WWeed Grow-Off Week 8

Are the News interns alcoholic absentee parents?

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On July 1, recreational weed became legal in Oregon. One of the things that means is that everyone can now legally grow up to four marijuana plants. Here at Willamette Week, we were so excited that we decided to have an old-fashioned office grow-off. All of our plants started the same size and they are all the P-91 strain, but each department elected to grow its plants in different ways.See previous ...   More
 
Monday, August 31, 2015 ZACH MIDDLETON

WWeed Grow-Off Week 7

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Culture
On July 1, recreational weed became legal in Oregon. One of the things that means is that everyone can now legally grow up to four marijuana plants. Here at Willamette Week, we were so excited that we decided to have an old-fashioned office grow-off. All of our plants started the same size and they are all the P-91 strain, but each department elected to grow its plants in different ways.See previous ...   More
 
Friday, August 21, 2015 ZACH MIDDLETON

WWeed Grow-Off Week 6

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On July 1, recreational weed became legal in Oregon. One of the things that means is that everyone can now legally grow up to four marijuana plants. Here at Willamette Week, we were so excited that we decided to have an old-fashioned office grow-off. All of our plants started the same size and they are all the P-91 strain, but each department elected to grow its plants in different ways.See previous ...   More
 
Friday, August 14, 2015 WALKER MACMURDO

State Rep. Brent Barton Says Goodbye


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State Rep. Brent Barton (D-Oregon City) is surrendering the most expensive seat in the Oregon House. Barton, 35, a Harvard-educated trial lawyer, defeated Republican Steve Newgard in a 2014 rematch th   More
 
Wednesday, August 12, 2015 WWeek News Staff

Raffles Less Legal than Free Weed


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HATE THE GAME: The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has finally made a ruling on giving away weed in bars, at least as it concerns the Analog Cafe & Theater’s Marijuana Mondays. It’s totally c   More
 
Wednesday, August 12, 2015 WW Culture Staff

WWeed Grow-Off Week 5

Candis is thirsty and Addi gets a new set-up.

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On July 1, recreational weed became legal in Oregon. That means is that everyone can now legally grow up to four marijuana plants. Here at Willamette Week, we were so excited that we decided to have an old-fashioned office grow-off. All of our plants started the same size and they are all the P-91 strain, but each department elected to grow their plants in different ways. During Week 5, the ...   More
 
Tuesday, August 4, 2015 ALLIE DONAHUE

WWeed Grow-Off Week 4

Green thumb wrestling at our office.

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On July 1, recreational weed became legal in Oregon. One of the things that means is that everyone can now legally grow up to four marijuana plants. Here at Willamette Week, we were so excited that we decided to have an old-fashioned office grow-off. All of our plants started the same size and they are all the P-91 strain, but each department elected to grow its plants in different ways.We’ve been ...   More
 
Monday, July 27, 2015 ALLIE DONAHUE

Analog Cafe Handing Out Free Weed Every Monday

"I feel like Oprah. Here’s some free legal weed for you! and some for you!"

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They're giving out free weed every Monday at the Analog Cafe, on 720 SE 7th Ave. Why? "Because we can," say owners. The venue, restaurant and burlesque hall has been hosting Marijuana Mondays every week since legalization on July 1. Fight Church Television—a late-night-style talk show at the Analog putting assorted "relevant" Portlanders on the mic—and burlesque show Gothique Blend ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

WWeed Grow Off Week 3

Green thumb wrestling at our office.

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Culture
On July 1, recreational weed became legal in Oregon. One of the things that means is that everyone can now legally grow up to four marijuana plants. Here at Willamette Week, we were so excited that we decided to have an old-fashioned office grow-off. All of our plants started the same size and they are all the P-91 strain, but each department elected to grow their plants in different ways. We're now ...   More
 
Monday, July 20, 2015 ALLIE DONAHUE

High Fidelity

The stoniest Portland albums ever.


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Oregon wasn’t the first state to legalize marijuana, but maybe that’s because we were too busy making heavy, trippy, funky or otherwise mind-expanding music to remember to mail in our ballots. Som   More
 
Wednesday, July 1, 2015 CASEY JARMAN

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