• Willie Nelson’s Country Throwdown

    Willie Nelson is no stranger to politics nor advocacy. He’s the co-chair of NORML’s advisory board, he’s protested against redistricting in his home state of Texas and he’s an advocate for

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  • Green Leaf 420 Expo

    Green Leaf began as a blog. Its mission was to spread the word of the healing powers of marijuana. Now, upgraded to a full-fledged e-zine with 500-plus participants, it remains committed to showing

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  • The Marijuana Conference 2011

    With all the legislation going back and forth, it can be hard for budding ganjapreneurs to keep up with all the various laws and regulations concerning medical cannabis. The 2011 Marijuana Conference

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  • Lauryn Hill

    Former Fugees vocalist Lauryn Hill is considered by many to be the mother of hip-hop invention. Her critically acclaimed solo album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, on which she wrote, arranged or

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  • 13th Annual Million Marijuana March

    Once again, the Moorish science temple of America kicks off its annual Million Marijuana March in Los Angeles’ Leimert Park. The two-day celebration is part of the larger Global Marijuana March

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  • Lil Wayne I’m Still Music II Tour

    New Orleans native Dwayne Michael Carter started rapping when he was 9 years old and hit pay dirt 17 years later with his Grammy-winning, double platinum-selling album, Tha Carter III. A

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  • “Revolutionaries”

    Featuring the work of street artists ABCNT and CRYPTIK, as well as fine art pieces from Asad Faulwell and Oscar Magallanes, “Revolutionaries” at Petersen Projects gallery in Pomona reminds us of

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  • Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival

    Now in its 12th year, the Inland Valley’s alternative music fest is still going strong in the grassy fields surrounded by the desert dunes of Coachella. Filled with multiple stages and non-stop

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