dia de los muertos

Boyle Heights lit up over the weekend with multiple Día de los Muertos celebrations in the streets.

Combining the customary altars, painted faces and sugar skulls with newer elements, like a reunited Oingo Boingo performing “Dead Man Walking” in Mariachi Plaza, the neighborhood preserves the Mexican traditions and evolves new Angeleno traditions.

The free events hosted by Self Help Graphics and Eastside Luv were well attended and, thus, well documented. Here is a sampling of the Tweets, Instagrams and other photos and updates from the festivities.

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    jesus ramirez

    La celebracion de el dia de los muertos,una hermosa tradicion mexicana que nosotros los mexicanos radicados en este pais hemos sabido conservar y trasmitirla a personas de otros paises,y tambien a las nuevas generaciones


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