Shinji Hara, a member of Anaheim Masonic Lodge No. 207, is one of the most in-demand lowrider artists in the state.
When it comes to the venerable quiz show Jeopardy!, Freemasonry and other Masonic themes are well-trod territory.
Meet Zahid Peoples, a party-starting Bay Area Mason who hypes up crowds from sports games to music festivals.
In Endeavour, the Masterpiece mystery and prequel to Inspector Lewis, the Masonic lodge is given the third degree.
An archival Masonic baseball jersey reveals a colorful American history of Freemasonry, lodges, and baseball.
A Latin folk musician and Freemason, Alejandro Laborde goes behind the Masonic meaning of some of his favorite lyrics.
For the small band of Masons who make the annual trek to Black Rock Desert, the echoes between Burning Man and Freemasonry are unmistakable.
Led by ‘The Pentaverate’ and ‘The Lost Symbol,’ allusions to secret fraternal organizations based on Freemasonry are suddenly everywhere.
150 years after he first proposed the San Francisco Bay Bridge, the legendary eccentric and Freemason Emperor Norton may finally get his due.
From one of the early members of Sublime to mayor of La Palma, California Freemason Marshall Goodman is well-qualified to represent the L.B.C.
World musician and California Freemason Nee Quaison-Sackey has made it his life’s work to bring people together.
For 20 years, he was the rapper Ryu. But inside his Long Beach-area Masonic lodge, the hip-hop musician is just Ryan.
It’s curtains up at the Masonic, one of San Francisco’s best-loved venues for music, comedy, and other shows.
A concert promoter, musical impressario, and California Freemason reflects on a very full life in concerts and shows.
This fall, in ‘Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol’ on Peacock, a new Masonic mystery thriller hits the streaming airwaves.
A new series on NBC Peacock, “Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol,” picks up on The Da Vinci Code-author’s Masonic-themed thriller.
As Gmail retires its Masonic apron-like logo, we look behind some of the world’s most iconic brand designs and find Masonic inspiration.
On the 25th anniversary of the “Stonecutters” episode of The Simpsons, a look back at one of the greatest comic send-ups of Freemasonry ever.
Reviewing the 40-year-old Masonic-inspired board game “BUILD.” Can Freemasonry stand up to the Monopoly treatment?