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Axe the Winery: An intimate night of Tribe, Wine When Atlanta-born and Santa Cruz-based Sound Tribe Sector 9 announced that they would be doing an “Axe the Cables”, where they cut the computer cords away and play with only classical instruments including a grand piano, on a winery in Northern...
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Last June, the annual flood of good people, music, and vibes returned to the woods of Rothbury, Michigan. One year later, the Electric Forest Festival kept the tradition alive and took it to new levels with the assistance of game-changing performances from the nation’s top acts, an incredible...
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On Tuesday, July 24th the Birmingham Compassion Club is hosting a discussion about House Bill 5580. It will be held at the at 7 p.m. in the Jeanne Lloyd Room at Baldwin Public Library with Rep. Mike Callton, R-Nashville, the representative who introduced Bill to the Michigan House of...
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From the Magazine: Downtown San Diego is such a busy place that it's a shining example of the phrase, “hustle and bustle.” Thousands of people scurry off to work in high-rise buildings, hundreds more attend business conventions, countless tourists explore the city, and baseball games bring...
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From the Magazine: One of the most quintessential munchie foods of all time has got to be the Cheeseburger. There are so many components that can either make or break this seemingly perfect food. Was the meat prepared and cooked right? What toppings and condiments came on the burger? Did the bun...
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From the Magazine: Speeding along State Road 120 from Sacramento, with Yosemite National Park just a handful of miles down the road, it’s quite easy to zip right past an oasis of history dating back to when gold was the currency and justice was swift. Ripe with an abundance of other pre-park...
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From the Magazine: Many people consider marijuana to be a weed, but it's actually a flowering plant. Granted, cannabis flowers look more like a cluster of plant matter than an actual blooming flower, but they're just as beautiful! Nearly all flowering plants have a similar structure, and they...
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From the Magazine: They say a man's home is his castle, which for most people in Colorado includes a ranch-style house, two-car garage, mortgage, brown picket fence, and a schnauzer named Foo-Foo. However, for Donald "Cano" Espinoza, the saying has more of a traditional meaning. Some people in...
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From the Magazine: Despite its reputation as a movie town, the Southland is loaded with excellent bookstores and literary venues that host world-class readings. Dating back to Charles Bukowski, the Watts Writers Workshop, punk rock poetry and the Venice beats, a diverse legacy of writers have...
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From the Magazine: For those who are aware of the natural splendor of Crested Butte, you may already have your booking for this year’s installment of the annual Wildflower Festival. If you don’t yet, here is your chance to be a part of something extraordinary. This non-profit Festival began in...
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At a time when cities and counties in California are banning or threatening to ban medical marijuana dispensaries, the Second District Court of Appeal in California came down with a landmark published decision yesterday in County of Los Angeles v. Alternative Medicinal Cannabis Collective (AMCC),...
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The moratorium that delayed new businesses from entering the medical-marijuana industry for two years was lifted Sunday. Yet, officials say Coloradans shouldn't expect centers to open up at an exponential rate. The regulation was passed in 2010 with the intention of giving the state more time to...
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In Rancho Mirage, the medical marijuana collective 72-067 Highway 111, that was supposed to shut their doors on Saturday, is still open. Since they are ignoring the city’s decree, the collective now faces a court order to close its doors permanently.
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In Massachusetts, the latest mini-poll showed among many topics that since same-sex marriage hasn’t effected their daily lives, residents are seeing the merit in supporting legalizing medical marijuana.
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The Feds strike again! They began the crackdown by sending out warning letters earlier this month to medical marijuana collective (in California dispensaries are referred to as collectives) owners throughout Los Angeles County. Two of the collectives affected are in Malibu: Malibu Collective...
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Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, who had authored Assembly Bill 2312, pulled his bill yesterday from the Senate vote. AB 2312 would have regulated and taxed medical marijuana in California. Ammiano believes that there should be more committee meetings and a detailed report on the issue before a more...
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This summer, the Denver City Council is putting forward the effort to limit unattractive and bothersome sign spinners as well as other outdoor advertising for medical marijuana. It is always preferred that an industry polices and controls itself, but if the government must get involved, it is...
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