During the past week we tweeted and retweeted about urban cemeteries becoming the new art galleries, the need to talk about death, a couple of old cemeteries in the USA, the first USA cemetery to allow eco friendly "human composting", a police pursuit of a streaker in a cemetery, a timely warning about commonly hacked passwords, a charming video reflection on the great botanical illustrator Stan Kelly, another art exhibition, this time in a crematorium, Christine Smyth's journey into talk back radio, cemetery fee hikes in New Zealand, a UK cemetery opening a section for sports fans, and much more...
We need to talk about death: I was not prepared for how lonely grief would be | Vanessa Billy https://t.co/wkR2V7yeQ5— CCA of NSW (@CCA_of_NSW) April 22, 2019
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA#cemeteries— CCA of NSW (@CCA_of_NSW) April 23, 2019
Pinehurst and San Sebastian Cemeteries
The graves in Florida's oldest African-American cemeteries are marked with shells, stones, and mementos of the deceased. https://t.co/5YGVTi49bI pic.twitter.com/71bycAfL7d
MOUNT PLEASANT, MICHIGAN— CCA of NSW (@CCA_of_NSW) April 23, 2019
Mission Creek Indian Cemetery
The final resting place of a prominent Chippewa chief and several American-Indian children who died at the boarding school nearby.#CEMETERIEShttps://t.co/UJB1vF5hNc pic.twitter.com/Dd4V4SRZvm
Eucalypt Australia@EucalyptAus— CCA of NSW (@CCA_of_NSW) April 23, 2019
VIDEO: A charming reflection on the great botanical illustrator Stan Kelly, from his family and friends. https://t.co/XzHEF9GqG8
Art exhibition in crematorium aims to make people more death positive— CCA of NSW (@CCA_of_NSW) April 25, 2019
"Handling human skulls made me face my own mortality"
https://t.co/4AZgnghmkt#crematorium #art #death #mortality pic.twitter.com/gtWab3mtOk
RADIO GAGA - ABC Radio Brisbane host Bill McDonald interviews our expert @christineasmyth on all things inheritance, wills and elder law. Christine answers listeners' curly questions.#abcradiobrisbane #successionlaw #inheritancelaw #legaladvice #elderlawhttps://t.co/7IMRUjM1B9 pic.twitter.com/EEHCM9XQv3— CCA of NSW (@CCA_of_NSW) April 26, 2019