It's not too early to celebrate one of the oldest cultural traditions celebrating past loved ones. Start out your month-long tribute to the afterlife with the Museum of Latin American Art's Dia de Los Muertos exhibition, which features a wide array of altars and art works paying homage to fallen family, friends, and the rich history of the holiday itself. Not to be taken as a glum reminder of death, but instead a celebration of life, with altars decorated to the nines with photographs, flowers, candles, jewels, streamers, food, blankets and the occasional vice— cigarettes, 40 oz. bottles of the departed's booze of choice, et. al.; and then of course, sugar skulls and Catrina costumes. While this holiday season ends in early November, you'll have the chance to visit this marvelous exhibition until December.