Daily Archives: April 14, 2015

Psymposia’s Amherst 2015 Conference: Envisioning a Post Prohibition World

Psymposia’s Amherst 2015 Conference: Envisioning a Post Prohibition World

Psymposia presents: “Envisioning a Post Prohibition World” Conference April 17-19, 2015 Amherst, MA This conference will also be availble online: psymposia.com   Imagine the world without a drug war. What are the challenges? What’s possible? Find out on the weekend of April 17-19 when Psymposia hosts a new kind of drug conference in the brand new […]

Lady Business: Shaleen Title of THC Staffing Group

Lady Business: Shaleen Title of THC Staffing Group

FEATURE PHOTO: Shaleen Title by Alison Heckard, Bird in Flight Photography I first met Shaleen Title at a photo shoot for Pot Couture in Brooklyn in 2010 and while that publication is no longer online, we formed a strong bond that exists in this new paradigm of cannabis legalization. She’s one of the movement’s great treasures […]

Cannabis Reform In Texas: An Educational Disconnect?

Cannabis Reform In Texas: An Educational Disconnect?

Is there a disconnection between the education and knowledge of cannabis-related issues by politicians, versus that of their constituents? After speaking with many individuals, both representatives and constituents, I found that not only is there a lack of basic knowledge, but the educational gap that exists between the two is a black hole, where most […]

Humor 101: A Psychologist Explains How to Get the Most Out of Therapy

Humor 101: A Psychologist Explains How to Get the Most Out of Therapy

Every single person on earth needs therapy, but few know how to make it the most curative process since ham. Simple guidelines can help you turn pedestrian treatment into a top-of-the-line analysis with all the associated hyphens. These steps will have you on the yellow brick road to the emerald city of common unhappiness as […]

No More Drug War: Mother Crystal Munoz doing 19 years for DEA Set Up

No More Drug War: Mother Crystal Munoz doing 19 years for DEA Set Up

Marijuana users are frequently given the advice to never chat or “cooperate” with law enforcement, and there’s no better example of why not than Crystal Munoz, currently in her 7th year of incarceration on a 19 year, 10 month sentence. Her nightmare began when DEA agents visited Munoz’s home. They assured the young mother of […]