Sunday brunch with endless mimosas and
from-the-can hollandaise is basic. Local coffee laced with locally
grown, trimmed and prepared weed is not.
Caffeine and THC are a
wonderful pair. But
Editor’s note: Over the past two
weeks, Wm. Willard Greene has written about traveling to Dallas to watch
the Ducks’ game and not bringing any weed because he was worried about
Welcome to the new normal.
took a while. Oregon’s journey to legal weed, which culminates in a big,
smoky rally on the waterfront this July, started way back in 1973, when
Editor’s note: Wm. Willard Greene “got into some legal
shit” in rural California while returning from Humboldt County. He asked
an associate to fill in.
Washington and Colorado legalized
Next Monday, Honolulu-born Marcus Mariota, along with five
other Hawaiians, will lead the Oregon Ducks against the Ohio State
Buckeyes in Arlington, Texas, for the first national championship of
Very soon, on what is likely to be a cloudy day,
storefronts across Portland’s plucky northernmost suburb will be front
and center for one of America’s newest and nuttiest experiments. The
Since I was very young, I’ve had a hard
time focusing. My brain is like a bumblebee, clumsily flitting from
place to place, picking up pollen here and there. Since the day I hit
A restrictive new state law that led to the temporary closure of medical marijuana dispensaries taught us a lesson we should have already known.
Editor’s note: Columnist Wm. Willard
Greene is on a spirit quest in the Rockies. In his place, we’ve asked
another writer to chime in about recent changes to Oregon dispensary