Submitted by Mary Andrade on October 12, 2009 - 11:18am
New Photo Exhibit Now on Display At San Jose's
WHAT: Exhibit of more than 50 images captured by accomplished local photographer Mary J. Andrade, that focus on various aspects of the celebration of the Day of the Dead, a pre-Hispanic tradition celebrating the lives and legacies of families and communities of the people who have died during the year. For additional information contact: Veronica Murguia at (408) 436-7850 ext. 12 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submitted by Mary Andrade on September 22, 2009 - 10:41pm
Yucatan it is known as Hanal Pixan which means "The path of the soul through the essence of food;” in the highlands of Michoacan it is known as Jimbanqua or the party honoring with flowers the people who died that year; in San Luis Potosi, Hidalgo and in the southern part of Oaxaca it is known as Xantolo and Day of the Dead in the majority of Mexico.
Submitted by Mary Andrade on October 23, 2008 - 4:21pm
Text by Patty Cruz Lopez
Walk through the doors of the Martin Lther King Jr. library, in San José, California, between the dates of Oct. 16 through Nov. 7 and there is an undeniable pull towards the ascending elevators where the fourth floor button flickers on and off taunting visitors to get close and personal with death.
Submitted by Mary Andrade on September 30, 2008 - 12:58pm
San Francisco, CA - On Sunday, November 2 at 2:00 p.m., the San Francisco Symphony (SFS) celebrates Mexican music and culture in its inaugural Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Family Concert, con
Submitted by Mary Andrade on September 24, 2008 - 2:00pm
15th annual exhibition and community celebration
Bring on the dancing skeletons and sugar skulls—Días de los Muertos returns to the Oakland Museum of California for its 15th annual celebration of the dead.
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