And other Bay Area news from this week
Sorry, but you cannot watch Outside Lands online in 2018. The San Francisco music festival will not have a free online stream this year, so if you really want to see it, you can still get tickets or try to find a cozy spot outside the fenced area. We’ve confirmed
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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 2018 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
Which rich and famous a**holes will you see turnt up at the turnkey camps of Burning Man 2018? Based on public comments, social media posts, and history of going to Burning Man every year because they can afford to, we’ve determined which famous assholes will ride in private jets to
It’s a ‘Cheap Weed Weekend,’ as fire sale prices are in effect at California dispensaries before new state cannabis regulations kick in July 1. Certain cannabis stock will no longer be legal for these dispensaries to sell, and the state says, “Cannabis goods that do not meet all statutory and
In this week’s wrap, we’ll take a look at the better-late-than-never push to end federal ridiculousness about marijuana, the capture of the Golden State Killer, the Trump legal circus, a three-alarm fire in Concord, Cosby’s guilty verdict and the Warriors advancement to Round 2…because variety really is the spice of
This week is all about the cool, the cunning and the cannabis. We’re diverging from the national news update in order to leave your stomach in tact for California’s first legal 420. You can thank me later. Trees here, trees there, trees everywhere In case you live under a rock,
The dopest possible 4/20 event happening in San Francisco is RZA of Wu-Tang Clan, bringing the motherf*ckin’ ruckus with a live soundtrack to the kung fu film Enter the 36 Chambers.