For 64 years, the California Masonic Memorial Temple in San Francisco has been the home of the Masons of California. But it’s so much more.
Artist Emile Norman never became a household name. But his massive artwork remains a treasure of California Freemasonry in San Francisco.
At Freemasons’ Hall, inside the Grand Lodge of California temple in San Francisco, the past and future of Masonic lodge rooms collide.
A skateboarding Mason and installation artist at Yucca Valley No. 802 is shredding perceptions about Freemasonry.
The Siminoff Temple at the Masonic Homes of California has a history going back over a century.
At Santa Barbara No. 192, restoration of the ornate temple mirrors the revitalization happening inside the Masonic lodge.
For the select group of Masonic father-and-son combos, the Lewis Degree is a special ceremony binding generations of Masons.
Meet Zahid Peoples, a party-starting Bay Area Mason who hypes up crowds from sports games to music festivals.
There’s no missing the massive, Egyptian-inspired wall art known as the Raj Mahal, executed by Mason artist Raj Champieri, at Downey United No. 220.
In Endeavour, the Masterpiece mystery and prequel to Inspector Lewis, the Masonic lodge is given the third degree.
California Masonic Memorial Temple chairman Mark Pressey has a special connection with the home of California Masonry.
Grand Master Jeffery M. Wilkins reflects on the importance of our Grand Lodge temple—and its wonderful potential.
A San Diego Masonic lodge holds a special second degree ceremony with current masters sitting in every lodge position.