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— by Tereelisa Saldivar (elDon Community Editor)

Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology is at the Discovery Science Center until April 21.

Explore four different collections featuring 120 props from the Lucasfilm Archives and unique artifacts from National Geographic.

“It merges the science of archaeology and excitement of the films,” said President of the Discovery Science Center Joe Adams.

Admission is free for Santa Ana residents on the first Tuesday of every month.


— by Carolina Tovar (elDon Staff Writer)

Set an appointment at the Tutorial Learning Center to avoid getting buried in homework this semester.

Free one-hour sessions are available with tutors for subjects ranging from accounting and political science to math and physics.

Students may qualify for a part-time tutoring job if they have passed a class with at least a B.

For more information go to room L-222 in the Johnson Building.



— by Aaron Vasquez (elDon Staff Writer

Watch local bands at the upcoming Burger Records weekend music festival.

Burgerama takes place at The Observatory in Santa Ana on March 22 and 23.

The first day of the event includes performances by bands like The Black Lips, Audacity, and Tijuana Panthers. Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti headlines the second day.

Tickets start at $20 per day with sets scheduled to begin at 8 p.m.


— by Michael Sanchez (elDon Staff Writer)

Independent filmmaker and SAC student Gabriel Ramirez is in the process of producing Henry, a story about an alcoholic teenager.

Ramirez is still auditioning actors, no experience needed, for roles in the film.

So far, 13 actors have been cast in Henry. The film is being shot locally in Downtown Santa Ana, Centennial Park and Fourth Street.

Those interested can contact Ramirez by calling (714) 856-2320.


— by Tereelisa Saldivar (elDon Community Editor)

Attend the Skate with a Friend event on March 18, sponsored by Orange County Roller Girls. Learn the basics of roller derby from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Skate gear will be provided free.


— by Ivan Ramirez (el Don Staff Writer)

The Bowers Museum currently features a touring exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of Maurice Sendak’s beloved children’s book, Where the Wild Things Are.

Maurice Sendak: 50 Years, 50 Works, 50 Reasons covers his diverse career, and includes commentary from 50 celebrities like Tom Hanks and Stephen Colbert.

College students receive $3 off admission and kids under 12 years old enter free, as well as Santa Ana residents on the first Tuesday and Sunday of the month.



— by B. Soroudi (elDon Staff Writer)

The Spot will host a discussion and viewing of SAC Book of the Year-turned-movie, The Help, an emotionally driven drama about race relations.

The screening will be Friday from noon to 3 p.m. with free pizza and drinks.

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