The True Story Of The Great Marijuana Crash Of 2011 by Walter Hickey
1980: Crack was just turning up in the United States. The contras were seeking funds to support their civil war in Nicaragua. And an L. A. kid was looking for an opportunity. The combination would change America.
Bill Hicks – Mandatory Marijuana
Before anyone had heard of the Mexican cartels and the Colombian kingpins, there was a group of Cali surfers, friends who discovered weed in the ’60s and—in a fit of stoner inspiration—figured out how to smuggle in the best, most potent stuff on earth. Over a decade, they built an empire that made hundreds of millions, while laughing at the war on drugs. Joshuah Bearman, the writer who brought you ‘Argo,’ tells the whole true story
This new book from Richard Kern is phenomenal, and yes we do say this in part because it is about topless chicks smoking pot.
‘F— Rap, Laying Back Eating Poutine’ by Alex Pappademas
A highly stoned, deeply weird, very food-obsessed three days on the road with 300-pound Albanian American rapper Action Bronson
Photo by Terry Richardson
Aaron Hernandez might have been one of the NFL’s all-time greats, but he could never escape drugs, guns and a life of violence
Good Neighbor: This Is How We Trip