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The Buzz – NorCal – January 2021

High Tea Experience Stay in Sonoma, and the CBD tea tour comes to you. Whether you’re having a ladies’ getaway or a romantic weekend in Sonoma County, upgrade your experience with the new High Tea Experience from Happy Travelers Tours. The $125 package is for guests age 21 and up, and includes three CBD-infused looseleaf teas brewed tableside...

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The Buzz – NorCal – December 2020

Old Becomes New Restoration reinvigorates Grass Valley’s historic Holbrooke Hotel. If the Holbrooke Hotel’s walls could talk, what stories they would tell. Once home to Mark Twain and host to five US Presidents, the Holbrooke dates back to the Gold Rush and is one of California’s oldest operating hotels. And after two years of careful renovation and restoration, it’s finally...

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Plant Medicine: RAPÉH

Rapéh (pronounced “hay-peh”) is a sacred plant medicine from the Amazon region often referred to as "blank-slate-medicine." It’s non-psychoactive and totally legal, making it an amazing and powerful ally for meditation and a great entry point for people looking to experiment with more plant medicine. It's known for its grounding qualities that can help calm even the busiest...

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The Buzz – NorCal – November 2020

Fly Over Half Dome, Jump Out of a Plane Skydive Yosemite offers visitors an unforgettable experience and breathtaking views of the park—especially when traveling toward the ground at 125mph. By Chris Van Leuven “We offer the most unique views in skydiving and the most unique staff I’ve ever worked with,” says Nate Neilson, a tandem instructor with Skydive...

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Spiritual Tourism

In the far northern reaches of California, the Yurok Tribe has called the wild Klamath River home for centuries. Located near the Redwood National and State Parks, a world heritage site, the region is home to some of the last remaining old-growth redwoods on the planet. The largest federally recognized tribe in California, the Yurok invite the public...

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California Burnin’

Devastating and evergrowing fires test California yet again. Our imaginations have failed us. Though scientists have sounded the alarm on climate change for decades, our vision has been distant images of climate change for decades, our vision has been distant images of vanishing beaches and uninhabitable desert cities. Sad for island nations, sure, but NIM-BY-ism has been a...

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Standing Up for Veterans

Veterans Cannabis Project remains laser- focused on advocating for vets. According to statistics from the American Legion, 92 percent of all veterans support research into medical cannabis, and 83 per- cent of veteran households support legalizing medical cannabis. That’s why the Veterans Cannabis Project (VCP) pulls no punches when it comes to access to medical cannabis for veterans....

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Get Back in the Game

Baskin boasts CBD for athletes. In the sea of CBD options, Baskin’s CBD product, according to the company, delivers 18 percent more CBD to the human body than does its competitors, and its all-natural, long-lasting, breathable formulation is ideal for active adults. “Our crop comes from various states. Regardless of legally grown resources, the CBD used is broad...

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Come On, Get Appy

Going through something? We all experience moments when we could use some support. Some of those moments are life-changing, while others are a part of everyday life. If you need to get it off your chest, you need to get Happy, the app. Described by Vice as “like Uber but for ‘Happy Givers,’” Happy connects you to one...

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“SoCo Style” cheesecakes support college dreams. As an 18-year-old senior at El Molino High School this past year, Anamaría Morales decided to invest in her future by launching College Confectionista, a micro-cheesecake bakery in Sonoma County. In the years since, she has built a cult following for her classic and creative cheesecakes, all while graduating from Santa Rosa...

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