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  • News
  • 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

Meet these 3 local artisans at Tianguis Market

Every Sunday, Orange County’s only tianguis brings aguas frescas, crepes, local artisans and indigenous vendors to downtown Santa Ana, creating

Downtown photo exhibit features students and their maestras

Loss, resistance and the role of educators in times of violence and change. That’s the theme of La Maestra, the

3 vendors to check out at Patches and Pins

The Patches and Pins Expo is an open market that helps small businesses exhibit their artwork, allowing the vendors to

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Santa Ana gets its own pop-up roller rink

During the Covid-19 pandemic many people quickly picked up interesting hobbies to pass the time. One activity quickly became a

  • Food
  • October 14, 2020

Orange County Gets First Vegan Vending Machine in Southern California

Santa Ana native Skyler Tanksley is bringing Southern California’s first vegan vending machine to the 4th Street Market in downtown

Boca de Oro Returns to DTSA With a Night Market, Live Theater and $1 Book Bags

When Alexis Garcez started an Instagram account dedicated to showing the positive side of Santa Ana two years ago, she

Brainstory Creates Psychedelic Experience for DTSA Audience

Growing up in the suburban sprawl of Rialto, Calif., brothers Kevin and Tony Martin didn’t have much to do —

OCTA Construction Is Pushing Out Mexican Culture

Since childhood, I can remember attending Noche de Altares on La Cuatro. Altars lined both sides of 4th Street decorated

“So You Speak Russian?” Photography Exhibit to Open in DTSA

Drawing her inspiration by the scenery of her small hometown in Ukraine, Brooklyn-based photographer Jules Slütsky brings project “So You