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Masonry restorers-in-training learn how to hold New York together

by Ilya Marritz Dec 28, 2016
In New York City, masonry restorers are always in demand. The law requires regular inspections of large buildings, to stop stone and brick from coming loose and killing people.
Graduating interns in masonry restoration cut the ribbon on the Borden Mausoleum
Ilya Marritz

In Philly, how the city deals with unclaimed bodies

by Marketplace Contributor Aug 19, 2016
When unidentified people die in Philly, the city picks up the burial tab.
A single stone marks the grave of 1,500 Philadelphians whose cremated remains were never claimed from the Medical Examiner's Office. 
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My First Job

My First Job: Pet grave digger

by Robert Garrova May 1, 2015
A first job that's a bit macabre.

In Vietnam, a cemetery kicks out the living

by Christopher Johnson Mar 12, 2015
Hundreds of people live in a Ho Chi Minh City graveyard taken 0ver by the city
I've always wondered...

How do cemeteries make money?

by Tracey Samuelson Oct 13, 2014
The better question may be: What do they do when they run out of space?
Even the front lawn of Washington Cemetery is crammed full of plots. 
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Keeping the funeral business alive

by Kai Ryssdal Mar 6, 2014
Philadelphia Magazine reporter Sandy Hingston says changing culture in America is killing the business of death.

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