Metro ServiceThe day coincides with the Catholic All Souls Day and All Saint’s Day and incorporates many different traditions. ■ Metro Service Halloween costumes may go away right after October 31, but the celebration of the macabre and spirits do not get buried so quickly. El Día de los Muertos (The Day of the Dead) is celebrated in central and southern Mexico during the early days of November. The day coincides with the Catholic All Souls Day and All Saint’s Day and incorporates many different traditions. One of the more recognizable traditions is the creation of “calaveritas de azucar,” or “sugar skulls.” These are decorative or edible skulls made from either

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