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Zen and the Art of Apple Pie

Become one with the dough and bring a taste of flaky bliss to the table. First, there is that apple-cinnamon/caramel steam that grabs you by the nose. Then you see the whole pie emerge from the oven and, finally, a warm apple pie wedge whose juices mingle the melting vanilla bean gelato. You take a bite and smile,...

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Stick it Where? Cannabis Suppositories

Cannabis suppositories offer relief and comfort. As a cannabis writer living in Humboldt, CA, I don’t shy away from trying new things. CBD eye cream? Sure! Sea salt caramels with a micro-dose of THC? Obviously! So when it came time to try cannabis suppositories, I didn’t blink. A firm believer in the power of plants, I’ve made my...

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A Stuffing Tale: The Best Stuffing Ever

Diversity rules the side dishes that fill our feast table. I was well into high school before I got an inkling that lasagna was not a traditional Thanksgiving side dish and that turkey stuffing usually involved cubed bread. The earliest feasts tucked in the cubby holes of my memory were eaten in shifts around a large table at...

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Pot in the Polls – Legalization on the 2020 Ballot

Cannabis legalization is on November ballots in five states this November. Here’s what you need to know before the 2020 election. As of September 2020, 33 states have passed medical marijuana laws, and 11 states and the District of Columbia have legalized cannabis for adult use. And according to New Frontier Data, 98.6 percent of the US is living in...

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Empty Calendar

What to do when there's nothing to do The dog days of summer are upon us. In our modern lexicon, that popular term has dual meanings: 1) the period between early July and early September when the hot sultry weather of summer occurs in the Northern Hemisphere; 2) a period of stagnation or inactivity. In 2020, the dog...

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Art for the People

MassArt’s new contemporary art museum offers free admission. The nation’s first publicly funded freestanding art college, Massachusetts College of Art & Design in Boston opened its doors in 1873 as a reaction, in part, to the Industrial Revolution. According to MassArt’s website, 19th century Bostonians believed that industry and commerce were not the only avenues leading to a...

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