Lifestyle

Where to Celebrate Dia de los Muertos in OC

By Kandace Lara

Santa Ana is Orange County’s epicenter for Día de los Muertos celebrations. Every year, multiple events let you view altars,

Diana Flores

It Starts With an ‘X’: Club Changes Name to Include All

By Breanna Castaneda

The future of women is changing at Santa Ana College — and it starts with an “x.” This semester, the

5 Scary Movies to Stream For Screams

By Marta Konarska

The spooky season has arrived but what are you going to stream for your screams? Whether looking for some psychological,

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Noche de Altares Moves to New Location

By Marta Konarska

The largest Día de los Muertos event in Orange County, Noche de Altares, honors ancient tradition through culture, art and

“So You Speak Russian?” Photography Exhibit to Open in DTSA

By Carrie Graham

Drawing her inspiration by the scenery of her small hometown in Ukraine, Brooklyn-based photographer Jules Slütsky brings project “So You

Loreta Ruiz

El Futuro es Vegano at OC’s Only Animal-Free Mexican Restaurant

By el Don News

Inside a narrow hallway that leads to the 4th Street Market food hall, a crowd forms around La Vegana Mexicana’s

  • Food
  • October 28, 2019
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New Music: Deep Bass and Wordplay on Frank Ocean’s ‘DHL’

By Kate Bustamante

Listening to Frank Ocean’s first original track in two years feels like glancing at an orange-yellow sunset in the rearview

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Gallery Displays Watercolor Views of Mexico

By Carrie Graham

In the first art show of the semester, scenic watercolor paintings depict views of Mexico during the mid-20th century. “Views

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DTSA Open Mic Gives Voice to Local Creatives

By Kate Bustamante

It’s a Thursday night at the end of summer. The patio at 4th Street Market in Downtown Santa Ana is

Daily Dons 6-1

#DailyDons: What Is Your Favorite Song?

By Oliver Rivero

On this week’s Daily Dons we asked Santa Ana College students ‘What is your favorite song and what is the