Round Table No. 876 performed 33 degrees last year. Only one of them was for a member of their own lodge.
Could a piece of stencil art at Windsor No. 181 be a genuine Banksy?
At Freemasons’ Hall, inside the Grand Lodge of California temple in San Francisco, the past and future of Masonic lodge rooms collide.
At Santa Barbara No. 192, restoration of the ornate temple mirrors the revitalization happening inside the Masonic lodge.
For members of California’s two official Spanish-speaking Masonic lodges, the sense of brotherhood is twice as strong.
How Napa Valley Masonic Lodge No. 93 used its greatest asset—the impressive Ritchie Block building in St. Helena—to pay it forward.
In San Diego, get to know a diversity-focused lodge where membership is an international Masonic melting pot.
One Northern California father put his Masonic values into action to unite his community around special-needs kids.
A lodge in Southern California blends a rich cultural heritage with love for community.
Round Table Lodge No. 876 on friendship, camaraderie, and squashing beefs.
In Barstow, one lodge’s reputation for camaraderie is known for miles around.
Things are looking up for Stockton’s Morning Star Masonic Lodge No. 19.
A small-town California lodge makes a big-time impact.
What will a Masonic lodge look like in the future? The answer is already here—and it probably won’t be in a lodge.
A historic lodge celebrates 150 years on the Central Coast.
Meet the Invisible Lodge, the most mysterious Masonic group in the known—or unknown—world.
A traditional observance lodge pulls out all the sartorial stops with a new custom tartan kilt.
A resort-town Masonic lodge goes digital—and the prospects follow.
At Imperial Valley Lodge No. 390, Masons are making valuable community connections on both sides of the border; and tracking Masonic first pitch misfires in anticipation of another Masons4Mitts season.
Meet some of the California lodges taking public-schools support into their own hands.
A planned degree ceremony in multiple languages underscores the universality of Freemasonry.
For the members of the youngest lodge in the state, American Canyon Lodge No. 875, Masonry is a multigenerational affair
For members of San Francisco’s Logos Lodge No. 861, creativity permeates all aspects of lodge life.
Once a year, the Temecula Catalina Island Lodge heads for the hills.
Whether in caves or quarries, Masons have been known to meet in some unusual spaces. Here’s an example.
One lodge’s near-casualty inspired a renewed interest in preserving Masonic artifacts, and revealed a treasure trove of California history.
Each year, a brave contingent of past masters from Orange Grove Lodge No. 293 make their way through a sea of Hawaiian shirts […]