The Sunday Times published an article about Manisha Gunasekera, held a lecutre about "Tradition, modernity and elite formation: How Western theosophists shaped modern Sri Lanka". The Full Text of the lecutre is given there.
There was a nice article published in The Hindu about H.P. Blavatskys life, a short article about Annie Besant written by a historian in the New Historian and also about Bahman Pestonji Wadia in the India Times and about Krishnamurti in the patheos blog.
The Red Dirt Report explains, that the british writer Rudyard Kipling, who published originally The Jungle Book, met formerly Madame Blavatsky in India but his fahter considered HPB as an imposter. At Langaeb we can find an article about Anagarika Dharmapala, whose 152nd birth anniversary was on 17th of September, who also met Madame Blavatsky.
There is some publicity about Taormina (Califorina), which Ojai City Council named as its first historic district, that was created in the 1960s and 1970s by members of the Theosophy movement. The Venture Country Star reported twice about it, here and here.
We already reported in one of our last issues about an exhibition of the Canadian painter Lawren Harris promoted from the Hoolywod actor Steve Martin and further articles about it where published, f.e. in the National Post here or in The Varsitiy here
In the Washington Post Theosophy and Madame Blavatsky was mentioned in relation to Gray Lachman. He has published critical studies of f.e. Blavatsky and Swedenborg.
Some articles about the swedish artist and former member of Theosophical Society Hilma af Klint were published, f.e. here, because of an exhibition with her paintigs in Manhatten NY in September. Also Olga Fröbe-Kapteyn (1881–1962) was part of this exhibition and she was also a theosophy-inspirated artist, as Hyperallergic writes. It was also a major retrospective of artist Georgia O’Keeffe’s, inspired from Hilma af Klint and Theosophy, at the Tate Modern in London, as The Independet wrote.
In the BBC Music Magazin we can read about the Theosophy inspirated classical Musican Gustav Holst and it's famous "Planets Suite" from 1918. Even if I don't think Frank Zappa was a Theosophist it seems he at least has a Theosophy, whatever this means here. Seems that also the creator of "Mary Poppins", Pamela Travers, has an influence of Theosophy (not really sure what it means here too) in his life, as The National reported.
In The Weekend Australien we can read, that Theosophy took major part of spiritual renewal in the first years of the 20th century. A historical review at BBC History Magazine of Howard Carter’s discovery of Tutankhamun means, that Theosophy, is an "occult attempt to reach spiritual enlightenment partially inspired by the spiritual forces or “elementals” of the ancient Egyptian", useless to say, that Theosophy is not inspired by elementals.
As part of the annual Esoteric Book Conference Theosophy was mentioned in the Seattle Weekly.
Also the artist Collie Ryan, that lives an interesting life in Terlingua, seems to be a Theosophist, as she describes it as "a catch-all name for the wisdom that's been collected over the ages". And from Philstar we can learn, that also Supreme Court Justice can become a Theosophist, see here.
Naji.com quoted HPB in the article "What are the most adorable love quotes for couples".
Often Theosophy is false pictures, two more examples you can find here:
In the Daily Mail we learn, that Gene Wilders aunt was a theosophist and that his involvement in Theosophy "recipitated a sudden and intense obsession with praying" (but Theosophy distant prayers) "gripped him for almost a decade and Wilder later diagnosed it as a sign of obsessive compulsive disorder".
An article about the Roerichs and therfore also Blavatsky can be found at Atlas-Obscura.