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At Ye Olde Cup & Ball Lodge, Magic Meets Masonry

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At Ye Olde Cup & Ball No. 880, California’s first affinity Masonic lodge, members are dedicated to mastering two crafts: Masonry and magic.

How Richard Potter Vanished From History

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For 200 years, magician Richard Potter—once the most famous performer in America, and a Prince Hall Mason—has kept the public guessing.

In Freemasons’ Hall, What’s Old is New Again

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At Freemasons’ Hall, inside the Grand Lodge of California temple in San Francisco, the past and future of Masonic lodge rooms collide.

Lodge Profile: At Santa Barbara No. 192, a Renovation Outside and In

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At Santa Barbara No. 192, restoration of the ornate temple mirrors the revitalization happening inside the Masonic lodge.

Lodge Profile: At Napa Valley No. 93, a Wine Country Lodge Pays It Forward

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How Napa Valley Masonic Lodge No. 93 used its greatest asset—the impressive Ritchie Block building in St. Helena—to pay it forward.

A Big Spark

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A lodge in Southern California blends a rich cultural heritage with love for community.

Nights at the Round Table

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Round Table Lodge No. 876 on friendship, camaraderie, and squashing beefs.

Lodge Profile: Worth the Trip

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In Barstow, one lodge’s reputation for camaraderie is known for miles around.

Lodge Profile: The History Makers

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A historic lodge celebrates 150 years on the Central Coast.

The Lodge That Wasn’t There

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Meet the Invisible Lodge, the most mysterious Masonic group in the known—or unknown—world.

Scottish, Right?

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A traditional observance lodge pulls out all the sartorial stops with a new custom tartan kilt.

Lodge Profile: Ask Us Anything

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A resort-town Masonic lodge goes digital—and the prospects follow.

The Getaway Gang

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How a group of scooter-loving Masons found fellowship on two wheels

Lessons in Support

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Meet some of the California lodges taking public-schools support into their own hands.


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