Magic In The Audience, Giants On Stage

By Faith Hernandez

On the release night of their debut album Into the Wind, American indie folk rockers, Magic Giant, graced the crowd at The Observatory’s Constellation Room in Santa Ana with their bright, vivid sound, and bohemian look.

Into the ’90s: TV and Music Go Back in Time

By Gloria Pintor

Some trends are meant to stay.

Try Argentine Pizza Located Inside A Liquor Store

By Martha Ceja

It’s become a tradition for my family and I to go out for pizza every week.

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.

Drag Queens Perfom After Candid Discussion at SAC

By Nikki Nelsen

Three of Orange County’s fabulous drag queens held a candid discussion for Santa Ana College’s Gender Communication class and Communication

Yost Theatre Closes For Summer

By Nikki Nelsen

Santa Ana EDM lovers will have to find a new venue to party this summer, as the Yost Theatre will

Santa Ana’s Annual Cinco de Mayo Festival Celebrates Diversity

By Diana Rodriguez

Santa Ana’s Cinco de Mayo Festival returns to downtown for its 18th year with a few notable changes.

East End Block Party Returns to Santa Ana for Its Yearly Festival

By Carlos Duarte

The Annual East End Block Party returns to Downtown Santa Ana June 3.

SAC Mural Team Showcases Live Paints for Broadway Musical

By Nikki Nelsen

The Santa Ana College Mural Team was invited by Segerstrom Center of the Arts in May to paint a live mural for the national production of An American in Paris.

Local Photographer Set to Showcase Santa Ana’s Diversity and Culture

By R. Nicanor Santana

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.