Día de los Muertos Celebration at Grand Park
November 1st is known as Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead in Latino culture. It’s a day to celebrate those who have passed on. And, many are attending an exhibit at Grand Park in Downtown L.A. Kim Baldonado reports on the NBC4 News at 3pm on Tuesday, November 1, 2022.
Celebrating Día De Los Muertos
California Live celebrates the beauty of Día de los Muertos with traditional makeup and tips on how to achieve the look at-home! Jessica Vilchis chats with Makeup Artist, Jeanette Virgen, who shares details about the Mexican holiday and shows us the basics of creating a Día de los Muertos look. Learn about the significance behind the ‘Day of the Dead’...
A Día de los Muertos Experience Opens at a Hollywood El Pollo Loco
The eatery has a new Muertos-inspired mural by Los Angeles-based artist Sam Flores, too.
Día De Los Muertos Celebration at Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Hundreds of people will be celebrating the traditional Dia de Los Muertos event at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
Día De Los Muertos Celebrations in Downtown LA
Día de Los Muertos is in full swing in southern California, including Downtown LA.
Dia De Los Muertos at Hollywood Forever
It’s Dia De Los Muertos at Hollywood Forever and California Live’s Jessica Vilchis gets a preview of their Day of the Dead Celebration being held on Saturday, October 29th. Jessica learns the importance of the day and the elements to create an altar at home to honor loved ones. Find out this year’s theme. For more information on Dia De...
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.
Things to Do This Weekend: Día de los Muertos Altars Downtown
Admire several altars placed throughout Grand Park, then leave a memento or photo on the community altar.