Irvine Community News & Views recently sat down with "Build the Great Park Veterans Cemetery" Committee Chair Ed Pope to discuss the local Initiative campaign to ensure that Irvine voters get the final say as to the fate of the City-owned ARDA site at the Great Park.
The entire Irvine community owes a huge debt of gratitude to Ed Pope, founding Chair of the “Build the Great Park Veterans Cemetery” committee. For the past five years, Ed has been urging the City Council to follow through on its pledge.
Pretend City Children's Museum is hosting a special trick-or-treat extravaganza on Thursday, October 31st. Members Only Trick or Treating begins at 9:30am. General Admission Trick or Treating will be held at 11:00am, 1:00pm, and 3:00pm.
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.
The UCI Irvine Museum Collection pays tribute to the California Coast with their "Upon a Painted Ocean" exhibition, now through March 30th. The exhibition features works by both historical and contemporary artists.
Summer 2019 in America drew to an ugly, horrific end. Mass shootings in August generated scores of new gun-violence casualties and a growing list of newly terrorized communities: Gilroy, California; Dayton, Ohio; and the El Paso, Odessa and Midland communities in Texas. ICNV asked three of our columnists to once again weigh-in on the gun violence issue.
It has been proven in many studies that exercise is far more than just a “good thing.” Significant exercise almost every day is essential for mental and physical health and to maintain the ability to be happy and productive into your 80s, 90s, and beyond