Kendrick Lamar’s “Damn.” Is Another L.A. Classic

By Timothy Bravo

After releasing his critically-acclaimed good kid m.A.A.d. city and To Pimp a Butterfly, Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar has solidified his position as a top contender in the rap game.

‘Schools Not Prisons’ Uses Art to Uplift Santa Ana Youth

By Timothy Bravo

The stage was set. Guests piled into the dimly lit ballroom at the Delhi Community Center in Santa Ana on April 1, facing the modest stage that had been erected for a free arts and music event.

SAC Hosts Event In Honor of Earth Day

By Timothy Bravo

Santa Ana College will be hosting its fifth annual Sustain- A-Palooza event, April 19 in R-128.

Skanking Reggae Festival Returns With Japanese, Latin Ska Giants

By Timothy Bravo

The event, which returns for a second year at the Shrine Expo Hall, features bilingual ska bands from Latin America, Japan and the United States.

Santa Ana’s First Literature Festival Promotes Local Stories in Downtown this Weekend

By Timothy Bravo

Venues all across downtown Santa Ana will host free sessions of spoken word, improvisation, read-alouds and more for its first Boca de Oro Art & Lit Fringe Festival in downtown Santa Ana this Saturday.

Vaporwave Is the Online-Only Music Genre You’ve Never Heard Of

By Timothy Bravo

First, there is silence. Then, a syrupy wave of synthesizer keys and jangling beats bounces in. It begins slowly before