From Ferndale to Big Bear, California’s small-town Masonic lodges have their own unique character—and offer a model for community involvement.
When fire threatened their community, members of Kern River Valley No. 827 turned to their greatest asset to provide Masonic relief.
At the Los Angeles Scottish Rite Temple, a Masonic landmark is a testament to a the artistic vision of Millard Sheets.
Shinji Hara, a member of Anaheim Masonic Lodge No. 207, is one of the most in-demand lowrider artists in the state.
A new, younger generation of Masons is increasingly rising through the leadership ranks of the fraternity.
When it comes to the venerable quiz show Jeopardy!, Freemasonry and other Masonic themes are well-trod territory.
How a Filipino culture of generosity has transformed California Mason Mike Tagulao’s approach to philanthropy and relief.
Fraternal societies like the Freemasons were born out of ancient, operative trade guilds. They weren’t the only ones.
Grand Master Randy Brill explains what small-town Masonry can teach us all.