Dia de las Muertos,  or Day of the Dead,  celebrates life and death; revelers remember people - family, friends, inspirations, or mentors - who have died,  yet whose impact on their lives remains eternal. Dia de las Muertos originated in…

In 1978, almost forty years after the Desert Botanical Garden (DBG) opened to the public, the Garden introduced its first Las Noches de las Luminaria. The celebration has evolved beyond candlelit desert paths; the annual event now includes bell…