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High Times Greats: Interview With Robert Anton Wilson

Philip H. Farber sat down with counterculture writer Robert Anton Wilson (1932 – 2007) for an interview originally published in the November, 1991 edition of High Times magazine. In honor of Robert Anton Wilson’s birthday January 18, we’re republishing it below. Based on Robert Anton Wilson’s incredible and varied career, it’s hard to know what… Keep Reading

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What’s in Your Stash? Philip Andrews, Founder & CEO of Tree Trunk Studio

Philip Andrews’ love of woodworking is a family tradition, passed down through generations from his grandfather, Gerry Oorthuis, who, with his uncle, migrated from the Netherlands via a labor camp in Hamburg, Germany after World War II.  “My grandfather learned woodworking from his brother, Henk – a renowned violin and harp maker,” he shared. “My… Keep Reading

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Eric Wilson Does It For The Love of Music

Jurassic Park. That was my initial thought sitting down with Eric Wilson in his massive backyard. It’s an expansive landscape of mountain rocks, avocado trees and bronze dinosaur statues. A padded chair sits empty across from a wooden bench, on which Eric sits with Melvin, his playful Rottweiler. Eric is in fantastic spirits, not at… Keep Reading

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Green Fever : When Home Invasion meets Mary Jane

I had the pleasure of sitting down with some of the makers of Green Fever, a true-to-life thriller encapsulating the array of threats that marijuana legalization has posed to small farmers. It’s no secret that the grey area created by California’s new marijuana legislation has been leading many into debt, but there’s now an increase… Keep Reading

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