Daily Archives: October 6, 2014

What Would Jesus Do?  Probably Not Protest Marijuana Dispensaries

What Would Jesus Do? Probably Not Protest Marijuana Dispensaries

In a very un-Christlike display, Mount Calvary Christian Center, a Seattle church run by pastor Reggie Witherspoon, descended on the newly opened Uncle Ike’s dispensary yesterday. The shop, which has been open since Tuesday, September 30th, 2014, is apparently too close to their church for comfort, and they’re throwing the whole “love your neighbor as […]

Breaking Binaries: Black and White Thinking Can’t Apply to Cannabis

Breaking Binaries: Black and White Thinking Can’t Apply to Cannabis

Measure 91 is currently on Oregon’s November 2014 ballot with hopes of once and for all legalizing the adult recreational use of cannabis. The Oregon Medical Marijuana Act was passed in 1998, which legalized the medicinal use of cannabis through the Oregon Health Authority (OHA). Despite the leaps and bounds cannabis (in both respects) has […]

The Art of Cannabis: An Excerpt from Mitch Shenassa’s “The Cannabis Aficianado’s Handbook”

The Art of Cannabis: An Excerpt from Mitch Shenassa’s “The Cannabis Aficianado’s Handbook”

While high grade sinsemillia cannabis has been available for decades, the craft has entered a renaissance in recent years. With legislative positions on cannabis progressing nationwide, a blossoming industry has attracted artisan horticulturalists who produce exquisite flowers as labors of love. The goal of the cannabis aficionado isn’t to identify her favorites—though, certainly, she should […]