Dante Jordan has an essay in Weedmaps about what the pandemic has taken from us:

I miss sharing weed. And so do you — I see it in your eyes (plus the fact that you’re reading this article). The coronavirus has changed everything in the world, and just because weed is essential doesn’t mean we’re untouched. Cannabis cafés have gone out of business, those fancy THC-infused dinners in Los Angeles are on hold, and Oregon dispensaries — where you could stick your nose into the jars — have shifted to a wafting model.

You can’t even let off a public weed cough without people side-eyeing you like you’re patient zero.

Read the whole thing.

Quick Hit

  1. In his new memoir “Let Love Rule,” Lenny Kravitz writes about a youth saturated with weed and rock ‘n’ roll.
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