Music Department Makes Last-Minute Move to Johnson Center

Safety hazards in the N Building caused students and faculty of the Santa Ana College Music Department to relocate to the vacant Johnson Center.

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  • March 23, 2017
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Skanking Reggae Festival Returns With Japanese, Latin Ska Giants

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.

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

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

With Lots of Costumes and an Eclectic Lineup, Beach Goth Was OC’s Weirdest Music Fest

Thousands of young music fans from all over Orange County, California and beyond convened in Santa Ana over the weekend

If You Didn’t Know Singer Halsey Before, You Did After Her VMA Performance

Even before her album Badlands was released last year, the singer Halsey, 21, was already on people’s minds. The video

Mexican Singer and Icon Juan Gabriel Dies of Heart Attack

Any mariachi ensemble worth its performance fee knows how to play “Amor Eterno,” one of the most famous ballads in


The Venue Is to Blame in DTSA Punk Show Death

Staff Editorial The fatal March 3 stabbing of Nathan Alfaro in downtown Santa Ana is a cruel reminder of the risks associated with developing


Arrest Made in Fatal Stabbing at DTSA Punk Show

By Joanna Meza A 21-year-old Santa Ana man was arrested on suspicion of murder following a fatal stabbing March 3

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  • March 11, 2016
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Mexican Ska Band Los Estramboticos Slammed All Night at Club Bahia

By Jose Servin Relatable tragedies serve as the inspiration for songs by Mexican ska group Los Estramboticos, says lead singer


Santa Ana College Celebrates Big for its 100th Birthday

Story By Jose Servin, Joanna Meza, Arleeny Escarcega, Laura Garcia and Diana Martinez President Erlinda Martinez played the violin and