day of the dead
Savor the best of the season while you dine on Octoberfest menu options, celebrate culinary aspirations in the city, and wrap your weekend with a variety of Halloween and Dia de los Muertos events and activities for everyone.
Cinco Restaurant Owners Hernan Fernando and Ben Molina stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to tell viewers how they are celebrating Dia de Los Muertos and how to make the perfect sauce for mole!
Christy Vega Fowler, owner/operator of Casa Vega, stopped by KCAL9 Monday to tell viewers about the sugar skulls the restaurant offers to their youngest guests the weekend leading up to November 1!
Halloween week is finally here and L.A. is ready for it’s share of monsters, zombies, and vampires.
This week offers a bit of something for everyone, including some LA firsts. Attend a poetry reading at the first LA Lit Crawl, sip some local craft beers at the first Flight Night focused exclusively on brewskies, or chow down at a Srirachi themed festival, the first of its kind.
Disney Enterprises has dropped an effort to trademark “Dia de los Muertos,” the name of the traditional “Day of the Dead” holiday celebrated by millions in Mexico and the U.S.
Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead has a history spanning to more than 3,000 years and is celebrated in Mexico and the states, including Orange County. It is a celebration to honor the deceased by building private altars, decorating sugar skulls and celebrating the lives of those who have passed. Take a look at the events taking place in the Orange County area this year.
Lisa Rocha’s jewelry is featured in this month’s In Style Magazine and demand for her line has reached as far away as Tokyo, but her roots are planted firmly in LA. It’s not the first […]