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After deciding to give up weed, I steal my mama’s antidepressants; but I don’t steal enough, so now I’m back on weed: an essay

Then I text my stoner cousin how I think ima smoker now; which took me awhile to lean into, mostly due to asthma. But there were these years I kept remembering not remembering. The years where I hibernated and forged what people are now calling the beginning of my career. Which isn’t inaccurate—I’m still nowhere… Keep Reading

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The German Crossroads—Somewhere Between Los Angeles and Germany

Of all the countries on the old continent, good old Germany is the one that is on the verge of a large-scale legalization of cannabis, which will significantly change the cannabis culture and will have to decide between two paths. Does it go the traditional way of the green Amsterdam school or does it follow… Keep Reading

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National Expungement Works Releases 2021 Impact Report

The National Expungement Works (N.E.W.) organization released its 2021 Impact Report on February 22, which examines the victories from last year to help those who have been affected by the criminal justice system for a variety of reasons, including cannabis-related convictions. N.E.W. Founder LaTorie Marshall shared in a statement that 2021 was a challenging but… Keep Reading

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Riot Fest Brought the Good Vibes and a Love of Cannabis to Chicago

On day-one of Riot Fest, there was paranoia. Before music-lovers, which the Chicago-based festival attracts alone, entered the festival grounds, many were asking, “What about my legally acquired cannabis?!” I overheard that concern more than once, but those fears were soon laid to rest as festival goers bypassed the lovely security members and enjoyed their… Keep Reading

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High Times Greats: Iggy Pop

The road of excess leads to the palace of Iggy Pop—the proof of which are these excerpts taken from his 1982 autobiography, I Need More. Read More Author: High Times / High Times Keep Reading

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High Times Greats: “Why I Love to Live Fast” by Andy Warhol

Welcome to our new column in which we republish articles and interviews with legendary figures that originally appeared in the print edition of High Times. To launch the series, we’re bringing you this May, 1978 piece by Andy Warhol—on his birthday. First of all, it’s best to be born fast, because it hurts, and it’s… Keep Reading

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