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CaptionLast year Berkeley joined other major Bay Area communities with a formal observance of the Mexican memorial celebration known as the Days of The Dead or Dias de los Muertos. This was a milestone in a city that celebrates ethnic diversity in a state dominated by a Latino population. Other observances in neighboring cities such as Oakland that has a celebration each year on International Boulevard and San Francisco with a similar flare in the Mission District have both seen larger crowds each year as this distinctly Mexican holiday continues to grow with tremendous popularity. Solano Avenue business owners Penny Opal Plant of Gathering Tribes Memo Robles of Casa Oaxaca and Mike Silverman from What The Traveller Saw brought their culturally diverse stores together to create the first Berkeley event last year which attracted over 100 people.
HeadlineSolano Ave adds Day of the Dead event
Copyright Noticesolanoave.org
URLhttp://www.solanoave.org/day_of_dead.html

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