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  • With $5 gas, public transit's time has come. But some potential riders will find that the experience lacks an essential value.
  • ... with coyotes shows just how wild the 96-Mile Santa Ana River can still be. [scald=34157:kl_image_original_context ... back in the early 1800s, the river calls you. The Santa Ana River calls me every day. I can't ride my bike or walk beside it every ...
  • ... wish to maintain significant privacy controls over their profile and presence. [scald=27788:kl_image_original_context] Facebook's ... overhaul of Facebook profiles and changes the way user behavior is reflected and shared across one's network, or social graph. ...
  • ... {"additionalClasses":""}]Santa Ana Sucker, Catostomus santaanae, Paul Barrett, USFWS The Santa Ana Sucker, a Southern California native fish that's listed as Threatened ... block The Santa Ana sucker is a smallish, olive-drab fish six inches long at most that eats ...
  • ... long maintained a complicated relationship with the Santa Ana River, accepting its life-giving water but fearing its wrath. ... {"additionalClasses":""}]The mouth of a swollen Santa Ana River near Newport Beach and Huntington Beach, 1927. Courtesy of the ...
  • ... stories and history of community transformation in Santa Ana through music.   [scald=58830:kl_image_original_context ... of community transformation through music BHC Site: Santa Ana Configure block ...
  • ... and artists have been expanding the arts scene of Santa Ana to reach beyond the limits of the historic Artists Village, and into The ... by Colt Bowden Since the 1980s, Santa Ana has been the art destination for Orange County, attracting artists, art ...
  • ... This week, the citizen Journalists from GlobalGirl Media profile exercise guru (and infomercial king) Tony Horton and get the skinny ...
  • The Society of Cinema and Arts, co founded by Bita Shafipour and Arash Kolahi, supports Iranian art and culture in Los Angeles, and beyond.
  • Diane Gamboa's photographs and commentary provide a window into the explosive energy of the East Los Angeles music scene of the early 1980s.

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