From October 31 to November 2, Mexico celebrates one of its most historically and culturally important events, Día de los Muertos (aka Día de Muertos or Day of the Dead). This three-day affair is held
LOS ANGELES – Many people wouldn't be caught dead trying to get into a cemetery, but the line to get into Hollywood Forever stretched three blocks on Saturday night. It wasn't a funeral that brought them.
“The colors make you happy,” said Angelica Juárez, a lifelong resident of San Miguel de Allende and our tour guide, smiling at our reactions to the bright, colonial buildings that stopped us in our tracks