15 May 2024

How San Francisco Ignited Public Partying

By Steven T. Jones Originally published as “Partying Down the Apocalypse” on the weekly newsletter Scribe’s End Notes. Times are tough, but take heart: it’s the golden age for beer, booze, and marijuana. So things could be worse — at least we’re not facing The End sober. We in California

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23 Jun 2023

A Victory for Artist Live-Work Housing in Oakland

Editor’s update: In the below story, there was uncertainty regarding the final vote of Oakland City Council on updating an ordinance adding in live-work to where it’s prohibited to conduct any Cannabis Cultivation. We can now confirm that on July 18th, the mentioned ordinance did pass successfully. —————————- This week,

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27 Jan 2024

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally

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29 Dec 2022

Road Trip! A 29-Acre “Cannabis Super Center” is Being Built

California’s first “Cannabis Super Center” will potentially be opening in a city I personally blast by on my way to Vegas from LA, Barstow. Just before Christmas, Barstow city council voted to approve a 29-acre green zone space which will house cannabis manufacturers, pot farms, distributors, retail dispensaries, cannabis “consumption

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24 Aug 2022

Do You Practice Good Weed Store Etiquette?

Your friendly neighborhood budtender probably loves their job. Despite the less-than-desirable pay, I enjoy my pot shop gig. We show up for the discount, tips, samples and more, but until the end of the day we’re there to help you. Here’s how you can help us. Bring Cash No one

Jake Warren 0
17 Aug 2022

What Your Weed Order Says About You

You know the drill by now. Carry cash, because there’s a fee for using debit and few dispensaries accept credit cards or Apple pay. Be mindful of the people waiting behind you. Thank your budtender (remember trying to score weed without connections?) and always, always tip. One day I’ll write

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17 Mar 2022

Oakland Artists Battle Weed Growhouse Over “Unsafe” Living Conditions

An East Oakland landmark, The Oakland Cannery, has been the topic of many articles regarding evictions they have been facing for the past 6 years. This July, the Cannery residents will go into settlement court with their landlords, Colorado-based cannabis investment firm Green Sage LLC. If they can’t reach an

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22 Sep 2021

California State Fair Adds Marijuana Competition Category

State and county fairs are known for their charming Americana competitions where judges award prizes to livestock, 4-H booths, crop art, and varieties of plants and produce. And here in California, the state fair is adding a new category of plants and produce. The California State Fair announced Tuesday that

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20 Aug 2021

The Bay Area’s 10 Most Famous Stoners

Northern California is historically home to the best cannabis grown in the world, and everyone knows it. But the reason everyone knows it is that Northern California has also produced the coolest cannabis superstars of pop culture and politics who spread the good word about our great weed. Let’s take a look at the Bay Area’s contribution to this, with our most famous figures from music, sports, and activism who’ve served as cannabis ambassadors for our quality Northern California kind bud.

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