cemetery

Work/Life
More than 80,000 animals, including famous pets, reptiles and a Bengal tiger, are buried in Hartsdale Pet Cemetery.
Culture & Arts
Traditionally, the evergreen wreath symbolizes eternity, an unending circle of life with no beginning or end, but for many
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Mr. Phung collects unborn babies and aborted fetuses from the various clinics around the city on his motorbike.
Culture & Arts
Christine Stoddard's installation, "Word Graveyard," premiered at The New York City Poetry Festival in July 2015. Guests were asked to write their epitaphs on index cards and put them on the ground to form a miniature graveyard.
Travel
St. Sebastian Cemetery is a quiet oasis in Salzburg. Follow me for a little walk and enjoy a rare opportunity to drill deep
Weird News
One woman who has seen the man three times said: "I just want him to be caught."
Weird News
The retired merchant was devastated when his beloved wife Mary E. Gould Reed died in 1893. After Mary's interment in her
Travel
"It's so tragically beautiful," I said to my friends Parul and Sean as we stepped inside the gates of Nicholson Christian
Latino Voices
Now she's planning on taking the case to court.
Religion
In 2010, I took a trip to Chicago to visit the Art Institute's new section on Matisse, titled 'Radical Invention'.
Environment
There are a number of routes to the great beyond: burial, cremation, cement stockings. Given the options, and what you'll leave behind, devoured by mushrooms might be the most sensible way to go.
Weird News
Yesterday I was looking over notes from my basic coroner training. One segment was in understanding various cultural practices and traditions about death.
GPS for the Soul
If there's any way to describe such a mission as satisfying, this is a satisfying. Closure, it's called. It feels clean. Tidy. Positive. Mom is now where she was happiest, and I enjoyed a sunny summer day with two wonderful women who have always loved me.
Tech
Wireless connection aims to attract more visitors to historic cemeteries.
Crime
Amador Medina is accused of disinterring the skeletal bodies for use in Santeria rites.