Day of the dead
PHOTOS: The Dying Art of Making Dia de los Muertos Sugar Skulls
Meet the company keeping this Mexican tradition alive.
Gorillaz Wrote Us a Bunch of Scary Stories for Halloween
"In Japan, we have weasel monsters with claws so sharp that you don't even know you've been cut until you realise bits are in the wrong place."
NYC's Day of the Dead Gathering Celebrates Life, In Photos
Ahead of Day of the Dead, non-profit Mano a Mano: Mexican Culture Without Borders brought the vibrant artistry, traditions, and rituals of the holiday to the streets of downtown Manhattan.
How to Eat Like a Gravedigger
"The fragrant steam of beef liver seasoned with a copious amount of sliced onions and chiles toreados mixes with the smell of wet dirt coming from a recently opened grave."
How to Build an Epic Cocktail Fountain for Day of the Dead
What’s better than paying tribute to your deceased loved ones than a drink in their honor?
Eat the Best 'Pan de Muertos' in Mexico for Day of the Dead
Every year during Dia de los Muertos, bakeries all over Mexico make 'pan de muertos,' (bread of the dead). These are the best in Mexico City.
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Day of the dead
HARD Events' Day of the Dead Will Not Return This Year
Organizers cited "production reasons" for the cancellation.
James Bond's fake Day of the Dead parade was so cool Mexico wants to do it for real
Spectre, the latest Bond film, starts with a spectacular Day of the Dead parade that doesn't exist. Now the government wants to create one to avoid tourists being disappointed.
I Got Drunk and Joined Guatemala’s Wasted Horse Race
Every year, the Mayan villagers in Todos Santos throw a wild, week-long rager ending in a drunken—sometimes deadly—horse race.
Squeezing Burrata Balls with New York’s Favorite Mexican Chef
I’m in a London restaurant basement and Enrique Olvera is teaching me to prepare a dish fusing fresh tomato and burrata. “We don’t like to plate with too much fuss or stuff,” he explains.
How To: Make Vegan Pan De Muerto
The vegan eaters/bike riders at Los Loosers in Mexico City give us their spin on the classic Día de los Muertos dish, and we can assure you it's to die for.
How This Lap Dog-Sized Tamale Became the Food of the Dead
In Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula, Dia de Los Muertos is celebrated by offering a giant casserole-like tamale that is bigger in size than a small a chihuahua and tastes more like an epazote-scented chicken pot pie than an actual tamale.