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Attendees at Monday's casket-viewing praised the late Supreme Court justice as a "brilliant man" who was devoted to the rule of law.
"I thought going inside a coffin would be such a shocking experience it would completely reset their minds for a completely fresh start."
Friends are keeling over like dominoes. Every time one dies I run to my mirror, hoping to find something that will confirm I'm still too vibrant to go into the fertilizer business.
Ganem's created two caskets based off of the film, "Frozen," for sisters Areyanah Hernandez, who was 6, and Lilyana Hernandez
Readers seem to be captivated by lists but do they ever wonder where the numbers come from? How does the list writer know there aren't more than eight ways to fall in love after being dumped? Was the author just lazy? Where do the "facts" come from?
A recently released survey of funeral homes indicates that 75 percent of funeral homes mark up casket costs between 1.5x and 2.5x from wholesale to retail.
At a certain point you're going to plan that gathering which you won't be able to attend. You're going to make your final
I became uncomfortably aware that my business was desired when I started getting brochures in the mail from Moloney Family Funeral Homes Inc., which has half a dozen locations on Long Island, N.Y., where I live (for the time being, anyway).
Most immediately, this weekend Jane Hillhouse of Final Footprint will be a featured exhibitor at the 10th Annual New Living
Throughout the United States there is increasing interest in natural burial as a way to honor lives that have been lived with care for the planet.
Commercial funeral practices put gallons of embalming fluid, and tons of metal and exotic hardwoods into the ground. And I was surprised to learn that cremation is equally polluting and energy-intensive.
Hillhouse can be reached at 650.726.5255 or emailed at jane@finalfootprint.com. The Final Footprints website is: www.finalfootprint.com
Steve Jobs shocked the world today by abandoning Apple's long-awaited iPad tablet in favor of the iCasket, a high-tech coffin that allows the dead to send text messages, download books and install apps.
While the country is ravaged by a crippling economy, it is a lightweight problem compared to what's happening to a portion of military families. Their loved ones are coming home with cancer.