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How To Build A Proper 'Dia De Los Muertos' Altar 

While most Americans are dealing with the sad, harsh sugar crash that inevitably comes after Halloween every year, we are lucky to be partying on with the Mexican tradition of Dia De Los Muertos. Sure, it's can be a somewhat solemn celebration that calls for reverence, but this is a celebration nonetheless. So before you head out to catch the fireworks at Woodlawn, gather your sugar skulls and marigolds for a little altar building to honor your departed loved ones.

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