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By Chelsea Ybanez Food delivery takes a step up from pizza and Chinese takeout with LAbite.com, which offers delivery services from local restauran ...
By Rogelio Santana The Santa Ana Certified Farmers’ Market returns after a five-year absence bringing organic fruits and vegetables to the city ...
  By Katie Porter  The Learning Center is hosting a workshop for those who want to write a personal immigrant story as part of Santa Ana College’s B ...
By C. Harold Pierce Student artists can enter creative prose, photos, poetry or musical compositions for a chance to win cash prizes as part of An ...
By Chelsea Ybanez To help raise awareness about the growing flesh trade in Orange County, human trafficking victims will talk during a seminar ...
By C. Harold Pierce Director Phillip Rodriguez will screen the PBS documentary Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle on Thursday at Phillips Hall Th ...
By Joanna Meza Guest speakers who worked for organized crime families will talk about their experiences April 16 at Phillips Hall from 1 to 3 p.m. ...
  By Joanna Meza A group of Santa Ana residents will read the first draft of a community-based play at Phillips Hall Theatre April 2. Di ...
By: Rogelio Santana Art and skateboarding come together next Saturday during downtown Santa Ana's monthly artwalk. Work from more than 20 artist ...
By: Rogelio Santana   Santa Ana Public Library presents Lioness, a documentary about the first group of female American soldiers in direct combat. ...
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