Issue: April 08, 2010

Ever wonder how the same generation that revelled in tie-dyed shirts, rock festivals, and pot-smoking could end up wearing tea-bags stapled to their hats? Jaime O’Neill takes a look at how the deep divisions of the ’60s led to the class warfare of 2010.

And speaking of pot-smoking, local musical theater group Artistic Differences opened the run of their production of REEFER MADNESS this week. Theater critic Kel Munger tells it like it is in this week’s Stage section, while SN&R contributor Ted Cox explains the show from his perch in the stoner row in this week’s Scene&Heard.