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Snoop Dogg’s 420 Festival shut down

Cops were called to Snoop Dogg’s marijuana celebration party in Los Angeles on Saturday following complaints from neighbours.

The rapper, who now goes by the name Snoop Lion, organized a bash at a Hollywood Hills mansion to mark 20 April, a date which has a special meaning in cannabis culture due to its numerical link to 4.20 p.m., when marijuana lovers light up. 46 more words

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Vancouver BC Budder Pot Block tour with Kiwi Kush

Visit the wonderful land of BC Bud in Vancouver BC! You can tour the pot block / bars / smoke out; Just about like Amsterdam. Visit Marc & Jodi Emery’s Cannabis Culture magazine. 23 more words

Did Occupy Vancouver's Current 'Leaders' Steal Their Playbook From The NDP?

I’m here in Cortes, doing a little research on BC’s political history- ran across an interesting story about Dana Larsen’s experience with the NDP. I’d write-up my own synopsis, but I’m feeling a bit tired today after my journey… 452 more words

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Come join Occupy Vancouver's Antics on Facebook! (Free Eby Cream Pies to the first 10 visitors!)

Okay, one last post before I go to bed. Wanted to invite everyone to join the “#OccupyVancouver” group on Facebook. It is a bit of a… 70 more words

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WCC Interview With Jodie Emery

From West Coast Cannabis

Canadian activist, writer and publisher of Cannabis Culture Magazine, Marc Emery, made his way onto the DEA’s most wanted list through cannabis seed sales over the United States border. 2,440 more words

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Chaos Erupts Over Prop 19 at California Cannabis Expo

Chaos Erupts Over Prop 19 at California Cannabis Expo
CannabisCulture / Angela Bacca / 09,27,2010

CANNABIS CULTURE – A debate over California’s Proposition 19, which would legalizemarijuana in the state, was disrupted by critics of the bill who heckled scheduled speakers and interrupted proceedings at the International Cannabis and Hemp Expo in San Francisco. 1,243 more words

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FREE MARC EMERY

The other day a fellow whom I know asked me what I thought was the most important work marijuana activists can do to further the cause. 680 more words

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