the Sand Canyon Medical Corridor that was master planned to put comprehensive medical care within a few minutes of everyone’s home.
The chef-owner of Burn Crumbs and inventor of the popular Spaghetti Grilled Cheese has just won an episode of the popular Food Network show “Chopped,” representing Irvine on national TV.
Regal reopens its recently renovated cinema at the Irvine Spectrum Center.
Benny Feilhaber, who played soccer for the Irvine Strikers youth soccer club and Northwood High, has been named assistant coach for UCLA’s men’s soccer team.
Irvine’s 19th annual Global Village Festival wraps up Oct. 10 with a drive-in concert by Mariachi Divas at the Orange County Great Park
OC Register readers voted Irvine the best place to live in Orange County.
We asked Jasmeet Singh, owner of AKT fitness studio at The Market Place, to give us tips on how to stay fit outside.
Irvine’s 17-year-old phenom, Rose Zhang, played 38 holes with an injured left wrist last month to win the longest U.S. Women’s Amateur title match in 54 years.
If you have favorite restaurants in town, encourage them to apply for a new $1,000 grant program.
A bridge over Jamboree Road. A wider University Drive. More synchronized lights.