Witch Trials: There Is Nothing Magical About Being a Pagan in Prison
From his cell, William Rouser waged a decades-long legal battle with the California Correction System for Wiccan rights, incense, and candles. He's one of many in the fight to get prisons to recognize and accommodate the religion.
The Broadly Guide to Celebrating the Summer Solstice
Today is the day the sun sits directly above the Tropic of Cancer, appearing to stand still as the longest day of the year rolls out over the sky. Get your herbs ready, witches!
Nothing Says Springtime Like a Coven of Witches Chilling in the Park
We attended the seventh annual May Day celebration with New York's Grailwood Coven, a group of witches who honor female energy with their craft.