The LAPD could very well follow Philadelphia‘s lead and cram all puppets, signs and other protest paraphernalia -- including those aforementioned 545 crosses -- into the city’s garbage compactors. But there‘s more than one way to honor Mexico. On Thursday, August 17, The Hollywood Bowl presents ”A Latin Fiesta,“ with Enrique Diemecke of the Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional de Mexico conducting guitarist Manuel Barrueco and the Los Angeles Philharmonic in a program that includes Revueltas’ ”Homage to Federico Garcia Lorca,“ Carlos Chavez and Dietrich Buxtehude‘s ”Chaconne in E Minor“ and Ravel’s ”Bolero.“ Tickets go as cheap as a dollar, but tourists should buy a box, bring a picnic and live large and bourgeois without guilt -- the Bowl is a nonprofit organization and a rare cultural leveler in this city of undistributed wealth. It‘s also among the most lovely, comfortable and comforting venues still standing in the world. Sit. Eat. Take in the sight of that familiar, picturesque bandshell under a just-waning moon. And allow yourself to imagine that, with the mayhem and dreary speeches of the political conventions behind us, all’s right with the world. At least for an evening.