“For Día de los Muertos, thoughtful ofrendas welcome the return of beloved spirits and spare them from dying a third death.

Día de los Muertos, aka “Day of the Dead,” is creeping up on us, Nov. 1 and 2, so we asked Irene Rodriguez of Cabot’s Pueblo Museum in Desert Hot Springs to explain the meaning and traditions of the Mexican holiday…”

[Read the full article at palmspringslife.com]