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  • Bennett: Cottage baker offers what the supermarkets can't

    Bennett: Cottage baker offers what the supermarkets can't

    Walk into Karen Uyeda's quiet Irvine home most days of the week this holiday season, and you'll be bombarded with the comforting smell of freshly baked fruit pies. At least that's how it's been since October, when the former aerospace engineer and mother of two took home a first-place ribbon at...

  • Bennett: Want a beer? At The Wall in Orange, you get it yourself

    Bennett: Want a beer? At The Wall in Orange, you get it yourself

    The Wall, tucked into the northeast corner of the Orange Circle, was originally going to be named The Patio. And while the final product does have an ample outdoor seating area at which to enjoy beers and food, emphasizing the bar-without-a-bar's true selling point makes it a restaurant well timed...

  • Bennett: O.C. poke fest gives visitors a taste of the islands

    Bennett: O.C. poke fest gives visitors a taste of the islands

    A few weeks ago, I went to the I Love Poke OC festival at Hotel Irvine expecting to eat my way through the latest build-your-own meal trend, which is all but hitting critical mass in Orange County. Over the last four years, I've watched as a proliferation of new single-subject restaurants sprouted...

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  • Orange County couple accused of operating high-end brothel in Irvine apartments

    Orange County couple accused of operating high-end brothel in Irvine apartments

    A couple living in a wealthy suburb of south Orange County has been charged with operating a brothel in several high-end apartments, according to prosecutors.  Investigators said they were looking for additional victims of brothel ringleader Fadi Boulos Chaiban, 53, and his partner, Tina Lorraine...

  • Irvine man charged with murder in shooting deaths of his mother and brother

    Irvine man charged with murder in shooting deaths of his mother and brother

    An Irvine man accused of shooting his mother and brother to death inside the family home earlier this week has been charged with two counts of murder, prosecutors announced Thursday. Nolan Pascal Pillay, 37, also faces sentencing enhancements for using a firearm and multiple killings. He is scheduled...

  • UCI nursing program officially becomes a school

    UCI nursing program officially becomes a school

    UC Irvine nursing students put on their scrubs for class this week ready to practice their care and examination skills as scholars of the newly approved Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing. After receiving approval from the University of California Board of Regents last week, UCI's 10-year-old nursing...

  • UCI's Hyperloop model grounded on first weekend of SpaceX contest, but it can get another chance

    UCI's Hyperloop model grounded on first weekend of SpaceX contest, but it can get another chance

    After more than a year of exerting some major brainpower and elbow grease, UC Irvine students finally took the HyperXite pod they constructed to the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition at the rocket and spacecraft company's headquarters in Hawthorne over the weekend. About 30 teams were invited, all...

  • 2 shot to death in 'America's safest big city' Irvine; family member in custody

    2 shot to death in 'America's safest big city' Irvine; family member in custody

    Two people were shot to death in Irvine, and their suspected killer has been taken into custody, police said Tuesday. Officers responding to the killings found the gunman inside a home in the 14000 block of Crystal Circle about 1 p.m., said police spokeswoman Kim Mohr. Two people inside the home...

  • UCI demonstrators protest Trump's orders on immigration

    UCI demonstrators protest Trump's orders on immigration

    When members of the Muslim Student Union at UC Irvine saw protesters descending on international airports in cities such as Los Angeles and New York over the weekend, they began to organize their own rally to show solidarity with demonstrations nationwide against President Trump's executive order...

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