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Law Enforcement Against Prohibition 9

Law Enforcement Against Prohibition 9
PURPLE HEART (2) EX-INFANTRYMAN MAY BE DEPRIVED OF MEDICATIONS BY NEW S.D. DISPENSARY ORDINANCE By: Leo E. Laurence, J.D., Law Enforcement Against Prohibition | leopowerhere@msn.com The Purple Heart medal is only awarded after a soldier is wounded by hostile action in actual combat. Ben Crandall (21)...
May 9th, 2011 | Featured | Read More

May 2011 Volume 3 Issue 5 Hits the streets!

May 2011 Volume 3 Issue 5 Hits the streets!
May is upon us and before we dive into anything else, I want to take a moment to say Happy Mother’s Day to ALL the moms out there! I have seen no greater love than that of a mother for her child! We have an incredible issue for you this month! Included is an article on local artist Chris Konecki....
May 4th, 2011 | Featured, News | Read More

Tape Deck Mountain

How’d The Show Go? 
By: sandieganliz On Friday, April 15, 2011, an indie rock band called Tape Deck Mountain played at the Soda Bar in North Park. This 3-piece band has a psychedelic rock sound. –The drummer was also playing keys too, which made this band fun to watch. I arrived at...
April 29th, 2011 | Music | Read More

Hash House

Hash House
Another Kind of Mind-blowing Hash by R.J. Villa You wake up the morning after the evening; you and your friends decided to go big. Waking up with a monster appetite or varying levels of hangovers, none of you escape the craving for a solid and hearty meal. Perhaps a Bloody Mary or Mimosa to accompany...
April 29th, 2011 | Featured | Read More

Interview with Willie Psycho

Interview with Willie Psycho
Article by: Robert Stinson Photo by: Gio Blitz I couldn’t help but notice the smell of premium bud emanating from a hotboxed van as we walked into the parking lot of Riley’s Sports Bar in Point Loma. The doors flew open and the band immerged freshly baked with Willie Carter (lead vocalist,...
April 28th, 2011 | Featured, Music | Read More

Blue Riddim Band

Blue Riddim Band
By R.J. Villa For close to four decades now, the Blue Riddim Band’s music has been rooted in the beloved traditions of Jamaica and the 1960s and 1970s. Their latest release “Tribute” has been a long time in the making. It stands a true homage to their origins, fallen friends and band...
April 27th, 2011 | Featured, Music | Read More

Interview with a West Coast Master Grower: Dru West

Interview with a West Coast Master Grower: Dru West
DRU WEST is a medical marijuana grower, caretaker and patient from Bend, Oregon who for the last 15 years has been designing, managing, and consulting numerous grow operations across the U.S. –Operating in different areas and climates has given Dru the opportunity to learn and develop a wide variety...
April 22nd, 2011 | Featured | Read More

Today I keep thinking about why I do what I do…

By: Nicole Scott Today I keep thinking about why I do what I do…. Why start a cannabis institute devoted to teaching the laws that protect us? Why be active in the cannabis community? Why try to change the face of marijuana? Why join all the activist groups and try to invoke change? I think I do...
April 20th, 2011 | Activism | Read More

Moms United to end the war on Drugs

Moms United to end the war on Drugs
A New PATH-Parents for Addiction, Treatment and Healing www.anewpathsite.org By: Simon Eddisbury Drug users represent the overwhelming majority of the U.S. prison population. According to a recent report by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse, 85% of the country’s inmates have...
April 19th, 2011 | Activism, Featured | Read More

Today – Cannabis Composites are Cars, Cases, and more (like plastic), Made All Around the World

Today – Cannabis Composites are Cars,  Cases, and more (like plastic),  Made All Around the World
Part I I – Hemp Plastic By Dion MarkgraaffOne of the biggest problems the world is facing is the making of plastic out of planetary poisons like petroleum. This catastrophic crisis can be changed by the cannabis plant. As stated in part one, “Cannabis composite made products are starting...
April 15th, 2011 | Featured | Read More

Business Profile: IGS Hydroponics

Business Profile: IGS Hydroponics
By: George Alberts Other than gold, the one thing that we believe will help our country get back on its feet is agriculture. One of the only things our nation has going for itself and could produce for the world is agricultural resources and farm goods. These are the strong roots of our country that...
April 14th, 2011 | Featured | Read More

Still Growing Part 2

Still Growing Part 2
By: Mel The Bumbling Gardener For readers who missed out on last month’s issue…Now that we grow “tomatoes,” the need for 12 perfect clones come up every 70 days or so, and I’ve had problems finding enough healthy, root mature young ladies to fill my needs all at one time....
April 13th, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

We’re still here San Diego, and we’re here for you! April Issue of NUG…

We’re still here San Diego, and we’re here for you! April Issue of NUG…
Spring has sprung and April is officially here! Changes are inevitable with the rapid growth of our magazine and we wanted to take a little space to let the readers know about some of the changes that are going on…First off, we want to wish “KRON” good luck; he’s leaving NUG...
March 30th, 2011 | Featured, News | Read More

Goin’ Global with The Pier

Goin’ Global with The Pier
By: Sandieganliz The Pier is an online magazine dedicated to bringing the latest news and reviews on the Reggae/Rock scene, particularly the kind that emphasizes an acoustic approach. “Take Life Easy” – doesn’t that sound like a reggae approach? NUG Magazine got a chance to...
March 29th, 2011 | Featured, Music | Read More

Still Growing – The “Mothership” has landed

Still Growing – The “Mothership” has landed
By Mel the Bumbling Gardner If you took my advice, you got off the fence and started growing your own. If you read my last story “Grow or not to Grow”, then you know that I found an easy to understand, easy to set up, and, most importantly, easy to operate indoor growing system. With two...
March 28th, 2011 | Featured | Read More

Acupuncture

Acupuncture
By: Tiffany Janay My adventurous spirit and tendency to constantly push myself toward new experiences is what led me to walk blindly into an acupuncture treatment. When I would tell people I was going, they would immediately ask me, “Are you nervous?”  I would just tell them, “No,...
March 23rd, 2011 | Featured | Read More

Non-violent crimes make big money in California prisons

Non-violent crimes make big money in California prisons
By Tiffani Kjeldergaard A marijuana arrest is classified as a non-violent offence, unless of course, you use violence. For the peaceful cultivator, transporter, possessor, or seller of marijuana, this pertains to you. You are the California prison system’s big ticket item! California...
March 21st, 2011 | Activism, Featured | Read More

Today – cannabis composites are cars, cases, and more (like plastic)

Today – cannabis composites are cars, cases, and more (like plastic)
By Dion Markgraaff Cannabis composite-made products are starting to take over many industries due to the low impact cost (economically and environmentally) of growing the plant and the superior results of the finished goods. Scales, snow and skateboards, cars, plastic, and cases for business and musical...
March 18th, 2011 | Featured | Read More

Patient Profile: PHIL

Patient Profile: PHIL
Story by: Pamela Jayne It was 20 years ago this May when Phil was involved in a horrible motorcycle accident that altered the course of his life forever. The past two decades have been marked by excruciating pain, scars that will never completely fade, countless numbers of surgeries that are still being...
March 17th, 2011 | Misc | Read More

A CREAMY BLEND OF FANTASTIC & FABULOUS

A CREAMY BLEND OF FANTASTIC & FABULOUS
By Marc Emmelmann Melanie Dellas’ new book, Fantastic Fabulous Creatures and Beasts (Volume 1), is perfect for children or anyone with a whimsical spirit. 22 beasts & creatures are introduced in this 45 page, creamy blend of fantastic and fabulous!  Written poetically with dynamic and fun...
March 16th, 2011 | Art, Featured | Read More
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