Cannabis Concerns

Humboldt and other counties in the Emerald Triangle face unique challenges as they look toward January 2018 when Prop. 64 goes into effect.

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Is Robador the New Gaza? – An Interview with Miquel Fernández

It seems that el Raval exemplifies perfectly the clash between two Barcelonas. Why is theirs a history of violence? Because it has demonized a place and people, simply because they are poor, hard-working

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The Ultimate Intimate Experience: Holding Hands

Jane Stillwater- Imagine if George W. Bush had just told Saddam Hussein, “If you don’t immediately give me all your oil, I’m going to threaten to HOLD YOUR HAND!” Perhaps if that had happened, we would have re-written history– and all too many Americans

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Under the Saffron Sky

By: Neonorth-A tinge of saffron scented the après dawn sky though Jackie, her sunken hazel eyes rolled back, half collapsed against the wall with the tin foil covering the small pane of glass save for the thin slit one inch by four inch long that had only a moment before been created by her ring dragging across it, was far too busy choking on her own vomit to notice it.

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Lessons from Nuts

By: Grainne Rhuad
What happens when the “Right” turns out to be right about something? Is it okay for the “Right” to be right sometimes?

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