Meet a tree-climbing Mason who’s “branching” out.
A former priest on what his world travels have taught him and how Masonic relief ties it all together.
Shinji Hara, a member of Anaheim Masonic Lodge No. 207, is one of the most in-demand lowrider artists in the state.
How a Filipino culture of generosity has transformed California Mason Mike Tagulao’s approach to philanthropy and relief.
A skateboarding Mason and installation artist at Yucca Valley No. 802 is shredding perceptions about Freemasonry.
Meet Zahid Peoples, a party-starting Bay Area Mason who hypes up crowds from sports games to music festivals.
California Masonic Memorial Temple chairman Mark Pressey has a special connection with the home of California Masonry.
Meet a group of California Masons who also belong to Masonic lodges in their home countries in Latin America.
A Latin folk musician and Freemason, Alejandro Laborde goes behind the Masonic meaning of some of his favorite lyrics.
A bridge-building Bay Area Mason reflects on the importance of charity, giving back, and offering Masonic relief.
It takes a special temperament to succeed as a mortician—and one, it turns out, that Freemasons are well suited to.
Meet three Masons with an intimate familiarity with death—and the other side.
To some, collecting Masonic artifacts, rings, aprons, and jewelry isn’t just a hobby. It’s a craze.
Get to know California Freemason Eric de Jesus, a Master Mason and master of taekwondo.
An aviation expert, this SoCal Mason has seen Masonic relief up close. That’s why now, he makes a point of giving back.
One Northern California father put his Masonic values into action to unite his community around special-needs kids.
A Mason and conductor putting Native American music on the map.
A Southern California Mason explains why giving back is part of his family tradition.
Meet a San Francisco café owner giving back through Freemasonry.
A SoCal Mason shares a beloved family tradition: a good drink.
At Club 50, Phillipe Milgrom gathers Masons for a taste of the good life.
Whiskey expert and priest Steve Beal on communing with the divine.
Meet a San Diego Freemason staying in touch from a world away.
When a tiny apartment with a big-time literary past came up for rent, William Arney found himself walking in Sam Spade’s footsteps.
A Master Mason gumshoe taps into his inner Philip Marlowe to hunt down the truth.
Mystery writer James Lincoln Warren is an expert author of the hardboiled crime story.
Meet a globe-trotting opera singer with deep Masonic roots.
Members of the Public Schools Advisory Council reflect on the importance of public education to the fraternity.
The 50-year Mason, Pearl Harbor survivor, and centenarian looks back on a life particularly well lived.
How one Mason relied on his brothers for a solo 550-mile bike ride for charity.
Lee Wilbourne is creating some of the world’s fastest rides from his home garage.
Michael Ramos: Mason on two continents and new lodge development manager.