Check Out The Photos And Video From This Year's 38th Annual Dia De Los Muertos!
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Check out this week’s final installment of Makeup Monday's! This week we are seeing how a youtube that goes by the username, Beautybyjosiek! Check out her orange and black sugar skull makeup tutorial included in this week's article!Read More No Comments
Check out this week's Makeup Monday article! This week we are seeing how a youtube that goes by the username Lo Lo Love, creates a fabulous look using nearly every color in the rainbow! Check out her sugar skull makeup tutorial included in this week's article!Read More No Comments
Come Volunteer & Paint A Pumpkin!!Read More No Comments
A makeup artist with the skills to create looks inspired by the movie Guardian's Of The Galaxy, Egyptian history, Disney, Wonder Woman, Superman, and much more! Today in our weekly Makeup Monday, Shonagh Scott, has a look that includes great details to making a Sugar Skull makeup! By adding her gemstones, shadows, spider webs, and more she has created an adorable sugar skull look! Read the full article to see how you can achieve the look!Read More No Comments
A skull made to turn heads! Check out week 2 of "Makeup Mondays" featuring Chrisspy.
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This skull is ready to shine! Literally! This week’s skull makeup is created by, Jordan Liberty. A high profile makeup artist on YouTube. His look is called “Diamond Sugar Skull”, which is inspired by Day Of The Dead. His unique sugar skull look is intertwining the use of color, flowers, glitter, and rhinestones (gems). This artistic sugar skull incorporated great use of purple, black, and silver.
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Julio Garcia and his wife Guadalupe Garcia pose next to their car on 16th and Carpenter in front of what is now the Chantico Lofts. Their daughter Rosalba Duarte says, "The car was my dad's, 1965 Pontiac. They had a thing for taking photos with their cars!"
In 1967 Javier Prado along with his friends and cousins pose for a photo in the alley next to 1012 W 19th St., a regular hangout for the group. In the picture (from left to right) we see Javier Prado, Jose Cervantes, Reynaldo Martinez, Antonio Aguilar, and Bernardo Alcaraz.
I was introduced to ElevArte Community Studio and the We Are Hip Hop Youth Festival program in 2014. When I first joined the program I wasn’t aware of what hip-hop really was. I looked at it as another cool genre. At ElevArte we learned about the five elements of hip-hop and my appreciation started to grow. This year I am once again part of the festival management team. As I reflect on my time here, the following are the many powerful things that I learned from hip-hop.Read More No Comments
An ally is someone that stands up for the rights of someone else even if they are not a part of that group. We can be allies to young girls when we call out sexist content on social media and we can be allies when we mentor and create meaningful relationships with young girls.Read More No Comments