Charles Cowling
There’s an exhibition on at Compton Verney, 13 November til 12 December, entitled Kurt Tong: In Case it Rains in Heaven. It’s a photographic celebration of the Chinese custom of burning paper consumer goods of all sorts — clothes, cars, iPods — in order to provide for the dead person in the afterlife.
Charles Cowling
Time spent on a Monday morning in the company of Don unfailingly gets the week going with a smile.
Charles Cowling
Gail Rubin is a writer and blogger in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I’ve just looked up Albuquerque on google maps. It’s a long way from a decent beach. Gail has written a book, A Good Goodbye: Funeral Planning for Those Who Don’t Plan to Die, which will be published at the
Charles Cowling
Charming story here from Australia about funeral director John Hopkins who brings his dog Finbarr to work every day. “He’s a great icebreaker,” John said. “Families come in here not knowing what to expect. “They often haven’t dealt with a funeral home before and they’re apprehensive. “He gives them a