The on-campus Dia de los Muertos event highlighted traditional festivities and the holiday’s importance in Mexican culture.
From locations all around Long Beach, here are some of the best Halloween decorations that are lighting up their streets.
Looking for movies, shows and books to get into the Halloween spirit? Consider this your new to-do list.
Once celebrations of faith, now celebrations of consumerism.
In the midst of March, the city of Long Beach brought the madness to its annual Mardi Gras celebration with a twist.
Students put together a Thriftmas Exchange event which will sell thrifted clothes on campus, with all proceeds going to Toys for Tots.
This year, in honor of the traditional Mexican holiday, the team at the Daily Forty-Niner invites you to celebrate Día de Los Muertos with a digital altar.
Downtown San Pedro hosted its 10th annual Day of the Dead festival in honor of the traditional Mexican holiday coming up in November.
From IHOP to costume parties, students share their plans for the upcoming holiday.
Kwanzaa is a celebration of self-reflection and remembrance of African-American culture.