COLUMBIA — Every Nov. 1, Mari Morales's mother, who lives in Mexico City, tells her about the bread she has made for Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. The bread is sweet and round, and the top is fashioned to look like overlaid bones.
Day of the Dead: Centro Latino dinner marks Dia de los Muertos
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