• HAIL TO THE KIEF

    HAIL TO THE KIEF0

    In the olden days, BC, aka, Before Cannabis legal efforts, if you had a hookup [source] for the good weed, your choices were a sack and maybe some hash, if you were really connected. Well Mary Jane, you’ve come a long way, baby. And in a short time, I might add. This month we start

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  • HILLARY HOCKS IT

    HILLARY HOCKS IT0

    I don’t like to weigh in on politics on a personal scale because politics is about policy and track records, but recently Hillary Clinton has once again reared her uglies to the camera, so to speak. After having trotting out a Schedule 2 dictate for marijuana [not cannabis] to pander MMJ and stoner hopefuls for

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  • FRIDAY NIGHT BITES

    FRIDAY NIGHT BITES0

    The opening title isn’t an opinion from some lonely loser in LA on a Friday night, but a winner who knows about the latest hip gatherings* that are decidedly cool without that hipster feeling. The big city event in a town chock full of cool running, Mon, is the Friday Night Sesh created as a

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  • SWERDLOW SELLS OUT

    SWERDLOW SELLS OUT2

    As marijuana legislation veers closer, the worms are starting to turn towards the scent of power, not pot or people. The latest to show their true colors is RN Lanny Swerdlow, a regional cannabis activist based out of Riverside. When the carpetbaggers came to California a few years back with the poorly written Prop 19,

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  • COSBY CHARGED

    COSBY CHARGED1

    Bill Cosby was charged Wednesday with drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his home 12 years ago — the first criminal charges brought against the comedian out of the torrent of allegations. Cosby was charged with aggravated indecent assault and was to be arraigned in the afternoon. He was released after relinquishing his passport

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  • FRANKENFISH APPROVED

    FRANKENFISH APPROVED0

    The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday approved genetically modified salmon, the first such altered animal allowed for human consumption in the United States. The Obama administration had stalled in approving the fast-growing salmon for more than five years amid consumer concerns about eating genetically modified foods. But the agency said Thursday the fish is

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