April 2016

Natasha Lennard is a British-born, Brooklyn-based writer focusing on how power works. She writes regularly for The Intercept, Fusion, The New York Times’ philosophy blog, “the Stone”, and The Nation. Her work has appeared at Vice News, The New York Times, The New Inquiry and Salon. … read more at: http://www.hightimes.com/read/bud-and-breakfast-lodging-caters-cosmopolitan-smoker

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Offered through Vapor Nation, this Volcano Crafty Vaporizer is one of the best products we’ve found to enjoy top-shelf cannabis flowers. It’s sturdy, tactile design make it easy to transport and its quick-start manual includes diagrams making it comparable to safety flyers one sees on airplanes – and to be honest, we typically avoid cheeseball […]

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Menstruation has been in the news a lot lately. There’s the ongoing movement to eliminate the sales tax on tampons and sanitary pads, based on the argument that these products are essential to women’s health. So far, eight states — including Minnesota — and the District of Columbia have agreed and repealed the tax. A […]

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The term “millennial” comes with many different connotations. They like socialism. They don’t eat breakfast cereal. They save more money than previous generations. They enjoy a work-life balance, and they often don’t think they’re millennials. Now, they’re the largest living generation in the United States. Pew Research Center broke down population estimates released earlier this […]

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In writing last week about the challenges facing Pueblo, I used the example of Old Timers baseball as a program for youths that was wonderful, but replaced with a youth baseball system in which costs of participating, uniforms and equipment is high. Old Timers, on the other hand, had sponsors; fees were low; and kids […]

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WASHINGTON — Police are warning parents about a new drug trend they’ve seen over the past year involving teenagers — smoking the oil extracted from a pot plant using an e-cigarette or vaporizer. Fairfax County police say this trend is being seen particularly among high school students and young adults. “Hash” or “hash oil” is […]

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A Match.com survey weeds out pot use among different generations. Gen-Xers aren’t feeling the burn. Nancy Reagan’s “Just Say No” generation is less likely to smoke pot than either Baby Boomers or Millennials, according to Match’s latest “Singles in America” survey pegged to the 4/20 toking holiday. Boomers, born between 1946 to 1964, are 57% […]

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