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Hindu Goddess Kali at Medical Farmers Market Nov. 10th Firehouse Gallery

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Hindu Goddess Kali

The name Kali comes from kāla, which means black, time, death, lord of death, Shiva. Since Shiva is called Kāla—the eternal time—Kālī, his consort, also means “Time” or “Death” (as in time has come). Hence, Kāli is the Goddess of Time and Change and time has changed as marijuana has become  semi-legal in the united states. We hope you enjoy more Medical farmers Market’s here at the fire house Gallery. It is a time of change. Since death of one thing leads to the birth of another, the death of the Drug war and the legalization of marijuana and finally all drugs one day. There really is no war on drugs but only if you make it so. One day we will treat drug abuse as a sickness and not a crime and save so many people’s lives instead of putting them to ruin in prisons. Hence a time of change.

The Choom Gang’: 9 juiciest details from Barack Obama’s days as a pothead

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It’s worth noting that “Hawaii of the early 1970s was something of a pot-smoking Mecca,” says Jonathan Karl at ABC News. “It was sold and smoked right there in front of your nose,” writes Maraniss. Among the choice local strains: Maui Wowie, Kauai Electric, Puna Bud, and Kona Gold.

All the smoking didn’t affect the president’s studies. According to Maraniss, he told the Choom Gang that the key to performing well on tests after lighting up was to put the textbook under your pillow the night before an exam. “No way, dude!” says Karl.

The Choom Gang’s preferred mode of transportation was a Volkswagen bus affectionately known as the “Choomwagon.” According to one anecdote, the Choomwagon and a Toyota in which Obama was riding raced to the top of Mount Tantalus, and the Toyota rolled off the road. The Choomwagon’s passengers found the future president staggering on the road and “laughing so hard he could barely stand up.”



Enjoy the spirit and culture of downtown Phoenix as you mingle with thousands of other residents

First Fridays

Enjoy the spirit and culture of downtown Phoenix as you mingle with thousands of other residents and visitors. Tour more than 70 art galleries, venues, and related spaces. Get from place-to-place on a free shuttle starting at the Phoenix Art Museum or at major stops on each route.

First Fridays Map

Print a First Fridays Art Walk Map courtesy of Downtown Phoenix Journal and guide yourself. Maps are also available at the Phoenix Art Museum.

Come see the Camp420  And the Arizona Weekly Weeder table at first Friday!

Medical Farmers Market in Phoenix hits bigger numbers

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The July 7th  Farmers Market brought a larger number of vendors, 20 minute Limousine rides, Raffles with great prizes, Smoke wear, Vaporizers, Medical Marijuana Selections, Live music and a large Vaporizer tent. Admissions were 10 dollars and 5 dollars with a food donation. We all look forward the next one and many more! We thank for their support of the cannabis community.

Mosaico Flamenco at Scottsdale Promenade May 25th 2012

Mosaico Flamenco at Scottsdale Promenade -Arizona weekly weeder
Mosaico Flamenco at Scottsdale Promenade – Arizona weekly weeder

Mosaico Flamenco -Mosaico is one of the most innovative and inspiring new acoustic flamenco groups in the USA. This versatile group has combined the passionate uplifting character of flamenco with the mystical and musical sound of the Nuevo Southwest. Mosaico performs their own original music incorporating guitar, bass, flute, violin, piano, and percussion inspired from Spain, Latin America, and the Caribbean. Mosaico was originally created in Sedona, where it developed its own sound. Sedona was home to Perrault brothers, Monte and Max. The brothers spend hours and hours composing tranquil and beautiful melodies prior to the advent of “New Age” music