In yesterday's first part of the story about Day of the Dead, Manuel Girón gave us a glimpse on the importance of the Day of the Dead holiday. In this second part, he tells us about many unique traditions families share on this day.
A celebration of life and death, the Day of the Dead is a holiday celebrated on the 1st and 2nd of November across Latin America that serves as a time of remembrance and honoring loved ones who have passed away.
Many retailers are promoting month-long Black Friday deals and will continue to flood us with advertising until Christmas. But before jumping the gun and diving in blindly to holiday spending, consider these tips to help you be a savvy shopper this season.
Teresa Hunsaker is a family and consumer sciences educator with Utah State University Extension. When it comes to holiday safety, there are three categories to look out for: food, electricity, and toys.