Category: Wake & Bake Feature

Graphic Novel Exploring Racism & Weed Published In The US

In the newly released Cannabis: The Illegalization of Weed in America, cartoonist Box Brown looks back through history to see how cannabis came to the U.S. and how two of history’s most powerful nations worked to create a narrative of fear and immorality around the drug. Reports Gizmodo

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Only in Portland. This is the important stuff in the rainy city – partner or pot

Cannabis also enhances things like food and sex—two things you and your partner are presumably already regularly enjoying together. Though I look back fondly at the years me and my ex spent together, I also look back and think how much more fun we could have had if cannabis had been part of our relationship, as opposed to a behavior I felt I needed to suppress.

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Article – “I MISS BAD WEED”

Great article by Sam Eichner For the Outline.. we know exactly how he feels …….”That’s why lately I pine for bad weed. The shwag. The shake. The plastic baggie full of crumbly and parched green-brown leaves….”

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Literary Hub Says The Best Place On The Internet These Days Are Weed Review Sites

Wonderful piece about cannabis reviews and world’s away from trolls, trump et al . Literary Hub write, “There is a joyful corner of the internet where people don’t argue, trolls don’t troll, and the only kind of self-consciousness is an exploration of consciousness itself: the review sections of marijuana websites, where users of all stripes write eclectic assessments of their favorite weed strains. These reviews contain entire worlds of humor, honesty, pathos, and narrative. They read like the most captivating and confessional short stories, and sometimes—if you’re lucky—the reviewer becomes more vivid than a fully-realized literary character. “

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A Gourmet Weed Dinner At Hunter S. Thompson’s House

To celebrate marijuana legalization in Colorado, columnist David Bienenstock traveled to Aspen, to attend a legal seminar hosted by the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws—America’s oldest and largest group dedicated to legalizing cannabis. And since the late Hunter S. Thompson was one of NORML’s earliest and most consistent supporters, they figured what better way to embrace the sweet smell of herbal liberation in the Rocky Mountain State than by throwing a small victory party at Owl Farm—the author and advocate’s home and “fortified compound” in Woody Creek—featuring an appropriately over-the-top pairing of fully legal cannabis and high-end cuisine?

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Zombie Slayer Raises Money For Kids Medical Marijuana Treatment

Norman Reedus, who plays zombie-slaying Daryl Dixon on AMC’s The Walking Dead, is once again raising money to help kids suffering from serious illnesses get medical marijuana treatment.Yes, again. It seems he loves helping kids as much as he loves taking out walkers on TV. Says Marijuana Moment

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