Mexican Artisans Aim to Preserve the Centuries-Old Tradition ‘Papel Picado' for Day of the Dead
Mexican artisans are struggling to preserve the traditional manufacture of paper cut-out decorations long used in altars for the Day of the Dead.
What Is Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead?
The two-day event celebrates the life, not death of those we have lost with food, music and plenty of color .
Things to Do This Weekend: Día de los Muertos at Hollywood Forever
Gather at the storied cemetery for a day-into-night revelry, one that remembers those who’ve gone beyond through art, altars, dress, and dance.
Día de los Muertos Is This Week. Here Is What an Ofrenda Is and How to Build One
Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a celebration that honors loved ones who have passed. It is celebrated on Nov. 1 and 2, mostly by people of Mexican heritage.
Fanciful Finds Galore Grace Olvera Street's Free Muertos Artwalk
Nearly three dozen artists will call upon the thoroughfare; browse their whimsical wares, enjoy music, and stop for a bite at a local eatery.