#NetflixDeMuertos: un homenaje a aquellos que ya no están con nosotros.
And one TV show.
Here are the most moving, sorrowful, and beautiful pictures from the past week.
A city in northern Mexico where many drug kingpins are buried is pleading with people not to sing narcocorridos — songs glorifying cartels — while partying this year.
Live every day like it's Halloween.
Noche de Altares in the O.C.
In Mexico, we believe the dead are allowed to return to Earth once a year, on the Day of the Dead. Here's a quick guide to ensure you are ready to receive them — courtesy of an expert, my mom.
*Runs to schedule an appointment to get one*
When the souls of your loved ones return for the night, you better have something good waiting for them.
The band of thieves took advantage of Mexico celebrating "Día de Muertos" to pull of its caper.
On the Day of the Dead, people in Mexico and throughout the world honor their dead loved ones with a big celebration, featuring costumes, paper balloons, and lots of skulls.
This is John Karpinsky’s tribute to characters of his youth and to the Mexican Day of the Dead. Check out the full collection here.
Here's some amazing Día de los Muertos Star Wars artwork. The best part? The artist's work is for sale on the interwebs and most of it is $10. You're welcome.