Our favorite reader submitted photos for the week of October 21, 2014.
"Tax and regulate it," said Alex Wodak, an internationally renowned drug policy reformer at the Drug Policy Allianceâ€™s Lindesmith Library seminar, "Shifting the Cannabis Debate: Optimal Cannabis Policies for the 21st Century," on July 16. Wodak is the president of th...
The Phish faithful invaded what was once Loring Airforce Base in Limestone, Maine for two days (August 2-3) to celebrate IT, the band's most recent end-of-the-tour camping festival. HIGH TIMES was on hand to file complete coverage.
At 28, Uncle Crackerâ€™s already seen many of his dreams realized, both as turntable master for Kid Rock and in his own career, but that doesnâ€™t mean this workaholic has any plans for slowing down.
More tragedy in the cloning chamber. The NL#9 clone mother took a turn for the worse after it was pruned. It browned and died this week.
Thousand of hippies landed on the former Loring Airforce Base in Limestone, Maine for Phishâ€™s two-day IT festival on August 2 and 3. They came from all over the United States, packed in cars with camping supplies and pharmaceutical necessities.
It had been a long day. Itâ€™d started the night before with a 15-hour drive from New York to Limestone, Maine, and now it was ending in the fantasyland carnival parking lot at Phishâ€™s two-day end-of-the-tour camping extravaganza.
Planted 5 more Sweet Tooth seeds early this week. All came up by day four. Had to remove the seed shell from one that couldnâ€™t break free on its own. Aired out the test clones in humidity domes.