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Why tackle The Pot Issue now?
By SN&R Staff
This article was published on 08.23.07
Hooking up ain’t easy.
By Boogie Elmar
Kids learn early that marijuana is bad. Then they grow up.
By Estee Lee
Neighborhood Watch goes 420.
By SN&R's Junior G-men
Random facts about marijuana for your illicit consumption.
Vaporizer’s take the “smoke” out of “smoke weed every day.”
By Geoff Johnson
Here are some marijuana-related Web links.
Got a pot-related question? Ask-a-Weedwhacker. But only this week.
California’s medical pot laws won’t protect you.
By Cosmo Garvin
The bureaucratic nether world makes access to marijuana no easy feat.
Hemp farming OK’d in Yolo County, but don’t tell the feds.
Electoral College plan is a GOP trick, Dems allege.
Who was PG&E spying on?
Is organic weed better? Smoke it and find out.
Bring your old TVs, cell phones and stereo equipment to Florin High School’s E-waste recycling event.
By Sena Christian
California State Fair celebrates environmental awareness.
By Emily Page
Brita and Nalgene don’t want you to buy bottled water, duh.
The highs and lows of America’s attempts to farm hemp.
Why we wrote this issue (on weed).
By Matt Coker
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Don’t trust your buddy more than your gut.
By Joey Garcia
That “laughing grass” is now weed with a wallop—and sometimes a wallop is necessary.
By Pat Lynch
When it comes to the devil’s weed, Da Gov has been decisive.
By Cecelia Brady-O'Quinn
The Mexican asks for creative ethnic labels.
By Gustavo Arellano
This is your government on drugs.
Pot should be legalized, taxed and regulated.
Prohibition didn’t work for booze and it doesn’t work for pot.
By Dale Gieringer
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson
Bong hits, Buddha Thai and killer bud: On the trail of marijuana’s mythical music man.
By R.V. Scheide
Smoking pot doesn’t make you a junkie afterall.
By Bruce Mirken
These local spiritual leaders don’t have all the answers. You do.
By Kimberly Brown
No, not cannabis, dude, cannibals. And cops and crooks.
By Sheryl Beauvais
Poetry’s original wild child, now in culturally-weighted vernacular English!
By Kel Munger
Then the music started and I stumbled like a zombie.
By Becca Costello
A poem by William S. Gainer of Grass Valley.
By William S. Gainer
The Sedaris dynasty brings a bit of pointed humor to the B Street Theater.
By Patti Roberts
Deft political theater from Celebration Arts.
Another would-be Midtown hotspot wants to seem upscale.
By Kate Washington
Hemp in the Heartland’s Kyle Pulliam talks about, well, hemp.
Whether espresso bean or tri-tip, it’s all in the roastin'.
Pop music as we know it would be different without weed.
By Jonathan Kiefer, and Josh Fernandez
A picture of mediocrity, Common’s Finding Forever, comes off like a road-side painting.
By Josh Fernandez
The Telly Savalas of rap, Crazy Ballhead tells us what he’s listening to lately.
By Erin Sierchio
He doesn’t smoke weed, but Jackson Griffith doesn’t mind a good Church Burner.
By Jackson Griffith
It has two moods: complacency and paranoia.
By Jonathan Kiefer
If bestiality, incest, misogyny and animal torture are you’re thing, then here’s your DVD.
By Mark Holcomb
Literally half the film that Ten was.
By Daniel Barnes
By Jim Lane
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