America’s appetite for avocados just keeps growing. This year, we’ll eat more than 2.5 billion pounds of the creamy fruit (yes, it’s a fruit) on toast, sandwiches, salads and chips.
It’s Sunday morning, and all over Irvine stomachs are growling. But not all brunch lovers are hungry for the same thing.
There are hidden gems in Orange County you cannot discover just driving on city streets.
A new 26-acre community park is coming to Portola Springs with soccer fields, softball fields, tennis courts, pickleball courts and a sand volleyball court.
There’s good reason why Irvine is synonymous with safety. For the 13th straight year, FBI statistics rank Irvine as the safest city of its size in America.
Next time you dip into a bowl of guacamole or brunch on avocado toast, you might want to thank Pete Changala.
Did you know that Michelson Drive is named for a physicist who measured the speed of light on The Irvine Ranch?
Former “Saturday Night Live” star Jon Lovitz returned to his alma mater, UC Irvine, on Sept. 29, for a night of stand-up comedy at the Irvine Barclay Theatre.
Christian Duke is one of Irvine’s rising soccer stars. The 27-year-old center midfielder helped lead the Orange County Soccer Club, based in Irvine, to the playoffs in its first season with the United Soccer League (USL).
Kyle Kim-E was a standout water polo player at Northwood High School, earning all-league and all-CIF honors.