As our lives become more reliant on technology, it stands to reason that we take it into consideration when we die. So, what happens to it?
I’m at the age where my social calendar is made up of funerals. However, the more I see, the less I want the standard dour church fare for my own.
The trend of the green/natural burial is taking root. Simply put, when you pass, your body goes back to nature. However, the trend is far more developed than you think.
According to the data, it seems that pop-music is once again obsessed with death. The reason behind this morbid push, however, is rather interesting.
Because Graeme Langlands passed without answering the accusations hanging over his head, I fear the ruling has now slipped to the court of public opinion.
In 2017, I endured death on a very personal scale. What I learned was that all of us should not avoid what we fear, but look it directly in the face.
Selfies today, gone tomorrow. Social media has many ways to deal with your death. You can even haunt your loved ones if you so wish. You monster.
Today marks twenty years since the death of Diana, and I still remember it as if it was yesterday. Which is the problem. Two decades of tabloid speculation has twisted our memory of her. Time to let her rest.
By the time you read this, I might be dead. But while I don’t fear death, I do fear that the image of me in a hospital bed with colour the memories of my loved ones.
Jeff Reese shares the story of how his friend Brandon Carlisle and their mutual passion for fly-fishing changed his life, and also sheds light on a special program called Project Healing Waters.
Today is May the fourth, the date we celebrate the Star Wars universe. What better way than to unpack the mind of the biggest goth in the galaxy?
Death. It comes to us all, but who measures out the chances of that happening, and how do they reach that figure? Welcome back to the abject chicanery of Sci-gasm.
It seems we can be forgiven after all for weeping over the deaths of celebrities we never meet. We mourn our own fragility, faced with the reminder that nobody can live forever.
What inspires the artist? The process is varied as much as it is guarded, so we’re asking some to share. First up, musician Anita Lester on religion and living death.
2016 has brutally claimed many a victim, none more so than Pepe the meme frog. Goodnight, my sweet prince.
Morning sleepyhead. What happened while you were asleep? The cause of death for Prince was established, and Teflon Bron carried on.
This week we farewelled one Prince, another met Obama and we saw the first arrows fired in the election war.
Anyone who has walked the streets of Los Santos knows that sometimes you just have to call bullshit…but this is ridiculous.
Once witnessed, the scars left on those who feel responsible for accidental death cannot be forgotten – Ingeborg van Teeseling
Ingeborg van Teeseling spoke to Tender Funerals, a local NFP who allows people to choose their own farewell, within their own means.
Rob Idol is back with his Current Affairs Wrap, which deals with the loss of three great talents, the furore of a PM at Mardi Gras and one man who is dealing with people calling 1-900 Mix-A-Lot.
What a week. First David Bowie, now Alan Rickman. We should be sad, right? Wrong. They haven’t gone anywhere.