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DTSA Open Mic Gives Voice to Local Creatives

By Kate Bustamante

It’s a Thursday night at the end of summer. The patio at 4th Street Market in Downtown Santa Ana is

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All-Night Horror Movie Marathon Comes to Santa Ana

By Kevin Garcia

Do you like Halloween, horror and all-night movie marathons? The Frida Cinema in DTSA combines these elements for frightful fun

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The Frida Cinema Is the Only Art House Theater in OC

By Isa Bulnes-Shaw

Moviegoers watched through tired, sleep-deprived eyes on the edge of their seats as the iconic scene of Poltergeist unfolded before

3 Party Bars in Downtown Santa Ana

By Nikki Nelsen

Downtown Santa Ana is often overlooked as a nightlife destination, but hidden within the changing city core are poppin’ bars built for meeting new people while you take a break from your studies

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Don Churros Serves a Homestyle Jalisco Classic

By Jessmarie Flores

Unlike most new-wave churro places that emphasize toppings and other add-ons, Don Churro brings a homestyle recipe that was perfected by owner Jaime Gomez-Nunez’s grandfather, a respected churro maker in the highlands of Jalisco.

  • Food
  • May 24, 2018
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LibroMobile Is The Tiniest Bookstore in Santa Ana

By Diana Romano

In the midst of bustling Fourth St., Sarah Rafael Garcia stands out on her own. She converses with curious bystanders, engaged in each conversation. Behind her lay rows of books, neatly arranged on wooden shelves and crates. She wears a beaming smile as she presents Libromobile, her solution for downtown Santa Ana’s missing Latino bookstore.

Day of the Dead Festival Returns to Santa Ana Saturday

By Carlos Duarte

Viva La Vida returns with its 3rd Annual Dia de Los Muertos Festival Saturday Oct. 21st in the heart of Downtown Santa Ana.

Hundreds March Through Downtown Santa Ana to Defend DACA

By Timothy Bravo

Marching along the streets of downtown Santa Ana Tuesday, Luis Ramirez would not back down. With a megaphone clutched in his right hand and an army behind him, the sea of protesters flooded the streets, carrying with them waves of protest.

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  • September 12, 2017
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Get Your Grub on at Santa Ana’s 3 September Food Events

By Diana Romano

Get to know Santa Ana’s award-winning restaurant scene all month long with three major food events that showcase the city’s culinary diversity. 

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