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“What a magical day of splendor in the grass, glory in the flower, we will watch people do ‘dollar daps’, and celebrate stoner power.” Brokeassstuart.com reporting live from Hippie Hill at 4/20 Fest in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park on April 21st at 10 something in the morning. We inched along through a steady
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If cutting the wire fence isn’t cutting it for you anymore, there are still a few places where you can watch Outside Lands 2015 for free. Golden Gate Park and the Outside Lands festival (this Friday through Sunday) have a few easily exploitable quirks that can provide you with all
The original post has been edited to remove certain venues that we love, over the concerns that it may get them in trouble…and we don’t want to cause no trouble…the revised list is still dope though – Team Broke-Ass There are few American cities where you can smoke pot as casually and without
Over 10,000 people descended on Hippie Hill this year for one of San Francisco’s favorite holidays, 4/20. From mid morning until dusk, they shared munchies, hawked their cottage cannabis goods and smoked what must have been more than a metric ton of weed.
In The City That Was, Bohemian Archivist P Segal tells a weekly story of what you all missed: the days when artists, writers, musicians, and unemployed visionaries were playing hard in the city’s streets and paying the rent working part time. In the years when you didn’t need a lucrative, full-time job to