Do you know what to do with the cremated remains of your loved ones? Darrell Hill, founder and CEO of EternityGardens.com, was inspired to start this website thanks to his own experience with his parents.
Before I Die festivals boldly take death out of the closet so participants can think about, talk about, and plan for our eventual mortality. These festivals incorporate film, music, art, theater, discussions, field trips, and… Read More→
Frozen Dead Guy Days is a most unusual festival, and it generates international media coverage. The Daily Mirror in the United Kingdom featured the festival in this Weird News story, ‘Enjoying being alive by celebrating… Read More→
Many people have questions about the religious funeral traditions for adherents of the Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist and Greek Orthodox faiths. These four separate podcasts on A Good Goodbye Radio with host Gail Rubin, CT, offer in-depth insights. Jewish Funeral… Read More→
The baby boomer generation is gradually becoming aware of its mortality, and true to this generation’s pioneering ways, the 80 million boomers in the U.S. are changing the approach to death. No traditional funerals for… Read More→
The use of cremation is growing in the United States, and so is interest in alkaline hydrolysis, also called “flameless cremation,” biocremation, aquamation, dissolution or resomation. It’s a greener disposition alternative with a smaller carbon… Read More→