Irvine Company recently presented its 14th annual $2 million check to the Irvine Unified Schools District for its Excellence in Education Enrichment pProgram.
Plein-air painters capture the beauty of The Irvine Ranch’s 57,500 acres of preserved open space.
Trinity Brewer of Irvine Troop 157 appears on the front of millions of Thin Mints boxes.
Second-generation owner Lori Reich Rowe chose Walnut Village Center to open her second Little Onion Mexican Restaurant.
Every great city has a secret food scene, and the recently renovated Campus Pplaza next to UC Irvine may be emerging as Irvine’s next “foodie central.”
For the fourth straight year, Irvine has been ranked No. 1 in fiscal strength among America’s most populous cities by Truth in Accounting, a nonprofit organization that analyzes government finances.
Irvine is positioned to be a global leader in innovation, says Neil Sahota, an IBM Master Inventor, author on artificial intelligence and UCI lecturer.
The 20-million-year-old, red-sandstone cliffs of Limestone Canyon are a natural wonder right in Irvine’s backyard.
Irvine’s next great village is emerging atop the city. Portola Springs offers some of the most commanding views of Orange County, as well as Irvine’s newest school (Loma Ridge Elementary), its newest community park (25-acre Portola Springs Community Park) and trails that lead into Limestone Canyon.
550,000 trees have been planted in Irvine as a result of master planning.