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• A&E 1 1 • Sneak Peak: Festival of the Dead Molly Gray/ Arts and Entertainment Editor . So, you think that Halloween is pretty neat, huh? Well listen up. Dia de los Muertos (or Day of the Dead, for us Anglophones) is an annual celebration of ·life, art, and the remembrance of those passed, and could hump All Hallow's Eve on any day of the week. The holiday is traditionally observed in Mexico, but its influence has stretched into the United States, as well as other regions of the Americas. In Missoula, Day of the Dead is celebrated with multiple community • events, including a parade, performanc~s, and massive art displays. Check it out! Downtown MissoUla Festival of the Dead Parade Each year on Nov. 2, the Missoula community, professional artists, and a variety of performers come together to orchestrate one of the largest annual parades in the city. Anybody is welcome to march in the parade, and face-painting services are available for the slightly underdressed. At the parade, loved ones are commemorated with massive banners, and delicious Pan de Muerto is handed out for all to enjoy. But be aware -- this parade is often rained on, in quite a literal sense. Regardless of weather, this parade is consis- tently regarded as one of the most enjoyable events Missoula has to offer. ZACC Pre- Festival Party Looking to ge! your pre-game spook on? The ZACC (Zootown Arts Community Center) will Day of the Dead-themed prints are let you do just that. The ZACC's pre-festival party is a fun, long-running fixture · in the Missoula paraded through the streets of Missoula- community, and is open to the general public. Snacks, art viewings, face-painting and open partici- (Photo Courtesy of Flickr} r---~----~--~--~----~----------~------~--~--------- 0 patioP in alta~ rorrf'le noratk•T1 1rc. pro ided. giving the good Pl l f . h ! people of Missoula a fantastic way to ha.v. some Dia de lo:- \:1uer- ay ist t> t e SSue: tor.> fun prior to the parade. !n addition lo throtving a totally swingin· 5 t 5 $'- l • ' glg. members of the ZACC abo create a great deal of the art pieces pt>t>f-Y cary \etten!\ seen m the Fe;:;tival of' the Dead Parade. An Ofrenda f~r Hellgate Thanks to Hellgate's very own Spanish maestro Profe Hirschen- berger, our school now has a com\rrlu~al Ofrenda (Altar). Stop by Room 303A to contribute an offering, positive thoughts, or a photo of . a deceased loved one. Playlist by Molly Gray (Graphic Courtesy of Free Stock Photo} The Living Tombstone - Spooky Scary Skeletons (Remix) Charlie Daniels - The Devil Went Down to Georgia Bobby Pickett & The Crypt Kickers - The Monster Mash Tyler the Creator - She (feat. Frank Ocean) Kendrick Lamar - Wesley's Theory (feat. George Clinton, Thundercat) Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Heads will Roll • •