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SheFly: Equalizing Pants with Patented Zippers

Pants were not designed with the female figure in mind.  That unfortunate fact became painfully obvious to Georgia Grace Evans when she was guiding glacial expeditions in Alaska. She’d watch her male counterparts casually, easily stepping off trail and relieving themselves without shedding a single layer of clothing. Meanwhile, she would dread the act. Stripping down to squat...

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The Lifetonic Extraction Breakthrough

Some startups are fortunate enough to have garages inside which to start up. Russel Thomas says he wasn’t quite that lucky, but it didn’t stop him and his wife from pioneering a brand new, totally novel method of cannabis extraction—one that doesn’t use butane or carbon dioxide or even cold water to make cannabis concentrates. He theorized you...

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Poem: My People

One of the brightest stars of the Harlem Renaissance, which brought the work of Black writers to the forefront of American culture, Langston Hughes wrote this melodic, powerful poem of reaffirmation in 1922. It is just as relevant today as marginalized people across the United States still seek to be heard and recognized and seen for their beauty...

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Blue(bird) Skies Ahead

Musicians and music lovers have been hit hard by the pandemic. Zoom concerts alleviated some of what we’re missing, but they are a tinny substitute for the sound and excitement of seeing artists live at your favorite small venue or festival grounds. Those days of sticky floors, ringing ears, and a new shirt from the merch table are...

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Half the Park is after Dark

Want to get into the great wide open this summer? Plan now. With a combination of dry air, little light pollution, and high elevation, Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is a surreal portal to the stars—so much so that in 2019, Great Sand Dunes was certified as an International Dark Sky Park by the International Dark...

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Trip Advisor

When a psychedelic trip experience goes south and you need a friend? 833-FIRESIDE Psychedelic experiences can be enlightening healing hilarious maybe even boring—but when one goes south or even north to a dizzying degree, the last thing you want to be is alone. Starting April 14th, the Fireside Project will have your back Its Psychedelic Peer Support Line...

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#2020

An incomplete list of reasons why it’s been one hell of a (good) year • We were scared but we didn’t panic; we just hoarded toilet paper for a few weeks. • We could have been so much worse. • We were all in it together, everyone in the world united against a common enemy. • We were...

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