With the explicitness of her self-portraits, the legacy of painter Frida Kahlo flourishes over half a century after her death.
In resistance to the election of President Donald J. Trump and his conservative policies, Santa Ana’s youth are finding their voices by marching, protesting and using their Constitutional rights to create change at the local level.
The largest single exhibition of photography portraying Santa Ana’s diversity and culture will be on display at Bowers Museum in Federico Medina’s social documentation, on May 4 and 5.
About 2,000 people gathered to support President Donald Trump at the “Make America Great Again” march in Huntington Beach on Saturday, March 25.
Protestors rallied in the streets of Downtown Santa Ana on Nov. 13 in opposition to President-elect Donald Trump’s negative campaign
For the first time in California history, recreational marijuana users can smoke the plant legally. Adults can now possess up
While on patrol in Afghanistan in the summer of 2012, Santa Ana College student Matthew Aland and his platoon were
The seventh annual OC Film Fiesta will kick off Oct. 13 at Bowers Museum with a tribute to the late
Downtown Santa Ana will host a two-day Mexican Independence Day carnival and parade on Sept. 10 and 11. The 38th Annual
The Associated Student Government is taking applications for student leadership positions to fill vacant spots for the current school year.