Quetzal, other artists celebrate ‘Cinco de Mayo’ at ELAC

By Lourdes Espinoza   An amusing blend of Mexican music and culture thrilled many at the Cinco De Mayo Festival as crowd enjoyed ‘aguas frescas’ with a side of mariachi music on May 7. Vendors set up between the S1 and S2 buildings offered everything from food to arts and crafts. Several small children from East Los Angeles College’s Child Development Center gathered around the bands and danced in unison…

May 17, 2013
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‘Day of the Dead’ altars captivate East LA College

By Erik Luna   In the spirit of “Dia de los Muertos,” the Vincent Price Art Museum’s Community Focus room was decorated with various altars that memorialized those who have died. The altars, which were created by the Chicano Studies 7 class and will be on display until Nov. 21, opened last Thursday as the Chicana/o Studies Department held their “Dia de los Muertos Festival.” Although this is the first…

November 7, 2012
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