Suavecito Pomade, Gunthers and Midnite Cruisers Toy Drive

Suavecito Toy Caravan

Imagine its 9 am the Saturday before Christmas; you’re still in bed in your pajamas and you hear a siren! In between the sounds of the siren you hear cars honking and between the honks you can faintly hear “HO, HO, HO, kids come outside and get presents”! Well that’s exactly what some kids in Santa Ana woke up too Saturday morning on December 22, 2018.   The sirens

Latin Gents Fund Raiser

Classic Pobres Lowrider Breakfast At Sarinanas Tamale Factory

I finally got myself out of bed early enough to hit the Classic Pobres Breakfast Cruise at Sarinana’s Tamale Factory in Santa Ana! It was a cool change of pace as far as cruise/car shows go! Got to have a great breakfast, see some nice rides and since the event is from 7-11 am you still have the rest of your Saturday open for other

Isaac Gonzalez forever our Champion

On Sunday April 2nd people from all different backgrounds gathered to pay homage to the life of up and coming boxer Isaac Gonzales. Some contributed with donations others with labor and some offered moral support. All in all over two thousand people attended the kermes. It is amazing to see how many lives Isaac touched in his short 15 years of life.

Olivares Fam Fund Raiser

One of the major motivations behind this website is to showcase all the positive contributions that the Lowrider Community does. It seems like every week there’s either a cruise night or car wash to help somebody in need. Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined that I would be covering fundraisers in benefit to my family and I. On Wednesday March 1st I

Santa Ana Donald Trump Protest

  The 2016 Presidential Election results have come and many are beyond upset with the results. All over our country protest have sparked to voice the disapproval of our new elected president Donald Trump. Santa Ana is no exception so on Wednesday night a small group of concerned citizens began a small march on South Bristol and what began as a peaceful protest

Noche De Altares 2016

  From Since 2002, El Centro Cultural de Mexico has been organizing Noche de Altares, or a Night of Altars, a community based Día de los Muertos celebration, where families, students, community organization and businesses come together to create an authentic cultural experience that reflects Mexican tradition and what makes up our communities today. Organized by volunteers, the purpose of the celebration

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