District considers a $720 million bond for November ballot

The district may be asking voters to approve a $720 million bond for upgraded facilities this November after missing a

Norma Sagastume owner and founder of Black Zone

Black Zone: a home for rockeros and metalheads

A family of three rushed into an already crowded store with eager smiles on their faces as screeching vocals attacked

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  • December 23, 2023

Public is kicked out of Santa Ana city hall after protests swell

Santa Ana city council chambers rang first with Christmas carols, then with urgent cries calling for a ceasefire at Tuesday’s

Don Mariachi rehearses with pride

With a one..one..two tap of the conductors foot, the Don Mariachi musicians played their hearts out to classic Mexican melodies

La Cuatro Ahora: Long-standing businesses remember a time before construction

Reporting done by Lizeth Martinez and Lupita Contreras. The OC Streetcar is set to open in 2025 and construction is

Visions of Aztlan, Chicano artists become the teachers

As a kid in elementary school, James ‘Roach’ Rocha would scan the same page in his textbook over and over

Project Rise hopes to foster community on Campus

From Impalas to lowriders, funk music boomed as classic cars snaked through SAC’s lot 7 for Project Rise’s Cruising for

Libros y raíces: LibroMobile fills a literary need as Santa Ana’s only bookstore

The works of local authors adorn the left wall upon entry, a familiar bienvenidos from the community. To your right,

IN PHOTOS: Viva La Vida’s 8th Annual Festival

Flor de cempasúchil, candles, incense, skull-painted faces, and more, adorned 4th Street at Viva La Vida’s 8th annual Day of

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  • November 16, 2022

Celebrating Victoria Barrios: community members gather to remember

In an empty lot two blocks away from Downtown Santa Ana’s La Cuatro, dozens of people gathered for a fundraiser