About 50,000 people are expected to flock to downtown SanTana this Saturday for Noche de Altares, the annual Día de los Muertos festival co-held by the chingones at Cafe Calacas and the Centro Cultural de México. Your favorite infernal rag will be there with a tent, handing out all sorts of schwags and back issues–but instead of getting booth babes to man our lil' home, it's going to be a bunch of us Weeklings!
We'll be staggered in pairs to guard against pathetic fanboys, but por favor: do stop by.
Tell us what we're doing right, what we're doing wrong. Show us the love; if it's me or Moxley, bring on the hate (be nice to the gals, or we'll sic Feral Ferguson on you). Hopefully, we'll have at least one experience as memorable as the time the legendary Wally George yelled at Coker during the Orange International Street Fair.
But more importantly, go: go to one of Orange County's great success stories. Eat wonderful food. Dance some cumbias. And take a copy of the Weekly with you.
The fun times start at 1 p.m., on the corner of Fourth and Bush streets in SanTana, and will go until 10 p.m. The event is FREE–see you there!