by Mark Sutherland
by Mark Sutherland
Your Friendly Neighborhood Drug Dealer by Roy Klabin
Working in America’s everyday black-market economy
How to Get Rich in the Medical Marijuana Business (or Go Broke Trying) by Francisco Alvarado
Whoopi Goldberg pens a love letter to her portable vaporizer, Sippy.
In honor of National Pot Smokers Day this Sunday, a 420 video mix by Eclectic Method
Tweaked out poachers in Northern California are running rampant through old-growth redwood forests hacking off burls, bulbous, rare deformities in the trees that are highly valued for their odd grain and beauty.
Shallon: Drug Safety
Originally published April 2013
Over the course of three years, photographer Colin M. Day has traveled to and from a marijuana farm in the wilderness of Northern California. These are the resulting photographs.
My Father, The Drug Lord by Tony Dokoupil
Big Tony Dokoupil–a charismatic, high-living drug trafficker–made his fortune moving dozens of tons of weed, then bottomed out and lost it all. His estranged son finds him two decades later, ruined, and confronts the man who abandoned his family to rule over the golden age of marijuana.
Comedians on Psychedelics. Just makes you want to run to the safest place and ingest some DMT…
While reviewing Kurt Cobain’s suicide case in anticipation of its 20th anniversary, a Seattle Police Detective found four rolls of crime scene photographs that had never developed by the investigator because of the explanation above.
The science of being drunk and high at the same time. It really depends on the order of ingestion though.
Stoners rejoice, Broken Lizard’s Jay Chandrasekhar is writing and directing a new Cheech & Chong movie, the first since 1983. If Willie Nelson makes a cameo, maybe the promise at the end of Beerfest will come true.
Antidepressant for Antidepressant Ads
The terrible effects of some illegal marijuana grows on the environment. This Is Your Wilderness on Drugs.
Sometimes saving the rainforest means saving the people too. Wildlife presenter Charlie Hamilton James bought a slice of land high up in the Andes in an effort to close off an illegal logging route, what he found was an impoverished community willing to do anything to survive.
Pat Riot’s LAGO clone kit. Available exclusively in-store at The Seventh Letter Flagship Store & Gallery (346 N. Fairfax Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90036)