February 18, 2020
    • Categories

    • Our Authors

    • Recent Posts

    • Resources

  • Events
    • Archived Posts

    • Archived Newspapers

  • Subscribe
  • Contact Us
  • Advertise!

Select Page

Latest News & Featured Articles


CityWatch: Taking Matters Into Our Own Hands

During the November and December holiday season (when they thought that nobody was paying attention) the Irvine City Council’s two unelected members — Mayor Christina Shea and Councilman Michael Carroll — pushed ahead with yet one more corrupt land-use scheme.

Science & Technology

Bold Climate Action Plan for Irvine: Net-Negative in 10 Years!

In some ways, the Irvine community has already begun to take action in the face of climate change.  The Irvine Unified School District has installed solar panels on its various campus rooftops and parking lots to green its energy source, as well as save money.

UCI News

UCI Women’s Rowing Team

Irvine Community News & Views recently sat down with the captain of the UCI Women's Rowing Team, Emily Huang to learn more about the diversity of the team, their shared commitment to the sport, and the challenges they face as a "club sport" participating in national competitions.


SchoolWatch: The New Normal – Accepting the Unacceptable

With America awash in guns and gun violence, the shocking fact is that school shootings have become the “new normal.”

In 2018 and 2019, the country suffered through a combined, record-breaking total of nearly 200 school shooting incidents.

Previews, Reviews & Venues

Justus Schlichting: Commissioner of New Music

Two of this year's Grammy nominations had a local connection.  Nominated songs “Fanm d'Ayiti,” by Nathalie Joachim and “Perpetulum” by composer and pianist, Philip Glass were both commissioned privately by Laguna Beach music benefactors Elizabeth and Justus (Jay) Schlichting.

Student Corner

  • Senior Life

Senior Life: Volunteering Means Better Health at Any Age

Some people in their 80s and 70s — and sometimes even younger — claim they are too tired or too debilitated to volunteer for community causes.

I recently interviewed three people who believe otherwise — that it’s just a matter of desire and will, and that the benefits of civic activism are great regardless of any mobility limits you may have.

  • Health & Safety

Publisher's Perspective

Publisher’s Perspective: Fed Up!

Irvine voters are plainly fed up with (unelected) Mayor Christina Shea and (unelected) Councilman Michael Carroll and their developer-controlled Council majority. These angry voters are now employing the tools of direct democracy to put things back on track in Irvine.

Family Event Spotlight

February 29th: Learn How to Plant an Edible Garden

On Saturday, February 29th, from 10-11am, there will be a free gardening workshop at the Farm + Food Lab at the Great Park. University of California Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners of Orange County will teach you how to plant an edible garden.



Follow us on Facebook


Subscribe to our newsletter!

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team.

Thank you for subscribing!

Subscribe to our newsletter!

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team.

Thank you for subscribing!