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DIY Cannab-ice Cream

Planning a grown-up summer barbecue? Surprise your cannabis-loving guests with infused ice cream sandwiches featuring CBD/THC flowers combined with an array of flavors. Chef Joe Sasto create this homemade infused ice cream with  Autumn Brands’ clean, pesticide-free cannabis, but you can substitute with your favorite flower if it isn’t available in your home state. While tasty, this dosed...

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Marijuana for Military Veterans

In America, “support the troops” is a common refrain, however for combat-injured veterans, the wounds of war outlast the battlefield, and support is needed long after their service is up. But those suffering from PTSD, depression, and sleep disorders often feel forgotten. Prescribed pharmaceuticals to ease the pain, some vets never feel truly healed and are discovering cannabis...

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Fresh Tunes

Although brighter days are on the horizon, the timeline for when musicians can safely resume touring is still hazy. The situation has forced many artists to stay productive by focusing on studio projects, with many being released in the early part of the year. From indie upstarts to established legends, here’s a look at 10 new albums coming...

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National: Waiting on a Friend

  If we’ve learned one thing over the past year, we can probably all agree, it’s the value of delivery. Stuck at home and hungry, we placed 500 percent more Instacart orders than we had before the plague, and we paid DoorDash, Uber Eats, Grubhub, and Postmates $5.5 billion in combined revenue to bring us doughnuts, dumplings, and...

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Let’s Go Skiing

Find out where and how to safely shred this season in California. PHOTO COURTESY OF NORTHSTAR Despite strict lockdowns and stay-at-home orders, California’s ski resorts are open for the season. Sure, you’ll have to comply with numerous rules to visit, but these regulations keep the mountains open to all. And some good news: Skiing...

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Safe Space – Detroit’s Inclusive Bud and Breakfast

Activist and entrepreneur Jess Jackson is destigmatizing cannabis and building a community where everyone is welcome at her Copper House Bud and Breakfast. Jess Jackson wants the world to know her as a “community architect.” “That means I build, develop, sustain, and enhance communities,” says the 33-year-old entrepreneur. “It’s not a known career, but the name conveys that...

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Happy Plan

Americans finally have reason to (cautiously) dream about travel again. If you’re wondering how to be a good traveler in the time of COVID-19, look to the words of ancient Chinese philosopher and author Lao Tzu. Among his many notable wise quotes is this one: “A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.”...

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Winter Safecations

Need a reprieve from the pandemic? Try a California staycation filled with outdoor adventures. Flying to a tropical island or a faraway mountaintop ski retreat sounds perfect at this phase of the pandemic but higher case numbers and new stay-at-home orders leave Northern Californians (relatively) confined to their local area. If you’ve finally finished Netflix (congratulations) and need...

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A Capital City Christmas

Don’t let the pandemic turn you into a Grinch. Celebrate the holidays safely in Sacramento with an al fresco hot cocoa and a brightly lit Ferris wheel. Rising COVID-19 case counts and statewide curfews make California’s holiday season feel much less merry and bright. Instead of canceling all plans to celebrate head to Sacramento—California’s capital city since 1854—this December for a...

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