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In Memory of Jesse the Chef

This is the eulogy I gave for my friend on Tuesday. To honor his memory I’m sharing it here with the larger community. Please keep his family in your thoughts through this impossibly difficult time. In the early morning hours of November 15th we lost our brother Jesse unexpectedly. Affectionately known as Woodie, or Jesse… Keep Reading

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Jon’s Stone Cold Cop List #30: High On Tour

Can y’all believe this is number 30 already?! That means there are already over 300 picks published for this silly lil’ collection of dank. That’s a lot of smoke in my lungs… god I love this job.  Anyway, the past month has been a whirlwind. Having not really slowed down since August, this one has… Keep Reading

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From the Archives: The Silver Walks (1987)

By William Gibson She’d had this friend in Cleveland, Lanette, who’d taught her lots of things. How to get out of a car fast if a trick tried to lock the doors on you, how to act when you went to make a buy. Lanette was a little older and mainly used wiz, she said,… Keep Reading

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The Emerald Mirror

Part 1: The Myth of Bud Tender Today, there is this strange romantic vision of Proposition 215. I think we all forgot what it was: a lie. Yes, we had a more open market, a better market. We also had cyclical raids, dispensary owners that would rob you, lower safety standards, and the same grift… Keep Reading

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High Times at Grass Lands

*Disclaimer: This is obviously a promoted post. High Times is a participant in Outsidelands 2022* For the first time ever, High Times is coming to Outside Lands in San Francisco! Hosting the Grass Lands Farmers’ Market, aka the dispensary village INSIDE the festival grounds, this marks the first time the brand has brought its new… Keep Reading

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Jon’s Stone-Cold Cop List #26: The Post-Holiday Hash Rundown

Seems like we’re past due again. Go figure. Oh well, this one’s a doozy! I’ll be honest – trying to compete with the ever-rising barrier to entry that I’ve created for myself for these lists is exhausting. First I was going to make this edition ALL hash focused, as 7/10 was obviously earlier this month,… Keep Reading

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Amigo the Devil: An Apparition of the Old Wild West

Unless you arrived at this story hellbent on perusing some disturbing, albeit entertaining, journalistic jibber-jabber about bingo halls, BMX, and serial killers, you don’t know jack shit about Amigo the Devil. And up until about a month ago, I’ll admit, I didn’t either. Of course, to some of the brattier, angrier music snobs out there… Keep Reading

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The Tale of the Hippie Trail

This past summer, as the US military exited Afghanistan, and the country has fallen back into a transitional phase. Afghanistan first became a nation just over 100 years ago in 1919, but one thing that has always transcended the country’s rocky political history is its legendary hash scene. Despite the Mujahideen, Taliban or communists, Afghanistan’s… Keep Reading

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Spark Up: How to Celebrate the 4th of July with Cannabis

Wherever you’re at with your feelings on the U.S. this month—be it joy around the concept of puff, puff passing freely in your state, or frustration with recent federal events—we have you covered. Here are a few ways to celebrate the holiday, whether that means giving back in ways that feel meaningful to you or… Keep Reading

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