“The question is: How fast can we move people from the illicit market to the legal market, and that really depends on access and taxes, so those are the two things that are important to me.”
WEST COAST CANNABIS DISPATCH: GREEN WEDDING
I have never been too interested in marriage myself, but the thought of my great aunt pulling a tube out of a flower pot at the dinner table has me wondering if I should go and propose to my partner.
WHEEL OF TUNES: JAY SOM
Jay Som dishes about poodles, pipes, and Daft Punk with questions inspired by her album's song titles.
CONFIDENCE BOOSTER: THAO & THE GET DOWN STAY DOWN GET FUNKY
San Francisco's sunny singer uplifts herself and listeners with some help from tUnE-yArDs.
METAL GEAR SOLACE: DEAFHEAVEN ESCAPES THE LOS ANGELES BLUES
Deafheaven frontman George Clarke opens up about New Bermuda, complacency, and why opening mail sucks.
LABOR REVOLT IN THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIK
"At the end of the day, the lesson will be that none of us really can live on $10 a day."
CAB FAIR: BOSTON MEDIA DOES RIDESHARE BATTLE JUSTICE
With a plethora of neoliberal yuppies populating newsrooms in these parts, it’s surprising that more journos, from city desks to oped pages, haven’t run the taxi union out of town already.
ALBUM PREMIERE: HOUSE OF THE RISING FUZZ
Boston's DIY garage, psych, and rock acts joined forces for this summer's best compilation album.
FARE THEE WELL: FANS FLOOD THE SINCLAIR FOR THE GRATEFUL DEAD
Hippies will gather at The Sinclair this weekend when the Grateful Dead say their final farewell.
BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER: JESSICA PRATT FACES LONELINESS THRU FOLK GUITAR
Los Angeles singer-songwriter Jessica Pratt heals her wounds with strange, dark, hypnotic folk songs.