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Cannabis Makes its Official Outside Lands Debut

By | August 13th, 2018|California, Culture, festival, San Francisco|

For the first time, cannabis became part of the official lineup at San Francisco’s Outside Lands Festival this weekend—kind of. Grass Lands, the first-ever curated cannabis experience to hit a mainstream festival, set up shop in a sprawling woodland fairyland overlooking the festival’s main stage. However, regulations forbid the sale of Grass Lands’ star—ironic considering [...]

San Francisco Bans Cannabis Dispensaries in Chinatown

By | August 1st, 2018|California, featured, News, San Francisco|

On Tuesday, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors voted 8-3 to ban dispensaries in the city’s historic Chinatown district. The vote changes the city’s planning code to prohibit both medical and recreational dispensaries from doing business in the neighborhood. San Francisco Supervisors say they made the move in an effort to protect Chinatown’s long-time residents and [...]

The Ten Best Dispensaries in the East Bay

By | July 19th, 2018|California, dispensaries, featured, San Francisco|

San Francisco’s dispensaries are a direct reflection of the city itself; they tend to be boutiquey or more over the top than one would expect of a cannabis club. Like lots of San Francisco, everything feels very new. Across the bridge on the other side of the bay, however, things could not be more different. [...]

“Permit Patty” Steps Down as CEO of Cannabis Company

By | June 27th, 2018|California, News, racism, San Francisco|

Alison Ettel, now better known as “Permit Patty,” has announced that she is stepping down as CEO of TreatWell Health, a cannabis company specializing in CBD edibles and tinctures. Ettel’s announcement comes just days after a video of her reporting an 8-year-old girl to the police for “selling water without a permit” went viral on [...]

Cannabis Business Owner Permit Patty Calls Cops On 8-Year-Old Selling Water

By | June 26th, 2018|California, featured, News, Race, San Francisco, viral|

A video of a woman since identified as Alison Ettel calling the cops on an 8-year-old black girl selling water on her stoop went viral with the hashtag #PermitPatty last weekend. Jordan Rogers was hoping to sell cold bottled water to baseball fans heading to AT&T Park for the San Francisco Giants vs. the San [...]

The 10 Best Marijuana Dispensaries in San Francisco

By | May 29th, 2018|California, dispensaries, San Francisco|

San Francisco as we know it has been split into two halves of the same whole. On one side, there’s “Old” San Francisco, a town with a history of art and activism that stems back to the Beat Generation and, later, the hippie movement. “New” San Francisco is represented by tech innovation, remarkable growth, and [...]

San Francisco Brewery Ordered to Stop Production of CBD-Infused Beer

By | May 24th, 2018|alcohol, beer, California, hemp, News, San Francisco|

Authorities have ordered a San Francisco brewery to stop producing its line of beers infused with cannabidiol (CBD). Black Hammer Brewing, in the city’s SoMa district, began brewing CBD-infused beer last year. The brewer also includes terpenes commonly found in cannabis in its recipes to add the herb’s distinctive flavors. So far, Black Hammer has [...]

California’s History of Arresting Minorities for Marijuana

By | February 7th, 2018|California, criminal justice, Laws, News, Police, San Francisco|

The post California’s History of Arresting Minorities for Marijuana appeared first on High Times. Despite its reputation for being a progressive state, California has a long history of arresting minorities for marijuana. But is there about to be a majors shift in the criminal justice system? San Francisco’s District Attorney George Gascon will begin clearing [...]

California Could Dismiss ALL Marijuana Convictions Dating Back To 1975

By | February 5th, 2018|California, criminal justice, News, San Francisco|

The post California Could Dismiss ALL Marijuana Convictions Dating Back To 1975 appeared first on High Times. Here’s some groundbreaking and optimistic news: California could dismiss all marijuana convictions from the past 40 years. Californians with convictions for marijuana-related misdemeanors will see their records cleared, as prosecutors up and down the Golden State begin dismissing [...]

Remembering Dennis Peron, The Force Behind Medical Marijuana

By | January 28th, 2018|California, Culture, Dennis Peron, featured, HIV/AIDS, Medical Marijuana, News, People, San Francisco|

The post Remembering Dennis Peron, The Force Behind Medical Marijuana appeared first on High Times. We are sad to report that the legendary activist Dennis Peron passed away on January 27 after a battle with cancer. For those who are unfamiliar with the name, Dennis Peron was one of the most prominent advocates for medical marijuana [...]