Día de los Muertos

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Día de los Muer·tos

 (lōs mwĕr′tōs)
[Spanish : día, day + de, of + los, the + muertos, pl. of muerto, dead.]
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On Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), Miguel ends up in the Land of the Dead, a colorful afterworld where spirits and fantastical creatures roam.
As expected, the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) tale was dominant at the Annies, held Saturday night at UCLA's Royce Hall in Los Angeles.
To this end, on Dia de los Muertos - the Day of the Dead - when Miguel is supposed to be honouring his ancestors, he sneaks into the ornate burial tomb of his idol to "borrow" a guitar so he can perform at the village talent show.
This Dia de los Muertos, however, Leo starts to suspect that a talent for baking isn't the only thing that runs in the family--and she soon discovers that her mom, her Tia Paloma and her four older sisters are all brujas, witches of Mexican ancestry whose recipes double as magic spells.
theaters on Wednesday, follows a boy named Miguel who accidentally finds himself in the land of the dead during the Mexican celebrations for Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead.
The rest of the story follows Miguel as he finds himself in the world of the dead on Dia de los Muertos (Mexican remembrance festival - Day of the Dead), along with his slightly loony, sidekick dog Dante, and he must convince his dead relatives to help him in his quest to bring music back in the family, while he tries to return to the land of the living.
Y en un sentido espiritual creyo que la tradicion mexicana del Dia de los Muertos reconoce la necesidad de saber lo que es la oscuridad y descender al inframundo para poder ascender a la luz.
Algo muy hermoso del Dia de los Muertos es que nosotros no nos asustamos con los muertos, sino que son nuestros seres queridos a quienes invitamos a comer y este es el sentido de las ofrendas", analiza Zagal.
Plates of food and decorations are laid out during the Dia de los Muertos celebrations, but perhaps the most recognizable symbol of the day is the skull.
It's part of an agave-fuelled fiesta in celebration of Mexico's favourite festival Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos as it's known.
in south Eugene with tours, a harvest, a Dia de los Muertos festival and a renaming ceremony.
The Remembering Day/El Dia de los Muertos is a bilingual English/Spanish picturebook that touches upon the Mexican holiday of Dia de Muertos, also known as Day of the Dead.