Never forgetting their ancestors

Josselyn Obregon @JTO_NEWS The celebration of the Day of the Dead goes back more than 3,000 years, with Mexican Latin roots. On this day, the living remembers their dead and all those good things that were in life. Among the most relevant traditions is the elaboration of altars with photographs, food, candles, accessories and all things that were once used by the dead. Preparation of special food, the famous sweet skulls decorated and special dresses with painted face are staples of the celebration. Del Mar Spanish students and the teaching team organized on the fourth level of the White Library…

Celebración de color, recuerdos y vida

Josselyn Obregon @JTO_NEWS La celebración del Dia de los Muertos se remonta a más 3000 años de antigüedad, con raíces mexicanas latinas. Este día los vivos recuerdan a sus muertos y todas esas cosas buenas que fueron en vida. Entre las tradiciones más relevantes es la elaboración de altares con fotografías, comida, velas, accesorios y todas esas cosas que gustaban a los muertos en vida. Preparación de comida especial de la época, las famosas calaveras de dulce decoradas y los vestidos especiales con la cara pintada. Los estudiantes de español y el equipo docente organizaron el pasado 2 de noviembre…

Corpus Christi hosts Dia de los Muertos

Veronica Vasquez vvasquez@foghornnews.com The city of Corpus Christi celebrated Dia de los Muertos on Oct. 28 with food, fun and activities downtown. K Space Contemporary, Electra Art and Axis Tatto hosted the annual festival, which celebrated its 10th anniversary this year. The festival was full of people enjoying themselves dressed up as skeletons, monsters and more. The Lucha Libre event of Lucha Kaboom was something new that was added this year and was a hit as well. Cheryl Votzmeyer, education coordinator, has been working at K Space since 2014. “The festival has grown more and more every year and the…

Dia de los muertos festival

Culture, music and food is what’s happening this weekend in Corpus Christi, Tx. As it hosts it’s annual Dia de los Muertos festival this upcoming weekend Saturday Oct 28 in downtown Corpus Christi. K Space Contemporary, Electra Art, and Axis Tatto are hosting the annual festival. The festival is celebrating it’s 10th anniversary by having music, piñatas, food trucks and plenty more this Saturday. Riley Harriger, a tattoo artist at Axis Tattoo, said “That the event is always held on the last Saturday of October so that it does not overlap with other people’s plan to celebrate the holiday as…