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V.25 No.38 | 9/22/2016
Baked Goods
Rob M.

Baked Goods

News Break

By Joshua Lee
Joshua Lee takes a break from his weekly cannabis review to go over last month’s weed news.
V.25 No.37 | 9/15/2016
Baked Goods
Rob M.

Baked Goods

Green Voices

Plant love at PūrLife

By Joshua Lee
Joshua Lee links medical cannabis to a growing interest in botany.
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V.25 No.36 | 9/8/2016
Rob M.

Baked Goods

Medicine for Melancholy

R. Greenleaf gives an attitude adjustment

By Joshua Lee
Joshua Lee takes medical cannabis patients on a weekly tour of local dispensaries. This week he visits R. Greenleaf.
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V.25 No.35 | 9/1/2016
Rob M.

Baked Goods

Holy Rollers

Minerva Canna Group praises the plant

By Joshua Lee
Joshua Lee takes medical cannabis patients on a weekly tour of local dispensaries. This week he visits Minerva Canna Group.

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V.25 No.34 | 8/25/2016
Baked Goods
Rob M.

Baked Goods

News Break

This month in cannabis

By Joshua Lee
Joshua Lee takes a break from reviewing local dispensaries to catch up on the headlines.
V.25 No.33 | 08/18/2016

News

The Daily Word In Another Land

The 10pm News

By August March [ Thu Aug 18 2016 9:59 PM ]
The Daily Word

Goodbye, Gawker.

Meanwhile in Malawi, a "heartless burglar" was will spend the next seven years in remand.

A rainy summer up north means more mosquitoes in Manitoba.

A Channel NewsAsia-Institute of Policy Studies survey found that racism is still an issue in Singapore.

The leader of Nepal's newly formed government will meet with the Indian Prime Minister to discuss economic aid for the struggling Himalayan nation.

Here's an update from Aleppo.

A young man residing in the Vale of South Glamorgan was busted for selling cannabis, but avoided jail.

Jigging for squid was recently banned at Nantucket's town pier.

In other fishing news, a Burqueña caught a seven pound Large Mouth Bass at Elephant Butte Lake by trolling a Bomber.

Ladies and Gentlemen, The Rolling Stones.

V.25 No.33 | 8/18/2016
Rob M.

Baked Goods

Man From Porlock

High Desert Relief and CBD

By Joshua Lee
Joshua Lee takes medical cannabis patients on a weekly tour of local dispensaries. This week he visits High Desert Relief.
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V.25 No.32 | 8/11/2016
Rob M.

Baked Goods

Remedial Math

Urban Wellness and the hunt for THC

By Joshua Lee
Joshua Lee takes medical cannabis patients on a weekly tour of local dispensaries. This week he visits Urban Wellness.
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V.25 No.31 | 8/4/2016
Baked Goods
Rob M.

Baked Goods

You Are What You Eat

Medzen and the art of eating cannabis

By Joshua Lee
Joshua Lee takes medical cannabis patients on a weekly tour of local dispensaries. This week he visits Medzen and tells us how edibles work.
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V.25 No.30 | 7/28/2016
Baked Goods
Rob M.

Baked Goods

Genius of Love

SWOP: the difference between sativa and indica

By Joshua Lee
Joshua Lee takes medical cannabis patients on a weekly tour of local dispensaries. This week he visits Southwest Organic Producers.
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V.25 No.27 | 07/07/2016

The Daily Word in Punching Therapy, Weed Workouts and Robot Hunters

By Joshua Lee [ Sun Jul 10 2016 9:43 AM ]
The Daily Word

Twins are weird. These two sisters (who were born 11 minutes apart) gave birth at the exact same date and time (in their respective time zones).

Some scientists from the University of Zurich in Switzerland are developing AI that can track a target in real time, which according to them will help create a generation of automatons that will be able to round up shopping carts at grocery stores, or bring your luggage to you at the airport, or make self-driving cars work better ... or allow autonomous machines to track and destroy prey easily. Hiyo!

"Punching therapy" is not only a real thing, it's also exactly what it sounds like. And a woman in China has gone nearly blind after two years of weekly (and sometimes more) therapeutic beatings about the face. When her eyesight began to get fuzzy, her therapist allegedly suggested more punches. A real doctor told her she was developing cataracts. Go figure.

The first reports of a developing pandemic have arrived. Out-of-breath nerds with sore legs abound after the initial onslaught of Pokémon Go the first large-scale, mainstream augmented reality game. The epidemic will be known as "PokéFever." Prices for Ben Gay, crutches and wheelchairs will undoubtedly skyrocket before next weekend.

In case you didn't know: Smoking pot makes exercising awesome. And a couple of folks in CA plan to open a gym where you can smoke weed while you work out. Meanwhile, a spokesperson for Citizens Against Legalizing Marijuana said, "there’s zero evidence that marijuana helps you focus. There is evidence that it makes you dopey," meaning she's obviously never tried it.

V.25 No.26 | 6/30/2016
Worst In Show
Rob M

Freedom

Worst in Show

Legalize it, you dopes

By Joshua Lee
Legalizing cannabis would help the economy and the people of New Mexico, writes Joshua Lee.
V.25 No.23 | 6/9/2016
News City
Robert Maestas

Newscity

Nearly Half of State's Hate Crimes Unreported

By Joshua Lee
Nearly half of New Mexico's law enforcement hasn't reported hate crime totals to the FBI, Navajo cops are criticized for an 8 hour delay in an Amber Alert and the state's medical cannabis industry is growing.
V.25 No.7 | 02/18/2016

News

The Daily Word in Dianna Duran, Cannabis and the Nations Kindest City

By Peter Karlsen [ Sat Feb 20 2016 6:48 PM ]
The Daily Word

Somehow Albuquerque was ranked the Nation's Kindest City. Oh, we were in contention with Detroit. I guess that's how.

"Cheesecake Factory expects strong NM debut," because, you know, that's obviously news.

A tiny home community named "Storybrook" is going to pop up soon. Look for the next season of Once Upon A Time to take place in a new, desert-y setting.

Governor Martinez implies credit for legislation happening.

Your out-of-state relatives should be happy to know about the projected increase of availability for pinon flavored coffee.


"Blah, blah, blah, Diane Duran, blah, blah, light sentencing" says attorney.


NM lawmakers find another way to blow it.

V.25 No.6 | 02/11/2016

News

The Daily Word in Scalia's death, setting bail and cannabis oil

By Peter Karlsen [ Sat Feb 13 2016 5:31 PM ]
The Daily Word

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has died.

New Mexico's system of capital outlay will remain business as usual.

There's a new bill proposing to give New Mexico judges more leniency when setting bail.

An Albuquerque child is having their epilepsy treated with cannabis oil with encouraging results.

Construction on the Albuquerque Rapid Transit line could begin as soon as May.

State legislators are making progress toward Department of Homeland Security ID compliance with a new REAL ID bill.

A new house bill make exempt insurers and employers from having to make workers compensation reimbursements for medical cannabis.

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