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Who’s Smoking

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The glorification of recreational medical cannabis use troubles some folks as Hempcon comes to San Jose.

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High Weirdness

Adam Gorightly sends readers on some bizarre byways in his new guide to conspiracy theories.

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New Math

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New poll shows voters support legalization and regulation.

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Memories of Jack

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Recalling Jack Douglas, one of the last of a generation of great San Jose historians.

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Get on The Bus

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Local dispensaries give back to community with blood drives.

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Counting to Zero

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The muse meets the business plan as the ZERO1 Biennial goes looking for Silicon Valley.

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Dude, Where’s My Car?

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The District Attorney's Office says blood tests launched last year can determine if a driver is stoned.

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Radio Mayhem

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Foothill College's eclectic KFJC radio station celebrates a month of sheer sonic freedom.

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Cooking With Cannabis

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The new cookbook, Cooking With Cannabis, offers tips on healing and flavorful dishes.

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Creek to Us

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A new show at San Jose City Hall explores the nearby but unknown world of Coyote Creek.

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Pot Politics

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The president bobs and weaves in discussion of marijuana enforcement.

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Under the Skull

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Theorist Leonard Mlodinow pokes around in the human unconscious for his new book, 'Subliminal'.

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Digital Dreams

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San Jose's Sheridan Tatsuno looks back at the rich history of the valley in his new memoir.

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The Big Day

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No one's quite sure why, but 4/20 is now the biggest cannabis celebration on the calendar.

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Bank on It

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San Jose's velodrome is a prime spot for pure cycling.

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420: School’s Out

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Al Capone didn’t go to prison for murder, assault or any of the other violent crimes that solidified his reputation. Capone went down on tax evasion and prohibition charges. It seems this is the same manner in which the federal government intends to crack down on California’s law-abiding medical cannabis operators—one 1040 at a time.

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Silicon Alleys: The Organograph

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After three long years, endless meetings, phases of competition and rounds of elimination, the winning team of Chico MacMurtrie, Geo Homsy and Bill Washabaugh have constructed a 10-foot-high prototype of the Organograph, possibly the most ambitious public art project ever conceived for San Jose.

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San Jose ‘Borg

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On the trail-and trailer park-of one of America's great Swedenborgians, San Jose's own Herman Vetterling.

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Ready, Set, Grow

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The valley's cannabis collectives are at the forefront of the GIY-grow it yourself-movement.

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Vintage British Bikes

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The Clubman's event showcases the greatest of British motorcycles past

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