Irvine’s first-ever mounted unit has quickly become a staple and kid favorite since it was launched last year.
In an age when kids entertainment is becoming more and more high-tech, Northwood’s Castle Park is a refreshing reminder of a simpler time when creativity was king and imagination ruled.
Irvine’s planners have designed this city so it can adapt to the future.
Wine lockers, sommelier smackdowns, six-course wine dinners — these aren’t what you expect from a restaurant named after a beer delivery device.
Recently, I put myself in timeout. I turned off my cell phone, powered down my laptop and joined other locals for a free yoga class at Bommer Canyon.
The city of Irvine is expected to add a showcase of 21st-century agriculture at the Great Park where visitors will get a glimpse into the future of farming and food.
You can still stand at the epicenter of the old Irvine Ranch — once one of the most fertile farms in America.
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.