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Higher Profile: Sackville & Co. and Sackville Studios

Designers Hayley Dineen and Lana Van Brunt of Sackville & Co. and Sackville Studios bonded over their shared frustration at the lack of what they referred to as “design-forward cannabis products” to fit their personal styles. “We were tired of seeing lackluster cannabis products and merchandise with little in the way of design,” Dineen shared.… Keep Reading

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Highest Intent Founder Brendon Wilder Left Religion and Found Cannabis

Countless people practice religion throughout the world, and it holds sway over their beliefs and even their livelihoods. Some find religious beliefs to be an essential way to find meaning outside of the self or to understand their role or destiny in the world. For Brendon Wilder and his wife, owners of new Oklahoma-based cannabis… Keep Reading

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Chad Bronstein: Data, Synergy and Being the Best

Over the past three years, Chad Bronstein has raised over $100 million across public and private markets, and he’s only getting started. The entrepreneur is the brains behind three successful companies, Fyllo, WeSana and Tyson 2.0, which provides a wide range of services in cannabis and psychedelics. Bronstein is here to help the cannabis industry… Keep Reading

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Eyes Of The Lot: Buds On Tour With The Famous Dead & Company

Over the years, the cannabis movement has enjoyed champions across culture, politics, art and business. And while the contributions of each has helped legalize and normalize marijuana use, live music—and particularly the jam-band scene spearheaded by the Grateful Dead—holds a special place in many hearts, especially for those first exposed to this magical plant at… Keep Reading

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High Times Greats: Ken Kesey On Pot

Ken Kesey (1935-2001) wrote One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and is a subject in The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test by Tom Wolfe. To celebrate his birthday, we’ve unearthed this piece originally published in the May, 1994 issue of High Times. A couple years back, a woman from East Germany came by the farm. She… Keep Reading

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How To Create An Artful Flower Arrangement With Cannabis

Over the course of the last few thousand years, the art of flower-arranging has come so far, it almost seems like there’s nowhere left for it to go. But thanks to a burgeoning popular acceptance of cannabis, there’s an entirely new way to decorate with “flower,” and one SoCal-based wholesale cannabis delivery company wants to… Keep Reading

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Moving Pictures: How a Visual Artist Changed the Music Scene

If you’ve been to a festival or any major concerts over the past few years, you’ve probably noticed some innovations happening around the stage. Gone are the days of just stationary or moving lights for arena shows – it’s all about LED screens and 3D projections now. In fact, for most major acts, if you’re… Keep Reading

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