We are in a goddamn pandemic and I can’t leave my home. I don’t know when I’ll have this much time on my hands ever again.
On Friday of last week as you no doubt have heard, there was a bus crash that killed fifteen people. Many of them were teenagers. Hockey players on their way out of town for a road trip. The entire nation has felt this loss because so many of us have been on the same bus making the same trip to the same out of town game.
Don’t believe the reefer madness. No one is going to drop edibles or weed-infused candy in your kid’s pillow case this Halloween season, despite what certain officials and other overly concerned fear-mongers might want to tell you. In response, some stoner devised a guide to an ideal halloweed night in.
“An inspiring conclave of innovation, and an intrepid 4-day narrative that calls one and all to totally immerse in it’s vital fold – here’s to X more years of OBEY.” Zakary Slax journals an immersive experience at the opening night of OBEY Convention X in Halifax, NS.
The first time I ever bought weed, I sealed the deal over MSN. I was 14 and the year was 2005. You didn’t worry about the NSA back then, but a much more terrifying acronym which represented heavy surveillance, PAW (parents are watching).
BD Allison gets sappy for Sappy with a self-deprecating account of his transition from supporter to performer for this years fest. Allison will be hitting the stage with Jacuzzi Perth at SappyFest X this weekend in Sackville, NB.
Andrew Waterman celebrates the young life of Blair Tulk as he pays personal respects to a beloved friend, musician and all around force of positivity in the St. John’s community.