The story of Freemasonry is one of death and rebirth. As recent events show, when it comes to California Masonry, what’s old is new again.
Could a piece of stencil art at Windsor No. 181 be a genuine Banksy?
AMC comedy series Lodge 49 showrunner Jim Gavin explains his fraternal influences.
Shinji Hara, a member of Anaheim Masonic Lodge No. 207, is one of the most in-demand lowrider artists in the state.
Fraternal societies like the Freemasons were born out of ancient, operative trade guilds. They weren’t the only ones.
A skateboarding Mason and installation artist at Yucca Valley No. 802 is shredding perceptions about Freemasonry.
For the select group of Masonic father-and-son combos, the Lewis Degree is a special ceremony binding generations of Masons.
Freemasonry offers a framework to living a better life. That’s why it holds so many lessons for confronting death—and whatever comes next.
Exploring the rich cultural traditions of global Masonic attire, Masonic aprons, and other costumes of Freemasonry.
More than a symbol of fraternal devotion, the Masonic apron embodies the wearer’s presentation of himself – to his lodge and to the world.
Could a hiding-in-plain-sight Masonic icon change the way we understand a Diego Rivera masterpiece?