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Can A Quiet Place Part II Save the Cinema?

John Krasinski’s new horror movie A Quiet Place Part II shows how theaters could survive in a time when streaming reigns supreme and crowded rooms have become scarier than empty alleyways. Read More Author: Tim Brinkhof / High Times Keep Reading

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High Times Greats: A Rotten Interview With Johnny Lydon

John Lydon turns 64 on January 31. To pay tribute, we’re republishing Ann Bardach’s interview with the punk legend from the November, 1980 edition of High Times. Johnny Lydon almost single-handedly defined the “punk ” in punk rock. Not the textbook version coined by Marsh and Bangs in Creem over a decade ago to describe… Keep Reading

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High Times Greats: Channeling John Lennon

John Lennon died December 8, 1980. In his honor, we’re republishing a lost interview by Paul Krassner, which originally appeared in the December, 1998 issue of High Times. December is the anniversary of John Lennon’s death, and that always makes me feel like reminiscing about him. I remember a moment of epiphany at Shea Stadium… Keep Reading

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High Times Greats: Noam Chomsky On The Drug-War Industrial Complex

Noam Chomsky turns 91 on December 7. To celebrate, we’re bringing you John Veit’s interview with “the father of modern linguistics,” originally published in the April, 1998 issue of High Times. A hundred years from now, Avram Noam Chomsky is going to figure in the history books as the prime voice of conscience, dissent and… Keep Reading

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High Times Greats: John Lennon, The Radical Years

In honor of John Lennon’s birthday, we’re bringing you an article about the former Beatle turned activist by Bill Weinberg, originally published in the May, 1992 edition of High Times. Why would the FBI want to withhold their files on a rock star who has been dead for over ten years? That’s what Jon Wiener… Keep Reading

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Built to Last: Royal Trux Discuss Cannabis and Latest Album, White Stuff

Written by John Payne Their first long-player in 18 years thrusts infamous alterna-rock outlaws Royal Trux back into the public eye, and hey, it’s not exactly like they never left. No, their new White Stuff album (Fat Possum) is chockfulla the kind of ear-druggy surprises we’ve missed from these badass brutes in the intervening years,… Keep Reading

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