• Chris Robinson Brotherhood

    After finishing up their concert tour last winter, The Black Crowes once again announced their hiatus—making it the second time in the band’s history that they’ve taken a break. Almost within

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  • Ice Cube in concert

    As one of the legendary icons of rap, O’Shea Jackson (Ice Cube) made his mark in the 1980s as a standout member of NWA. After leaving the group, a successful solo rap career in the 1990s cemented

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  • The Upsetter documentary screening

    As one of the most innovative artists in reggae music, Lee Scratch Perry was one of the first musicians to use sampling (a crying baby sound) in his music—way back in 1968. Creating his own label,

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  • California NORML Conference

    The California branch of NORML is calling all supporters to attend their Marijuana Reform: Next Steps (Southern California) conference this month to discuss the future of marijuana reform efforts in

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  • Snoop Dogg

    From his trendsetting release in 1992, Doggystyle, to his cameo appearances on Half Baked, Weeds and Entourage, Snoop Dogg’s exhibited the uncanny ability to make himself an everyday pop culture

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  • 30th Annual Ragga Muffins Festival

    Forget St. Valentine’s Day. The real reason to get goose bumps in the middle of February has nothing to do with chocolate-dipped strawberries and overpriced roses. It’s strictly roots, baby,

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  • Musink

    Finally, a tattoo show that truly rocks. Sure, the sheer number (more than 300 in fact) of world-famous tattoo artists who will be part of Musink is enough to make your skin crawl. But it’s the

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