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Leaked Photos Show Banksy at Work

Photos over 20 years old show the enigmatic artist known as Banksy at work, painting a 17-ton train car in Malaga, Spain that is now worth nearly $2 million dollars. Little did the artist know that a man who was talking to him took a photo and held on to it all these years. Gloucester… Keep Reading

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Bruno Worldwide

Over the last few years, the world of professional joint rollers has exploded with Bruno Van Holland right amongst the front of the pack. Best known as simply Bruno, Van Holland’s attempt to elevate the live rolling experience with his always dapper haircut, tuxedo vest, and giant smile has endeared him to the cannabis world.… Keep Reading

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From the Archives: A Tale of Bales (2019)

I arrived in New York City in 1976 to become an actor. But after five years of pounding the pavement and a moderate amount of success, I considered my odds and decided that stardom wasn’t in my stars. I landed in the fitness industry, which coincided with the fitness boom back when Jane Fonda was… Keep Reading

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Keeping it 10

If you’ve been paying attention to the top-shelf landscape over the past few years, it seems the largest problem plaguing our industry today is consistency. Sure, you can pop off a new cultivar and make some noise for a little while, but maintaining the pressure is difficult, and very few players have managed to stay… Keep Reading

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Cultivating Community

In the two years since opening Gorilla Rx and the four years prior spent fighting for the right to do just that, Kika Keith became a force in Los Angeles cannabis. But the idea wasn’t on a whim. The serial entrepreneur told High Times she first got the idea to open the South-Central Los Angeles… Keep Reading

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From the Archives: Mumia 911 (2000)

In his first major interview in four years, America’s most well-known and outspoken political prisoner, Mumia Abu-Jamal, discusses his past, his counterculture roots with the Black Panther Party, and his hopes for a new trial and for the youth of tomorrow. Abu-Jamal, convicted of killing Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner, has been on Death Row… Keep Reading

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Homegrown in Mendocino

As California’s cannabis industry saw the price per pound crash in recent years in both the legal and traditional markets, Wood Wide High Craft has used its love of the game and awesome pot to push on as one of Mendocino County’s few success stories. I first linked up with Wood Wide’s co-founder Michael Strupp… Keep Reading

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Seven Founding Fathers Who Farmed Hemp and Advocated for It

On July 4, 1776—247 years ago—the Second Continental Congress unanimously adopted the Declaration of Independence, announcing the colonies’ separation from Great Britain. Many of them not only grew hemp but insisted how important the plant is to the foundation of American agriculture. Sorting through rumors about the Founding Fathers and hemp is another story, with… Keep Reading

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Calm in Your Cup

CBD has taken a permanent position as a mainstream ingredient and wellness tool over the past few years, and business owners are continuing to find new and innovative ways to add CBD to unique new products, such as coffee. Other than water, coffee is one of the most consumed beverages across the country. According to… Keep Reading

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