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  • October 7, 2021

Santa Ana councilmember’s cousin was killed by Anaheim police in his district

It was a somber night last Thursday as the friends and family of Brandon Lopez gathered at a vigil for

The OCTA Street Car Will Change Our City

The newly proposed streetcar that will connect Santa Ana to Garden Grove will only further the gentrification that is already occurring in the downtown area.

Suavecito Pomade Reaches International Brand Success

It started with three young men growing up in Santa Ana suburbs. Pete Adame used other pomades like Cool Grease, but thought they were too expensive. He wanted to create his own pomade product and give it away to his friends so they don’t have to buy pomades.

Orange County Explores Marijuana Regulation

California lawmakers are seeking proper regulation for marijuana and cannabis-related products, after Proposition 64’s passage permits indoor plant cultivation and recreational marijuana use for all eligible individuals.

Orange County Needs to Keep The Blunts Rolling

We are proud that Santa Ana is leading the state in the recreational marijuana movement, being the first and only city in Orange County with permits to sell recreational marijuana legally.

  • News
  • April 30, 2018

California Accomodates Marijuana Cultivation

California cultivators can now produce their own homegrown marijuana plants, following the passage of Proposition 64 in 2016.

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  • April 11, 2018

Newport Beach and Orange Oppose Sanctuary Law

Orange and Newport Beach city councils voted yesterday in support of the U.S. Department of Justice’s lawsuit against the ‘sanctuary state’ law.

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  • March 26, 2018

Santa Ana Leads the County in Marijuana Legalization

When the clock strikes 4:20 you may be packing your bong to smoke, but you still can’t do it in public. As of Jan. 1, recreational marijuana can now be purchased legally as long as you are 21 years or older and have a valid California ID.

Santa Ana’s Annual Cinco de Mayo Festival Celebrates Diversity

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

  • News
  • March 21, 2017

The Don Express Is Now Open

The Don Express is now open after being closed for about a year because of ongoing campus construction.