IN PHOTOS: Huntington Beach closes pier, picnic areas after crowded weekend under “stay at home” order

By Ashley Ramynke

The city of Huntington Beach will close its pier, picnic areas, sports fields and other recreational spaces starting tomorrow after

IN PHOTOS: SAC Performers Embrace Their Roots with Traditional Dance

By Ashley Ramynke

Figures immersed in the spotlight float across the stage, depicting stories of cultures and traditions that unfold with each movement.


Traveling Film Fest Arrives at the Frida Cinema

By el Don News

By Diana Viera The Frida Cinema in Downtown Santa Ana will present a week long short animated film festival, from Oct.


Dons Lose to Chargers After Late Rally

By el Don News

By C. Harold Pierce Down by two runs against Cypress College in the bottom of the seventh inning Friday, sophomore


Event Brings Life to Downtown

By el Don News

The first Saturday of every month, artists of all kinds ranging from performing musicians to painters come out to show

Performance preview: Don’s Mariachi.

By el Don News

Trumpeter David Ceja plays El Balaju, a fast-paced song with lively trumpets notes and sharp violin strums, with diligence as


Wrestling: Olympics

By el Don News

Former Dons standout Jesse Ruiz qualified to compete for Mexico in the 120 kg/264.5 lbs weight class at the 2012


Sleepy Shins wake up with Port of Morrow

By el Don News

After four years of silence, The Shins are back, banging drums and bending notes into amazing echoing tones in their


Dons escape Hornets’ nest

By el Don News

BASEBALL. Game date: March 27, 2012. Opponent: Fullerton College. In the bottom of the 10th inning with two outs, sophomore Dylan