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Orange County Museum of Art exhibitions highlighting women artists

By Danha Sanchez

The Orange County Museum of Art is featuring 3 different exhibitions this weekend. Daniel Arsham:  Wherever You Go, There You

Best of Show ACP Entry: Santa Ana LGBT students seek community

By Lizeth Martinez

Mariachi Arcoiris, the world’s first LGBTQ+ mariachi, broke cultural norms as they performed at Santa Ana College’s Hispanic Heritage Month

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Faculty and alumni keep theatre performances alive

By Emma McMillen

When “Anna in the Tropics” premiered on April 22, the audience witnessed a concoction of murder, adultery, and Russian literature.


Everytable opens across the street with healthy, affordable meals

By Lesly Ruelas

For the same price as a Big Mac combo, you can walk to the Bristol Marketplace and buy a nutritious

  • Food
  • March 30, 2022
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3 vendors to check out at Patches and Pins

By Lucero Garcia

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


Review:”Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”

By Joseph Arriaga

“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” is the newest film in the growing Marvel Cinematic Universe. This film

Vegan Vending Machine in Fourth street Santa Ana

Orange County Gets First Vegan Vending Machine in Southern California

By Kate Bustamante

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

  • Food
  • October 14, 2020
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Final Wolverine Film Shows Austere Side of X-Men Series

By Joshua Reinis

After 17 years of playing one of X-Men’s most beloved characters, Hugh Jackman finishes his (supposed) final Wolverine movie with