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World NowJust in time for the Day of the Dead, the weird, ghoulish story of Mexican drug lord Heriberto Lazcano just got weirder and more ghoulish. After killing a man that they claim was Lazcano in a firefight —but then promptly losing possession of his...
When Hollywood needs someone to write a horror movie sequel, it calls Evanston-raised screenwriter Patrick Melton and writing partner and Macomb, Ill., native Marcus Dunstan. Melton and Dunstan, you might remember, won Bravo's "Project Greenlight"...
Channel Guide MagazineCuban Missile Crisis 50th anniversary TV specials shed new light on the events of October 1962 that put the U.S. and Soviet Union on the brink of nuclear war. Commander in Chief: Inside the Oval Office “Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis”...
Channel Guide MagazineThe month of October (and even the last few days of September) have plenty to offer the fan of all things creepy, as we gear up for Halloween season. Whether you like your horror hardcore, or more family-friendly, you should be able to find some movie...
Staff WriterEl Centro native Anastassia Cabanillas, 19, spent Saturday evening colorfully painting a friend’s face and having her face painted, leaving one half of her face bare while the other half was white with the colorful details of a traditional sugar...
Tags: Halloween, Mexico, Holidays, Arts and Culture, Pixar Animation
Staff Writer, Copy EditorLong thought to help the dearly departed on their journey through the underworld, the personalized items that decorate an altar or gravesite on Dia de los Muertos can be as varied as the personalities they are supposed to aid. Decorations can be photos,...
Tags: Halloween, Mexico, Culture, Holidays, Indigenous People
Upstate N.Y.-based progressive string band Floodwood, featuring Al Schnier and Vinnie Amico of moe., arrive tomorrow evening at Arch Street Tavern. Tickets are $12 at the door. Joining Schnier and Amico are Jason Barady, violinist Nick Piccininni and...
It's been a long time since we've written about anything happening in Westchester County, but the newly reopened Capitol Theatre in Port Chester cannot be ignored. In its heyday it hosted the likes of Janis Joplin, the Grateful Dead, Derek and the...
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexicans cleaned the bones of dead relatives and decorated their graves with flowers and candy skulls. In Haiti, voodoo practitioners circled an iron cross at a cemetery and poured moonshine to honor their ancestors. Some...
Tags: Culture, Sports, Death and Dying Customs, Haiti, Music
Staff WriterCALEXICO — Alicia Payo’s family arrived around 9:30 a.m. to the Mt. View Cemetery in order to pay respects to her mother and celebrate Day of the Dead throughout the day. The family set up lawn chairs, a table and an umbrella for the day-...
HARRISBURG - It was kind of appropriate that Pennsylvania Attorney General Linda Kelly would announce new charges in the Jerry Sandusky case on the Day of the Dead, a holiday celebrated around the world on Nov. 1. A dead man loomed over the announcement....
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