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Foraging for Magic

Stalking the wild Azzie in the mushroom hunting capital of the Pacific Northwest The wind was blowing about 20 knots, pelting us with needles of mist, as we trudged through the dune grass with our eyes peeled. We weren’t focused, as you would expect, on the stunning shoreline and churning gray waves of Willapa Bay in our vista,...

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Good Trouble

The roots of Black activism in athletics run deep—and now, they’re stronger than ever. When legendary civil rights leader and US Congressman John Lewis passed away in July, the hashtag #GoodTrouble began trending on Twitter in reference to one of Lewis’ most powerful quotes on activism: “Never, ever be afraid to make some noise and get in good trouble,...

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Ladies, it’s time to WIN: Arcview’s Women Investment Network

How women investors could change the tech and cannabis industries forever. In cannabis, women make up a third of the industry, and while it has historically been an inequitable space for women of color, diversity and inclusion are becoming a dynamic part of the industry. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, 33 US states have legalized...

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Trippy Healing

Psychedelics are the new medical marijuana. I keep a photo of myself from the bad year, when I left the job I thought defined me and broke up with the man I’d planned to marry. I’m wearing a sleeveless dress no adult who weighs 93 pounds should be wearing, with my undernourished limbs and oversized head. I make...

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Vegans for Vegas

Plant-based lifestyle grows strong in southern Nevada Las Vegas is going vegan as both tourists and locals expand the community with a definite presence this year. In the 20th century, the city was known for carb-filled buffets, $2 steak dinners, and bacon and egg breakfast for 99 cents. Leather furniture, animal-tested cosmetics, and fur clothing were acceptable—even desirable....

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Change is Overdue

CHANGE IS OVERDUE AND IT MATTERS. BECAUSE BLACK LIVES MATTER and we need to stand up and say it, to use our platform to life up the voices of people within our communities of all races and genders and secual orientations. We need to be more diverse, more representative of our cities. WE NEED TO DO BETTER... and...

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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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Parties for the People: The Challenges and Rewards of Covid Era Catering

COVID-19 makes serving cannabis dinners a little more challenging and a lot more meaningful. February was an incredible month for my young business, Cannabis Kitchen Events, which provides private cannabis-infused dinners and cooking classes at people’s homes and short-term rentals in Denver. We catered our first wedding on Febraury 22, and our upcoming calendar was packed with bachelorette and birthday parties well...

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