dia de los muertos
On Halloween, a startup employee put up an art installation in Dolores Park to honor crappy companies that had gone out of business this year. The faux gravestones had painfully shitty startups like ‘Juciero’ and ‘Yik Yak’ painted on them, I suppose to remind people how short sighted and useless
Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is coming up November 2nd. There are a ton of events and ways to participate in this Meso-American holiday that honors people who have passed. Before you go, just be sure to read our guide on how to do it the right way and be respectful of cultural traditions. If we missed anything, let us know and we’ll keep adding to the list!
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This originally appeared on Fest300 There’s a photo of me floating around out there that virtually guarantees that I can never run for public office (Note: this was obviously written way before I ran for mayor). In it I’m clearly intoxicated, and wearing Mickey Mouse ears and a pink leotard.
Our Spanish photographer Hanna Quevedo shows you the serene, handmade, shrines dedicated to those who have left us in the Mission District’s Garfield Park. Dia de los Muertos, November 2nd, 2015 San Francisco.
If you haven’t had a chance to attend the festival it is a dark and magical event full of candle light, parade, reflection, community, costumes and handmade alters that honor and remember the dead.
We’re showing you the significance of the holiday, as well as where to get the best make-up and costume tips. And remember, Dia de los Muertos IS NOT MEXICAN HALLOWEEN…bro
Gathering the Embers: The Spirit of Home, curators and sisters Natalia and Amanda Vigil celebrate Dia de los Muertos with an evening of performance by emerging and established writers, interdisciplinary performing artists, media makers and musicians. Friday, October 24th, 2014.
This is a special time of the year in San Francisco. Not only are the Giants absolutely mopping up in the World Series, but Halloween is almost upon us, and Dia de Los Muertos is right on it’s tail. This year Espolón Tequila has asked me to be the San Francisco brand