After 5 years of being one of San Francisco’s best cannabis dispensaries, Harvest has planted new seeds. The shop formerly known as Harvest has turned over a new leaf and has now become Urbana.
Concentrate on this. Sure, it lacks the same fanfare and international acclaim as its older brother 4/20, but 7/10 is quickly gaining respect as the national day to celebrate (end enjoy) cannabis extracts, oils, and dabs.
Harvest has July 4th covered with special events in their lounges, and red hot products in their stores. Ember Valley will be offering special flower tastings in our lounge from 12-8pm, along with Kanha infused-gummies. Look for $2 bong rips all day (so much yes) and a special BOGO for $1 deal from Kanha.
Bay Area seniors are discovering you can 420 well into your 70s, 80s, or longer. Senior citizens are the fastest-growing demographic of cannabis users in the U.S., and the 2017 National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that 18% of people 55 and older are now marijuana users. (That’s
Guest post by Kate Harveston As the old cliché goes, the most dangerous aspect of using marijuana remains being caught with it. With more states legalizing cannabis for medical or recreational purposes, law enforcement has struggled with establishing guidelines for what qualifies as intoxication behind the wheel. No definitive screening
People are exposed to a massive volume of advertising every day, from billboards to television commercials. In a media-saturated landscape, advertising plays a huge role in the success or failure of a business. Indeed, advertising and successful marketing helps sell products in almost all industries. It’s hard to imagine an
Back when I was 19, I moved out of my parents house and in with my girlfriend & her slutty (her words, not mine…she loved the hell out of sex) roommate. We were all young and stupid, we threw parties all the time…did young people shit. Also we tricked the slutty
The 8-year-old-girl racially profiled by #PermitPatty had a party thrown for her Saturday, complete with donations of more than $8,000 pledged from Bay Area cannabis companies. You see the young entrepreneur Jordan, above, surrounded by friends at Saturday’s celebration and fundraiser that added to her current GoFundMe campaign. Saturday she received