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June
1978

Interview: Vera Rubin, Hollywood Rat Pack, The Saga of Bold Red Kelly, D.O.A.: Inside the Sex Pistols' Infamous Last Tour, Centerfold: High Stakes, Glue Confessions, How To Grow Backyard Marijuana
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March
1979
Interview - Ralph Metzner, How to Start Your Own Record Company for Under $2,000, Kerouac by William Burroughs, Centerfold: Black Haarvest, Night of the Human Tomatoes, America's Top-Ten Dope Defenders, Mom, Apple Pie and Cocaine, Comix Highwitness News - Dope Reformers Pack NORML Conference, South Africa Cops Decry "Mandrex Mafia", Domestic Pot Booms in Britain, High Crimes, Cocaine Confidential, National Weed The Planet - U.S. Customs Blasts "Head" Posters, Earlier Puberty for U.S. Girls, Columbia Chills Pills, Disco Ferry Draws Evil Debauchers, Nepal's Ex-Chief Interviewed, International Weed
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April
1979
Interview: The Smothers Brothers, The Secret Life of Walter Disney, Vagabond: The Khyber Pass, Centerfold: Marijuana Around the World, Down In The Cinema, '78, Media: Be An Instant Celebrity, Pot Farming for Fun and Profit, Culture Hero: Aron Key, Comix Highwitness News - Huge Stash Discovered in Jonestown, Schoolyard Busts Spark Riot, Smoke-In Calender, Cocaine Confidential, National Weed, High & Mighty The Planet - Indians Battle Mormons for Child Custody, Pentagon Reconsiders the Dreft, Rainmakers Erase Peru "Space Gods", Weird Pope Reigns in Spain, Tinkerbell Dusts Into Tokyo, Amin's Top Henchman a Brit, International Weed
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May
1979
Interview - Sante Bario, A Short History of the Devil, Confessions of a Viper )Bernie Brightman), Centerfold: Marijuana Around the World, How to Buy an Island, Media: Reading, Writing and Reefer Madness, Vagabond: Scoring in Los Angeles, Comix Highwitness News - New 'Ludes are Lemmons, 'Lombo Gov Hailed for Dope Deals, Cocaine Swordfish Invade Northeast, High Times Clips DEA Acid, High Crimes, Cocaine Confidential, National Weed, High & Mighty The Planet - Fear Moonie Takeover of U.S. Fishing, Texas Oil Country to Build Port in LaQuanjira, Used Nuke Plants a Worldwide Threat, Kimonos on the Way Out in Japan, Disco Turns Political in Africa, International Weed
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June
1979
Interview - Wavy Gravy, Getting Stoned in the Haut Monde, Deadly Nightshades, New Myths from Old Narcs, Centerfold: Marijuana Around the World, Vagabond: Hollywood, High Style: Scaling the Heights, Comix: Zippy the Pinhead - A Dope in High Places Highwitness News - Testing of Fake TMC Halted, Top 'Lombo Daily Calis for Legal Pot, Rock againstRaclam Hits U.S., High Crime, Cocaine Confidential, National Weed, Reefer Reform The Planet - Doc Strike Lowers Death Rate, Workers Save Firms from Bankruptcy, Columbia Seeks Nukes by 1999, Universe Opens for Home Viewing, Africans Reconsider Cheap Rockets, International Weed
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July
1979
Interview - Paul Schrader, Scams, Tilt!, Centerfold: Flesh of the Gods, Terror in Exile, The Hashish Club, Vagabonds: Coca Chewers of Santa Marta, Tuning in to Satelite TV, Comix Highwitness News - Tired Narcs "Let Hawaii Go to Pot", Columbia Exports Dope Film to U.S., Narc Informer Runs Speed Lab, National Weed, High Crimes, Cocaine Confidential, Reefer Reform - America's New Pioneers - The Over 60s, End of World is Long Overdue, Carter to CIA: Infiltrate Church in South America, Mexico Stuck with Surplus of Doctors, French Farmers Defy Army, Africa Moves West, International Weed
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August
1979
Interview - The Clash, The Saga of Lee Chagra, The Woodstock Census, Centerfold - Adventures in Medicine, Mind Control U.S.A., Blest Be the Thai That Binds, DE, Vagabond Yage Highwitness News - Cops Will Now Prosecute Potnappers, Georgia's Top Bust Exposed, NEW Fights AMA for Dope COntrol, Celebs Kick Painlessly, National Weed, High Crimes, Cocaine Confidential, Reefer Reform The Planet - KKK on the Rise, on the Run, City Pays $100,000 for Blowjob, Search for Saucer Gods in America, Neatherthals Were Peaceniks, Islams Want Common Market, International Weed
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September
1979
Interview - Norman Mailer, High History: 1974-1979, The Kid Escapes, The Five-Year Review, Centerfold: Around the World in 80 Drugs, Global Grass Routes, My Greatest High of the Last Five Years, Where Do We Go From Here?, Comix Highwitness News - Cocaine - Miracle Drug for Arthritis, Complaining Cops Banished to Florida DEA, Prove Selective Enforcement of Pot Laws, Secret Service Joins Drug War, High Crimes, Cocaine Confidential, National Weed The Planet - Out-of-Hospital Births on Rise, Cops Savage L.A. Punks, Amin's Doc Warns of Pot Dangers, Beatles Bronzed in Liverpool, Desal: Hands Off Sacred Cows, Lushes Threaten Zambian Govt., International Weed
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October
1979
Interview - Dope Grower, The Untold, Inside Story of the Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band, The ANIF Story, Aphrodisiacs, Centerfold: In Search of the Royal Herb, On the Road with Reefer Madness, How to Buy a Brain for $2,200 or Less, The Strange History of American Cults, Culture Hero: Ken Kesey Highwitness News - Frisco Dealer Runs for Harvey Milk's Seat, PCP Sentences Get Tougher, London Dopers Parade Peacefully, National Weed, High Crimes, Cocaine Confidential The Planet - Over-Elaborate Solar Gimmicks Limit Market, Technology Freaks Meet Again, Church Now a Refuge from S.A. Fascism, Barbara Hutton's Love Letter to Castro, Mafia Takes Knocks, International Weed
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November
1979
Interview - R. D. Laing, Women in Rock, Patent Medicines, Massage, Centerfold: Stepping Out, You Are What You Throw Away, Dope in the Comixcs: Part 1, Welcome to Ohio, The Buckeye State, The Esco MJ Kit Highwitness News - Court: Isomers of Cocaine Not Covered by Law, Nader Darvon Offensive ODs, Colombia Admits Poisoning Dope Acreage, Profile Busts: the Latest Setup Scam, Reefer Reforms, High Crimes, Cocaine Confidential, National Weed, High & Mighty The Planet - Bikers Convene for Priest's Chopper Blessing, Swordfish: the Northeast;s Newest Contraband, Private Nuke Force Quashed, Pentagon Turns Paradise into War Zone, Sweden Imposes Total Ban on S. Africa, China: TV Sex and Acid Rock Survive, New Zealanders Reject U.S. Nuke Ships, International Weed
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December
1979
Interview: Kinky Friedman, The Class of '84, Jukes, A Christmas Story, Peyote Visions, Centerfold: Hawaiian High, In Like Flynn, Cannabis Cookbook, Dope in the Comics: Part II, What to Wear to a Customs Party, Comix, High Style: Teeing Up Highwitness News - Paraquat Spraying to End, N. Caroline - Newest Smuggling Hot Spot, International Cocaine Conference in Ecudor, How to Handle a PCP Bummer, THC Shows Promise for M.S. Patients, High Crimes, Cocaine Confidential, National Weed, The High & Mighty The Planet - The Yukon: Ice Age Garden of Eden, Gun Law Cuts Massachusetts Murders, Cigar Rationing Hits Cuba, Consider Ban on Swiss Bank Accounts, Africans Debate Revolutionary Marriage Laws, China's Topl Paper Admits Fallibilty, City Sewage Threatens World's Oceans, International Weed
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August
1981
Interview: Tommy Rettig, LSD '81: Marketing the Better Blotter, The Sorcerer's Apprentice: Nikola Tesla 1856-1953, Special Grow American / Centerfold: Arizona High-Ways, The Grown Up, Cocaine Colonialism: How the Facists Took Over Bolivia, Al-Kayf: An Instructive Guide for Travelers to Morocco
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January
1982
Interview: Charles Bukowski, My War of 1939, The O.T.C. Taste Test: High Times Rates the Legal Highs, Microphotography, Centerfold: Mushrooms, Plato Retreatists, The Last Run of The Helena Star, Part Two
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November
1982
Interview: Devo, Special Centerfold Feature: India: The Land The Narcs Forgot, Special Cocaine Confidential: At Long Last Coca, Master Addicts, The Player, The Golden Swindle, Sounds: Life with Father (Zappas)
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June
1986
Features - Punk: Genesis on the Bowery (The punk movement is currently celebrating its tenth year. Here's how it all started.), Ayahuasca Tripping in Amazonia (In a scene right out of The Emerald Forest, this writer'adventurer travels to Peru and partakes of a powerful hallucinagenia in a Stone Age ritual.), How to Avoid a Pot Bust (Useful tips for some of out confused, drug-addicted readers.), Dutch Treats (Our cultivation expert tours the world's most liberated country. See pot coffeehouses! Hear Dutch youth explain themselves! Read a history of cultural freedom by a Dutch Beat!), Acid Dreams (With their Zen-like sense of humor, the Diggers create mass confusion in Haight-Ashbury. The third installment of a four-part series.), Photo Contest (And the winner is...) Columns - Editor's Note, Normlizer, Abuse Folio, Ask Ed, The Great Indoors, High 5ives, High Advisor Departments - Letters, Flashes, Highwitness News (Contaminated coke creates zombies from coast to coast; Ricky Nelson dies, but Coke rap won't let his rep R.I.P.; DEA witness Barry Seal is offed; whodunnit>), Activists' News / Reform Report, Trans-High Market Quotations, Readers' Photo Contest, Products, Grow American, Classified, Case In Point, Legal Directory
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July
1986
Features - The Flight of the Sabre (Pilot John Butler has made a lot of dope runs and he knows one thing for certain; due to greed, the margins of safety will always be pushed beyond reasonable limits. The Sabre's flight is no exception.), Aerial Smugglers Checklist (You are about to enter into felonious combat with an armed and dangerous enemy. Your plane is fueled and ready for take-off. Here are a few last minute items you'd better attend to.), Ibogaine (Can a powerful African psychedelic cure cocaine and heroin addiction? Yes, says Howard Lotsof, founder of the Dora Weiner Foundation.), The High Times Trivial Pursuit of Everlasting Wisdom through Drugs Quiz (Our exalted Executive Almighty Editor probably knows more about drugs than any man alive - and he wrote this quiz to prove it.), The Peoples' Republic of Pot (You probably didn't even think they grew pot in China, did you? Well, seeing is believing.), Acid Dreams (In the fourth and last part of our series of excerpts from this history of LSD, Charles Manson and STP rutn the acid dream into a bad trip.), Leave it to Cleaver (Our intrepid cartoonist interviews Eldridge Cleaver, the only candidate for the U.S. Senate who wants to legalize drugs.) Columns - Editors, Note, Normlizer, Ask Ed, The Great Indoors, The Guerilla Farmer, High Sives, Rushes Departments - Letters, Flashes, Highwitness News, Activists' News / Reform Report, Trans-High Market Quotations, Products, Grow American, Classified, Case in Point, Legal Directory
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August
1986
Features - The Fleshtones (Here they come. Walkin' down the street. They get the funniest loooks...Meet the Fleshtones. America's premier Psychedelic punk garage band, exploding pupils and all), The Fruit Palace (As part of our continuing series on smuggling, High Times presents some heart-pounging post-Gonzo journalism. In this installment, a hapless British writer finds himself middleman in a $50,000 coke deal gone sour.), The Acid Apocalypse (We've heard about bad trips, but this has to be the ultimate freakout adventure story.), Negril: Rasta Spliffs, Reggae Music and Rambo Business (The latest update o our favorite vaationland in Jamaica, written by our staff with the help of cannabis connoisseur Filok Ford. It's a tough job, but somebody has to do it._, Neo-Psychedelia: An Art Exhibit for the '80sm The Cure (The Whale was trapped on Rikers Island. Goosebumps rose like welts on is massive tatooed arms, His rheumy eyes refused to focus. One week ago, he was the prized bodyguard for a igh rolling coke dealer. Now, he was terminally dope sick and his boss was no where to be found.) Columns - Editor's Note, Trans-High Market Analysis, Abuse Folio, Ask Ed, The Great Indoors, Homer's Garden, High Fives, Rushes Departments - Letters, Flashes, Highwitness News, Trans-High Market Quotations, Products, Classified, Case in Point, Legal Directory, Bookstore
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October
1986
Features - Rock Critics...Who Cares? (We know we're pieking on an easy target but we can't resist another kick at those overeducated twerps we all love to hate - skewered by one of their own, no less.), Special Section - Stalking The Wild Shroom (The mission? Find Florids's fabled psychedelic shrooms. The odds? Not good - it's the wrong time of year and you're lost in a strange land. The inspiring saga of a true head searching for chemical enlightment.), To Get High - Or To Die? (Mushroom hunting is fun, magical and extremely dangerous. Before you try, learn to identify deadly killer shrooms.), Blue Honey (A secret psychedelic recipe.), A Stoned Age (Peking man was one of the first to control fire. Maybe he should have been called Tokin' Man. A cartoonist's look at pre-historic pot.), How Urine Tests Don't Work (Our Executive Almighty Editor examines the compulsion to invade bladders at random.) Columns - Trans-High Market Quotations and Analysis, Ask Ed, The Great Indoors, Homer's Garden, The Sea of Green, High 5ives, Rushes, Top 40 Departments - Letters, Flashes, Highwitness News (How the major media has censored the story of a revolt against urine tests by federal employees. Why the feds chief doc has decided that marijuana causes AIDS. NORMAL's annual convention offered hope for sane dope laws.), Classified, Case In Point, Legal Directory, Products, Bookstore
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November
1987
Features - Marijuana and Your Health (You've seen the scary TV commercials and heard the phony government facts, now read the real story on the potential hazards of marijuana smoking), Cyberpunk / William Gibson Interview (Cyberpunk is changing the face of science fiction. Former Heavy Metal editor Lou Stathis gives the scoop on what cyberpunk is about and interviews William Gibson, the progenitor of this genre), The Silver Walks (Straight off writing the screenplay for Aliens III, cyberpunk's leading light sends us a chapter from his upcoming book), The Cocaine-Contra Connection (The ever-nurkier, never ending story of Contra drug smuggling and arms shipments), Chef Ra's Psychedelic Kitchen (Introducing our new food coumnist. Ra's recipes are guaranteed to put the ital in your bital), The Swedish Invasion *The Psychotronic guy travels to Sweden and finds, much to his surprise, the world's leading underground rock scene) Columns - Hep Cat, High Art, The Ruderalis Factor (The best thing about ruderalis is that most cops don't even know it;s marijuana. The plant also flowers immediately - regardless of photo period. But will it get you high? Two growing experts face off on the biggest ourdoor growing controversy of the year), Rushes, The Hound's Eye View, Top 100 (Oh boy, you won't believe who's #11! Is this some kind of sick joke, readers?) Departments - Letters, Highwitness News, Trans-High Market Quotations, Trans-High Market Analysis Letters, Centerfold (Indica bud goes fast these days, but not this fast), Classified, Products, Bookstore
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January
1988
Features - Last Legal Ganja in Bengal (Thanks to an agreement forced on them by the American government, the Indian people no longer have legal ganja in almost all their provinces. Sam Seignij visited Bengal last year to make his last legal dope purchase.), Only One Earth: Building the Space Biosphere (Here's a peek inside the world's largest indoor grow room. According to Bram, there may be hope for our beleagured planet.), Futurize Your Grow Room (Can an 8' x 10' grow room meet all the vegetable needs of a family of four? Yes says Dr. Indoors.), Grow Rooms of the Future (After an express trip to the asteroid belt, our hero starts work on his very own biosphere. Here's our idea of what life should be like in the future.), Door to Perception: Aldous Huxley Drops Mescaline (Want to know what happens when the proper-Brit author of Brave New World - a guy who read the entire Britannica while still in short pants - doses himself with mescaline?), Hippie Punk (An interview with Redd Kross, the first punk-rock group to give up hardcore noise for hippie melodies.) Columns - Editor's Note, Normlizer, Centerfold (Good golly Miss Kail), Zoe, Top 100 (The almighty "Bong Hits" vote once again dominates the chart. In other action, we see "Pink Floyd" with a bullet, while...but wait! Why is "I hate the Grateful Dead" gaining momentum?), Introducing a New Fun-Filled Section: Reel News, Psychotronic, Twisted Image, Hound's Eye View, Bookshelf, Go-Go Girl of the Month (Now in color! Former Rasta T-shirt girl Donna Lupie hits the big time) Departments - Letters, Highwitness News, Trans-High Market Quotations, Trans-High Market Analysis Letters, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore
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February
1988
Features - The Last Defense of LSD (Was lysergic acid American youth's greatest gift, or just a psychic can opener into Pandora's Box?), Rhapsody in Pink (Exactly where did Pink Floyd get their name? What werre they like in the early days? Why have they become one of the most successful bands in the history of rock music? The answers to these, and many other questions, are answered by the legendary Mr. Kaye.), Maintenance Run (What happens when an unwanted, 700-pound bear invades you plantation?), Indoor Engineering (This writer's grow rooms are so tightly organized they remind some visitors of a submarine. Learn how to increase yield by 100 percent without adding new equipment.), Mistress of the Perpetual Harvest (Angel never goes without fresh, green bud. Here's how she does it.), Son of Crumb (Everyone knows the work of R. Crumb, creator of Mr. Natural, Fritz the Cat, Flakey Foont as well as his own bizarre semi-autographical, sexual misadventures. But no one suspected that he has an offspring who's ready to become a legend in his own right.) Columns - Editors Note, Zoe, High Art (This month, boys and girls, Carlo's secret word is Panter: scribble, Jimbo creater and Pee Wee set designer.), Ask Ed The Media Room - Psychotronic, The Tapeworm, Bookshelf, Go-Go-Girl (Deb Parker, New York City's Psychedelic Scene Queen.), The Hounds Eye View, Top 100 (F.T.A. takes the charts by storm, with our very own Ed Rosenthal in hot pursuit of the top spot!) Departments - Letters, Highwitness News, Trans-High Market Quotations, Trans-High Market nalysis Letters, Centerfold, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore
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March
1988
Features - The Politics of Marijuana 1988 (Considering the size and scale of marijuana use, you'd think the issue would be a source of heated debate in an election year. Well, guess again. At least NORML's still trying.), No Problem? (Negril, Land of No Problem, will admit to having a few. Here's a candid look at who's bothering what and what's bothering whom in the Smoker's Paradise.), No Problem! (There are plenty of good reasons why Negril is crowded with fun-seeking tourists from December to April. Read this traveler's guide before you finish packing that toothbrush.), Six Kinds of Darkness (Cyberpunk primate Shirley tells a mind-bending story of a drug you walk into.), Visit to a Small Plantation (There's more to life than growing ganja, but don't tell that to the Negril growers. They won't believe you.), The Secret Garden (Spring is just around the corner, time for outdoor growers to search out secret nooks and crannies. Here are a few tips from an expert.) Columns - Rditors Note, Normlizer, Case in Point (A Canadian epileptic spells relief P-O-T, but the authorities won't let him.), Zoe (Here's our wacky psychedelic cartoonist's impression of Negril.), High Art (Brian Spaeth, cosmic gardner.), Ask Ed, The Media Room, Psychotronic, The Hound's Eye View, Psychedelic Kitchen, Go-Go Girl, The Tape Worm, Top 100 (It was a four-way tie as we came down to the wire, so we extended the voting. But we still ended up in a tie.) Departments - Letters, Highwitness News, Trans-High Market Quotations, Trans-High Market Letters, Centerfold, Bookstore, Classifieds, Products
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April
1988
Features - Marijuana Legalized! (In a surprise decision, the Supreme Court finally caves in to realism and legalizes the world's most useful plant, marijuana! A stop-the-presses exclusive that no other news media would touch), Secrets Of The Alien Growers Revealed! (The true facts behind Ed Hassle's mysterious disappearance, a report so frightening that even High Times refused to print it - until now), Journey To The Lost, Forbidden, Unknown Isle Of The Cycle Sluts (In darkest New Jersey, past the toxic waste dumps, far from the malls, lurk the mysterious Cycle Sluts), The Great White Shark Hunt (The true story of one man's attempt to free a noble beast), Dutch Harvest, Aerobic Auto Cloning (An automatic, hassle-free rooting technique!) Columns - Letters, Highwitness News, Normlizer, Trans-High Market Quotations, T.-H.M.Q. Letters, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore Departments - Page Six, Hep Cat, Centerfold, High Art Kohl treasure trove unearthed), Ask Ed (Comparing readers' systems), Dr. Indoors (Introducing a new column) Media Room - Psychotronic, The Hound's Eye View, The Psychedelic Kitchen, Twisted Image, Go-Go Girl, Top 100
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May
1988
Features - Cannabis Cup Awards (Which seeds would you plant this year? May we suggest the three winners in our first annual cannabis Cup Awards?), Kicks and Chicks: Dutch Punks in the '60s (The British Invasion hit Amsterdam long before it arrived in the States. A guide to the '60s beat music you never heard before.), Jungle Tripping (Traveling to the Amazon regions of Venezuela, where yopo is the drug of choice and communion with the spirits in everyday occurence.), Indoor Magic (The ABC's of indoor growing for beginners who want a perpetual harvest system.), Systems II, Smuggler's Journal: Back to the Philippines (Although high-quality cannabis is readily available in Olongapo, getting it past the Marine guards at Shit River bridge is difficult.) Departments - Letters, Highwitness News, Trans-High Market Quotations, Trans-High Market Letters, Centerfold, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore Columns - Page Six, One Man's Dope (Our irascible expert on dope lore returns with a new column! Welcome back, Dean!), Normlizer, Ask Ed, High Art (Daze: up from graffiti), The Smoke Out Media Room - Psychotronic (A guide to Ohio music), Hep Cat (The Cool Cat gets in a stew over some hash), Go-Go Girl (With whipped cream on top), Tapeworm, Top 100
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June
1988
Features - Heavy Metal (A quick-look at the development of heavy metal music from a fan's point-of-view.), Electronic Drugs (Are chemical drugs obsolute? No, but now they have competition.), Koh Samui (A visit to a Far Eastern paradise, where the pot is cheap and the livin's easy.), No Sweat Hydroponics (High tech grow rooms are fine - provided you have several thousand dollars to invest. Here's the low-budget alternative hydro-technology for under $50.), The Motion Of Light In Water (Sex, drugs and folk 'n' roll in the early 60s. From the journals of a cult science-fiction favorite.) Columns - Page Six, Letters From Our Readers, One Man's Dope, Normilizer, Ask Ed, Dr. Indoors, High Art Departments - Highwitness News, Trans-High Market Quotations, Trans-High Market Letters, Centerfold, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore, Media Room
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July
1988
Features - The Flying Founding Fathers (If pot's so bad for you, how come George Washington considered it one of his most valuable crops?), Hash Bash (The place: Ann Arbor, Michigan. The time: April Fool's Day, 1988. The reason: POT IS LEGAL!), Interview: John Sinclair, Modern Moroccan '87 (The village of Ketama is one of the world's major hash producing centers. A special report for the year of Hash.), Dutch Harvest Part II, Underground with Amsterdam's Pieter Pot (A guide to DAR (Dutch Alternate Reality).) Columns - Page Six, Letters, One Man's Dope (What do John Hancock and Ramon Milian Rodriguez have in common? Ask Dr. Dean!), Normlizer, Dr. Indoors, Ask Ed, High Art (Psychedelic Pseascapes by Richard Hambleton) Departments - Highwitness News, Trans-High Market Quotations, Trans-High Market Letters, Centerfold, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore, Media Room
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August
1988
Features - Ecstasy: The MDMA Story (What is Ecstasy? What does it do? Why has the government banned it? Part one of an exclusive three part series.), Interview: Dana Beal, London's Psychedelic Scene (Although soul music dominates the British charts, London has a flourishing psychedelic subculture.), Guerrilla Growing in the Bible Belt (What happens when you cross Ask Ed with the collective teachings of Mao Tse-Tung? The birth of the rural radical grower.), Hash in India (In 1983 this author traversed the entire country in search of the world's finest hash. A special report for the Year of Hashish.), Courier Class: How to Fly Cheap, The Trials of Lenny Bruce Columns - Page Six, Letters, One Man's Dope (Acid orgies in Ancient Greece revealed!), Normlizer, Ask Ed, Cultivator Reports, High Art (John Whitehead: pictures through a looking-glass revealed.) Departments - Highwitness News, Trans-High Market Quotations, Trans-High Market Letters, Centerfold, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore, Media Room
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September
1988
Features - Listening for Coyote (A walk through the Oregon wilderness where an Earth First! activist holds bulldozers at bay and a Vietnam Vet awaits his first cannabis harvest.), Homegrown Peyote (SInce the peyote cactus is rapidly disappearing in North America, now is the time to add this unique plant to your greenhouse.), How to Recognize a Non-Commercial Marijuana Operation (Even if your garden gets busted, it's possible (in some states) to beat the rap without serving time - provided you meet the conditions outlined in this article.), Indoor Gardening: From Homespun to High Tech (Our two grow experts put some perspective on indoor cultivation, one of the fastest growing fads in America.), Ecstasy: The MDMA Story (Part two of an exclusive three-part series.), Interview: Dana Beal Columns - Page Six, Letters, One Man's Dope, Normlizer, Outlaw Nation, Ask Ed, Dr. Indoors, High Art Departments - Highwitness News, Trans-High Market Quotations, Trans-High Market Letters, Centerfold, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore, Media Room
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October
1988
Features - Can Mushroom Extracts Fight AIDS? Stephen L. Peele Thinks So (Too bad the DEA doesn't seem to agree. An exclusive report on the government's attempt to squash promising mushroom research_, Identifying Psychoactive Mushrooms in the Genus "Psilocybe" (A field guide to the best in psychoactive 'schrooms), Java Joints (Although betal nut is not widely available in the US, it provides one of Indonesia's most pleasurable experiences), Interview: Rex Weiner, Buds from Brazil: The Dr. Indoors Guide to Cloning (A step-by-step guide designed to drown any beginer in an endless sea of green clones), Ecstasy: The MDMA Story Columns - Page Six, Letters, One Man's Dope ("Dopers in the Pentagon), Normlizer (Presidential roulette), Outlaw Nation (Ed;s Theory of the Bi-Polar World), Ask Ed, High Art (Alien encounters with John Penuelas) Departments - Highwitness News, Trans-High Market Quotations, Trans-High Market Letters, Centerfold, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore, Media Boom
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November
1988
Features - The Pot Candidate (Meet Dr. Ron Paul, the only candidate who would legalize marijuana shortly after taking office.), Making Hash With Homer Grown (This outdoor grower knocks a few resin heads off each of his buds before he sells them. A special report for the year of hashish.), Interview: Michael Kennedy, The Dangers of Just Saying No (The "Just Say No" campaign is a lot more insidious than you might have thought! Don't even think of saying "NO" again until you read what the Hound has to say.), The 1988 High Times Holiday Gift Guide (Don't make your Xmas shopping list until you check out a few of our favorite things.), Electric Lady (They told Eddie tht eating the magic mushroom would kill him - but they didn't say it would send him back in time first. Hallucinagenic science fiction from one of today's hottest young writers.) Columns - Page Six, Letters, One Man's Dope, NORMLizer, Outlaw Nation, Ask Ed, The Story of Wiley E. Coyote, Beach Grower, Dr. Indoors, High Art Departments - Highwitness News, Trans-High Maraket Quotations, Trans-High Market Poems, Centerfold, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore, Media Room
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November
1988
Features - The Pot Candidate (Meet Dr. Ron Paol, the only candidate who would legalize marijuana shortly after taking office.), Making Hash with Homer Grown (This outdoor grower knocks a few resin heads off each of his buds before he sells them. A special report for the year of hashish.), Interview: Michael Kennedy, The Dangers of Just Saying No (The "Just Say No" campaign is a lot more insidious than you might have throught! Don't even think of saying "NO" again until you read what The Hound has to say.), The 1988 High Times Holiday Gift Guide (Don't make your Xmas shopping list until you check out a few or our favorite things.), Electic Lady (They told Eddie that eating the magic mushroom wouls kill him - but they didn't say it would send him back in time first. Hallucinogenic science fiction from one of today's hottest young writers!) Columns - Page SIx, One Man's Dope, Normilizer, Outlaw Nation, Ask Ed, The Story of Wiley E. Coyote, Beach Grower, Dr. Indoors, High Art Departments - Highwitness News (Pro-pot candidates from around the nation, and the Fork-Tongued Fascist revealed.), Trans-High Market Quotations, Trans-High Market Poems, Centerfold, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore, Media Room
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December
1988
Features - The Great Drug War (Against his will, a young man is confined to a drug treatment program he doesn't need. Couldn't happen in America, you say? Read on.), The Psychedelic Plant Doctor, High in the Eye (An eyewitness account of Hurricane Gilbert's devastation of Jamaica.), Interview: John Wilcock, Chef Ra's Guide to Jamaica (Where to go, what to see, when to cop, how to act; plus two ital vital recipes from Ra's kitchen.), Polymers (A revolutionary new invention that cuts plant watering by 50%.), The 1988 Reader's Harvest Report (How did the drought of '88 affect America's marijuana crop?) Columns - Page Six, Letters, One Man's Dope (Proctor & Gamble says" "Just say buy"), Outlaw Nation (US Foreign Policy: Special Interests Rule!), Ask Ed, High Art (Tony Fitzpatrick pokes the underbelly) Departments - Highwitness News, Trans-High Market Quotations, Trans-High Market Letters, Centerfold, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore, The Ultimate Party Magazine
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February
1989
Features - Jerry Speaks (Jerry Garcia is Dead serioous about saving the rainforests. We urge you to read what he has to say.), Can Pot Save The World? To reverse the Greenhouse Effect, we need to plant our fastest growing biomass, which just happens to be marijuana.), Interview: David Peel, Preflowering: Is It Male or Female? (Novice growers have a hard time distinguishing plant sex. Here's an article that solves this problem.), The Year of the Closet Garden, Too Bad We Have to Leave the Country to Talk Tour Columns - Page Six, Letters, One Man's Dope, NORMLizer, Outlaw Nation, Ask Ed, Dr. Indoors, High Art (Zapster, hot-rodder and garage surrealist Robert Williams prepares the menu.) Departments - Highwitness News, Trans-High Market Quotations, Trans-High Maarket Letters, Centerfold, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore, The Ultimate Party Magazine
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April
1989
Special Humor Section - High Times Magazine, Captain Cannabis's Puzzle Page, I Smoked Pot with Bigfoot (Finally, the true facts about Bigfoot are revealed in this gripping tale!!!), Li;L Miscreant, Acapulco Gold (Although they'd just scored their first good smoke in months, they had to get past the little old lady from Pasadena.), The Tragic Tale of Sister Amelia, Twisted Image Features - Electric Lights for Plant Growth (From low-tech to high-tech, closet gardens to greenhouses - Mel helps you find the right light to grow with.), A Tale of Two Gardens - Part Two, Interview: Victor Bockris Columns - Page Six, Letters, One Man's Dope, Normlizer, Ask Ed, NORML Reader's Forum, High Art (Steve Di Benedetto's blurred perceptions.) Departments - Highwitness News, Trans-High Market Quotations, Trans-High Market Letters, Centerfold, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore, The Ultimate Party Magazine
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May
1989
Features - Injustice for All: A Guide to US Pot Laws (Government drug smugglers wear medals on their chests; the feds would have you wear stripes. Find out what youre up against), Interview: Abbie Hoffman - Part I, Guns, Drugs and More: The Triangular Trade and America's Policical Merry-Go-Round (From Revolutionary times to the Reagan '80s, to the streets of the South Bronx, the circle jerk continues), The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers (Everybody's favorite potheads in a few of their classic adventures_, A Tale of Two Gardens Part 3 (The leaves have turned to flowers), Vaporizing the Oil: An Alternative to Smoking Marijuana (A safer method for inhaling the world's most popular psychoactive substance_, The Bright Side of the Light (Take a trip to '70s Jamaica - where ganja costs less than justice. Part one of an exciting three-part smuggling tale) Columns - Page Six, Letters, One Man's Dope, Normlizer, Outlaw Nation, Ask Ed, High Art, Highwitness News, Trans-High Market Quotations, Trans-High Market Letters, Centerfold, Products, Classified, Bookstore, The Ultimate Party Magazine
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August
1989
Features - Fighting for Freedom with Jimmy Gestapo (Meet Freedom Fighter Jimmy Gestapo, lead singer of Murphy's Law, a hardcore band devoted to bong hits, beer and the American way), Battle of the Hemp Bales (The true story of how the Confederates won an important battle during the Civil War with a little help from hemp), Interview - Albert Goldman, Ganja Growing in Jamaica (We've seen ganja growing fields before, but none that could compare with this operation. Proof that Jamaica is still home to high quality herb), Jamaica, A Tale of Two Gardens: Part Five, Pruning for Growth (Learn how to double your bud yield with a few timely snips with the scissors), Staying Underground (Here's some practical advice for anyone who's been thinking about avoiding the system for awhile) Columnsdepartments - Page Six, Letters, Outlaw Nation, Norml-izer, Ask Ed, High Art, Twisted Image, Highwitness News, Trans-High Maarket Quotations, Centerfold, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore, The Ultimate Party Magazine
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March
1990
Features - The High Times Interview: Gatewood Galbraith, Voices for Legalization (Politicians, doctors, rock stars - everyone's jumping on the legalized bandwagen.), Alaska: Still the State of "Legalized" Pot (Alaska's liberal marijuana laws are the pride of the legallzed movement. Can they be dismantled by a small, determined group of prohibitionists.), The San Francisco Oracle (The original underground paper that inspired the hippie movement is back.), It Happened In The Haight (Last October, one of the leading writers of the counterculture passed away. Here's our favorite true story written by her.), Boot Camp: Are They Coming For You? (The Drug Czar's "final solution" to the "marijuana problem.), Keeping The Electric Bill Cool Columns - Page Six, Letters, Editor's Picks (Reviews of the latest and greatest in records and books.), High Art (Surrealist and bio mechanic H.R. Giger.), Ask Ed Departments - Highwitness News, Trans0High Market Quotations, Centerfold, Products, Bookstore, Classifieds, The Ultimate Party Machine (Featuring the High Times sex survey.)
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May
1990
Features - The High Times Interview: Ed Rosenthal (A candid conversation with the Guru of Ganja.), Kent Statec - May 4, 1970 (A look back to when a college campus became a battleground and its students became the enemy.), Racism and Reefer: The Social Politics of Marijuana Prohibition (In this excerpt from The Emperor Wears No Clothes, Jack Herer shows how bigotry played a major role in the prohibition of cannabis.),Metallica (Find out why Metallica is becoming the most important rock band of our time.), Renegade Grower (Growing Big Buds in the wilds of Vermont.), War at Home (Big Brother is watching you - it you had any doubts, they'll be gone after reading this! Also, what to do if the DEA comes knocking at your door.) Columns -Page Six, Letters, Reviews, High Art (Psychedelia is alive and well in 1990.), Ask Ed Departments - Highwitness News, Trans High Market Quotations, Centerfold, Products, Classifieds, Bookstore, The Ultimate Party Magazine
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January
1997
Features - News Feature: Tuna, Dolphins and Drugs - The Cocaine Cartels vs. Eco-Legislation (Under the guuise of adhering to the NAFTA agreement, and with Bill Clinton's and Al Gore's blessing, Mexico, Columbia and Venezuela ahve taken a good shot at undermining the DOlphin-Free Tuna bans enacted 10 years ago. But do the countries involved want freedom to fish tuna or to reopen the COlumbian-Mexican tuna-boat-cocaine pipeline?), Freedom Riders (HT goes to the mountain - Breckenridge, CO and Killington, VT - and finds stoner snowboarders blazing up and down the slopes.), Rastafari Now! (The 30th anniversary of Emperor Haile Selassie L's visit to Jamaica is the backdrop for this history of Rastafarian culture and exploration of the island's renewed ganja legalization movement. What begins as a search for Bunny Wailer (see interview on page 60) turns into an adventure when our writer is confronted by angry Rasta youths.), The High Times Interview: Dan Baum - Digging the Drug War Dirt (Dan Baum, journalist and author of Smoke and Mirrors - The War on Drugs and the Politics of Failure, the first book to look at the history of the Drug War from the days of Richard Noxon's administration through the election of Bill Clinton, talks about the politics behind our failed Drug War prohibition.
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August
1997
Features - The North American Free Trade Association (The dope-money corruption in Mexico has gotten so flagrant and bloody that you need a flow chart to tell which politician's in bed with which drug baron. HT editor-at-Large Bill Weinberg goes after the story like Alexander the Great untangling the Gordian knol.), Sixty Years of Reefer Madness (A who's who and what/when look at the first 60 years of marijuana prohibition - a veritable rogues' gallery of the people and personal agendas responsible for bringing you a gutted Bill of Rights, mandatory minimums, forfeitures and the $500 ounce.), Captain Nemo's Subterranean Garden (The Grow Grriz go underground in Holland to bring you Captain Nemo's all-organic growroom. You'll see wall-to-wall buds in this 900 plant garden and learn the Captain's tricks of the trade.), The High Times Interview: Mary Lynn Mathre (Addiction specialist and registered nurse Mary Lynn Mathre has been fighting the Drug War for more than 15 years. A former NORML board member, Mathre talks about her efforts to educate doctors, nurses and caregivers about the benefits of marijuana as medicing - which has resulted in more than a dozen professional organizations endorsing medical access to cannabis.), On The Hunt (A former weed-wacker for the Oklahoma National Guard tells you how to keep your outdoor garden a secret from everybody, including the Feds.)
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November
1997
Features - Hello Is Anyone Out There? The State of Talk Radio (Ten years ago Rush Limbaugh hit talk radio like ia demon force, spewing his anti-liberal, anti-environmental and anti-human venom across the airways and into the jomes of frightened little nincompoops throughout America. But who's out there telling the truth to Limbaugh's lies? Who's searching for solutions rather than slogans?), World Hemp Explosion (Last July 18-20, the Merry Pranksters joined forces with High Times to create the most fun hempfest ever. Over 12,000 people came, along with 270 vendors and more than 20 bands.), Multi-Cropping in a Greenhouse (With the aid of a few simple techniques, greenhouses can be used to product bud under natural sunlight all year long. This is an excerpt from Marijuana Flower Forcing.), The High Times Interview: Paul Krassner (HI contributor Paul Krassner is the founder of the underground press, youngest person to solo at Carnegie Hall, best friend of Lenny Bruck, cofounder of the Yuppies, former editor of Hustler magazine, acid-tripping partner of Groucho Marx and editor of The Realist, among other things.)
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May
2009
Features - California's Perfect Storm (Some of California's top med-pot activists are declaring victory in the War on Drugs, and a fresh look at new developments on the West Coast seems to support their claim. Plus: A look inside MediCann and two top pot competitions.), Weeditopia Emerging (Learn how to save money and the planet while growing the greatest, greenest ganja on Earth, including tips on brewing compost tea, building your own worm box, finding certified organic marijuana and lowering your "cannabis footprint".), Canadian Bakin' (Contrary to the belief of many in the US, Canada is still struggling with the same ill-conceived cannabis laws that Americans deal with. But tolerance does make a difference! Also: check out our province-by=province breakdown of the best strains of the Great White North.), High Class (Earn a diploma in dank at Oaksterdam U., America's ultimate (and only) institution at "higher" learning.), The High Times Interview: Michael Reynolds (Ever dream of living off the grid and growin' dro right in your living room? With an eco-friendly Earthship house made from recycled materials you can! HT talks with architect Michael Reynolds about his visionary Earthship Biotechture.) Departments - page six, Highwitness News / Buzz (Our 400th issue; Mass-hole cops; High at the inauguration; Stonehedge rocks!; Growroom giveaways; The master hoaxer; THC expo; Showbiz;, Hemp houses;, Pot and mental health; Eagles of Death Metal; Tattoo-contest winners; Reviews; Vaporetta; Miss HIGH TIMES, Almost infamous, Brain Damage Control.), Growworld, Next Month, Pot 40
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July
2009
Features - Seeds Indeed (Never before has the Canadian seed scene been more competitive. We profile three breeders who supply the Ontario Seed Bank in Toronto with a host of super strains.), Blowin' Smoke (Some of your most pressing inhalation/exhalation problems are examined. We come up with solutions, plus a lot more as we investigate high Hollywood, stoned employment, and scary urban legends, ( A Method to Madness (Cannabis correspondent Freebie goes into the mind of a madman to learn why hanging plants from the ceiling can induce higer levels of Trichome production activity - an unconventional approach that could possibly lead to higher yields of stronger pot.), Jorge's Step-by-Step Guide to Young Pot Plants (Esteemed international pot growing author and High Times cultivation reporter Jorge Cervantes shines light on the crucial first four weeks of plant growth, during which proper care is vital to fruitful gurute harvests. The story is an explusive excerpt from his newest book, Marijuana Grow Basics: The Easy Guide for Cannabis Aficionados.), Can Pot Save tge Economy? (As our global economic crisis deepens, cannabis legalization is being taken seriously as a solution to easing state budget deficits.), High Times Interview: Russel Means (Influential and highly controversial, Russel Means has been at the forefront of American Indian issues for over 40 years. He's a skilled film actor as well, but his greatest role may be his current one: leader of the Republic of Lakotah.)
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August
2009
Features - Bongs, Buds, Beer & BBQ (With two stages, 10 bands and free beer, the 2009 Doobie Awards was all set to be our best ever SXSW party yet. But when the nefarious number 13 throws a cosmic monkey wrench into the works, can Bobby Black keep the event from going south? Plus, check out Austin's beat strains fall 13 of them!! at the second annual Cowboy Cup.), Euro Grow (High Times sent the Cultivation Department across the pond to check in with our European counterparts and see what's new in the EU. Turns out what's new is a return to the old-school, with a revitalized seed trade in Spain and an influx of new (and seedy) ideas! Nico takes a closer look at the seed-vs-clone debate and uncovers a few quirky surprises along the way.), Seed Bank Hall of Fame: New Inductions! (The High Times sensi strain-testing facility has been hard at work compiling 10 new company profiles to add to our illustrious list of the best pot-seed breeders on the planet. Danny Danko breaks down the latest entries and finds out how and why they smoke the competition.), The Big Bhang: How Cannabis Shaped the World's Great Religions (What was the role played by pot in the development of Hinduism, taoism, Zoroestrianism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam?), The High Times Interview: Johnny Winter (For over half a century, guitar genius Johnny Winter has entertained audiences with a legacy of soulful, lightning-fast blues and rock music. Higth Times talks to this legendary performer about his life and career, and honors him with our 2009 Doobie Award for Lifetime Achievement.) Departments - Page Six, Highwitness News/Buzz (Asher Roth & reefer; Tobacco vs pot; "Please tax us!" protest; Ashcroft hijinks; 420 cat; Weed Wolf; NuggBrand clothing; Hot hemp products; Stoner drummers; Kottonmouth Kings; Lady Sovereign; Bonnie "Prince" Billy; Reviews; Unsigned Band of the Month, Vaporetta; Almost Infamous; Brain Damaged,), Groworld (Pix of the crop; Cannabis Clinic; Munchies; NORMLizer; Dr. Mitch; Freedom Fighter; Beat the Heat; Keeping Cannabis Cool; Gear/Hot Products; Jorge's Rx and August calendar by Jorge Cervantes.), Next Month, Pot 40
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September
2009
Features - 420 Party (Check out the photos from High Times New York 420 party and meet the new Miss High Times.), 11th Annual Stash Awards (Our picks of the best grow gear compiled throughout the year to enable you to achieve bigger harvests while doing less work. We search out those products that result in increased yields while saving time and energy better spent enjoying life and the family.), Burning in Hawaii (Take a trip to pot paradise and explore the lush gardens of the beautiful islands of Hawaii. Longtime resident South Bay Ray tours the gardens of four different growers and breaks down the politics of "pakatoko".), Lighting the Future, Today (Perhaps one of the most groundbreaking cultivation pieces we've published in the last 10 years, the grand finale of our Lighting Series will change the way you think about indoor gardening for years to come. Learn the real science behind today's latest lighting technology, including the latest developments in mixed-spectrum bulbs, advanced light delivery systems and the problems with LED's. Plus, find out why all majoy-brand bulbs are failing in the new electronic and digital ballasts - all but one, that is! One of our best indoor grow pieces yet, this one is a must read.), High Times Interview: Penn Jillette (He's the vocal half of the legendary magic duo Penn & Teller, who are known for creating magical mayhem, Penn Jillette casts his own spell in the rollicking visit with the non-toking, outspoken advocate for Legalization.)Departments - Page Six, Highwitness News/Buzz (Rob Cantrell, Eddie Lepp gets 10, Leap Year, Is the war over?, Bad Sports, University of BS, L.A. Confidential wins again, Spanish air, Dog duds, MJ musicat, Showbuzz, Tobacco & pot, Lethal cannabis, Many happy returns, Nauseating pot studies, World Stoner Games II, A Spliff with Mr. Lif, Lady Punks, Agnostic Front, Reviews, Vaporetta, Unsigned Band, Almost famous, Brain damage control.), Growold (Pix of the Crop, Cannabis Clinic, Munshies, Normlizer/Dr. Mitch/Freedom Fighter, Monster glasses by Dan Skye, Gear/Hot Products, Jorge's RX and September Calendar by Jorge Cervantes.), Next Month, Pot 40
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October
2009
Features - Cannabis Cup 2009 Preview (Part I of our series warms up with a preview of the new comers and potential comebacks at this year's Cup. Coffeeshops and breeders give us some insight into possible entries and discuss their philosophy when it comes to the world's premier bud competition, now it it's 22nd year. Also included are some guide tips and info for 2009 Cup-goers.), Coffeeshop Confidential (Ever fantasize about moving to Amsterdam and working at a coffeeshop? Or wonder what it might be like to own one? In this exclusive expose, we go behind the smoke and mirrors at two of the city's most popular shots to reveal wht it's really like to work in the Dutch coffeeshop industry.), The Strain Collectors (Meet an intrepid cannabis-collecting couple who like to keep several varieties of pot around at all times to have their pick of the multiple highs, flavors, odors and experiences. Also, find out what it takes to start a strain collection of your own.), Top 20 Activist Colleges (Our annual guide to higher education ranks the country's best colleges and universities for undergrads interested in marijuana activism, with a little help from Kris Krane, executive director of Students for Sensible Drug Policy.), The High Times Interview with Jonah Lehrer (The 27-year-old neuroscintist, author of the best-selling How We Decide, discusses his own "experiments" with marijuana and explains how pot treats anxiety - and also why it's not addictive. This is your brain on weed!) Departments - Page Six, Highwitness News / Buzz, Groworld, Next Month, Pot 40
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October
2010
Features - College Buds (These growers definitely have brighter futures. Take a look at the inner workings of college grows while earning some extra credit in vital growroom and security basics.), Higher Education (As America approaches a bold new era of legatization, High Times and Students for Sensible Drug Policy proudly present our annual list of the top 20 colleges for marijuana activists.), Strains of Maine (The fiercely independent marujuana farmers of Maine continue to produce quatity pot for patients, even as a controversial new cannabis-dispensary system looms. Senior cultivation editor Danny Danko and photographer Brian Jahn visit three local ganja gardens to seperate fact from fiction and reveal the grow secrets of this cold and rocky coastal state.), The High Times Cannabis Cup Preview 2010 (It's that time of year again: The 23rd Annual High Times Cannabis Cup is just around the corner! If you've been to Amsterdam before, or are thinking about finally making the pilgrimage to the Mecca of Pot, home to the world's foremost cannabis competition, this is the can't-miss story of the year! Nico outlines the history of the Cup and how you (the judges) sample and vote, as well as flashbacks from last year's Cup, and sneak peeks of what's to come this Novcember. As an added bonus, we've also included a small but handy guide to a few of Amsterdam's elite coffeeshops.), Oil and Water (High Times visits Venica, L.A., the home of a fishing community whose very existence is in peril following the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon rig. With oil hemorrhaging into the Gulf of Mexico at an incalculable rate, what fate lies in store for those who make their living from the sea.), The High Times Interview: Lewis Black (He's angry, aggravated, out of sorts - and hysterically funny! Comedian Lewis Black has become the voice of our discontent. Thank God we can laugh through the pain. Enjoy a wide-ranging conversation about America and pot.) Departments - Page Six, Highwitness News/Buzz (College toking, Hopper passes on, 420 Speedster, LA dispensary shutdown, High in the rockies poll, Marijuana martial artist, Sister Mary Marijuana, Irv Rosenfeld, Red hats, Bling for stoners, Showbuzz, The High Times Pot Smokers Activity Book, K2/Spice revealed, Snoop Dogg, High or fire, Commander Cody, Reviews, Brain damage crontrol, Band of the Month, Miss High Times, Almost infamous), Groworld (Pix of the crop, Cannabis clinic, SSDP, Freedom Fighter, Ask Dr. Mitch, NORMLizer, Organic growing, Gear/Hot products, Munchies, Dear Danko)
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January
2011
Special 420th Collector's Issue Features - The History of Kugh (Danny Danico investigates the history and lineage of the legendary cannabis strain known as "the Kush" in our revealing search to seperate fact from fiscion and myth from reality about this tasty and potent pot variety. Bonus Book excerpt - Danny's Top 10 Kush Strains.), The Art of Rock (The concert poster has been the quintessential way by which we learn of and commemorate our favorite live performances. HT's resident rocker makes a brief look at the history of this unique genre and showcases some of today's headiest artists.), Cloning Made Easy (Danny Danco discloses the basic environmental factors that lead to successfully rooting cannabis cuttings for more efficient fardens that provide more harvests yearly - and with larger yields of guaranteed female buds. Bonus: Cloning in Coco byMosca.), Kushman's Veganic Growing (High Times legendary cultivation reporter extraodinaire returns with a unique new growing technique and philosophy that goes beyond the mostly "organic" and takes connoisseurs and medical patients into the realm of the cleanest, tastiest and best-burning cannabis ever.), The 420 Milestone (Keith Stroup, EthanNadelmann, Vivian McPeak and Dennis Peron weigh in on the significance of 420 issues of High Times and the long road that still lies ahead of us.), The High Times Interview: Melissa Etheridge (She's one of the top women in rock'n'roll, a breast-cancer survivor and an outspoken proponent of marijuana, medical and otherwise. Melissa Etheridge lends her powerful voice to the clamor for legal cannabis,) Departments - Page Six, Highwitness News/Buzz, Groworld, Next Month, Pot 40
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February
2011
Features - Garden Of The Gods (HT goes behind the scenes at the oldest and largest dispensary in Colorado, Cannabis Therapeutics, and talks with its owner, Michael Lee. We also pay a visit to Denver's latest medical-marijuana expo, the Rocky Mountain Cannabis Convention), The 10th High Times Stony Awards (The most lavish Stony Awards ceremony in High Times history was recently held in Hollywood. Here's a smoke-filled behind-the-scenes look), Water Works (Maximize water usage for indoor grow ops. We tackle questions on water sources, filtration ahd hydro versus soil, and offer a detailed take on nutrient-solution temperature and alkatinity), In Search Of Lord Shiva (Journey to mystical India for a cannabis-laden tour of sacred cities, stoned saddhus, legal bhang shops and world-class charas-grade hashish), The 2011 Hydro Report (Our 12th Annual Hydro-Report is one of our best ever. Covering everything from growroom specs to various hydoponic systems to details on EC and flushing in hydro setups, this article has something for every level of grower. If you're considering a garden of your own, this year's Hydro Report is a must-read), The High Times Interview: Allen St. Pierre (The national director of NORML sits down for an in-depth, one-on-one conversation about life as a marijuana activist. Allen St. Pierre also discusses what we can expect in the coming year; there's a reason for hope, but still plenty of work to do) Departments - Page Six, Highwitness News/Buzz (Trimmers to avoid; The Koran and High Times; Avon toking; Big bust in Mexico; No stoner left behind; CannaFresh; Audrey; Big donor; Pot and the military; NORML 2010; Pot and fitness; Night of the Living Juggatos; Wiz Khalifa; Cas Haley; Reviews, Brain Damage Control; Unsigned Band of the Month; Miss High Times; Almost infamous), Groworld (Pix of the Crop; Cannibis Clinic; Munchies; NORMLizer; Freedom Fighter; Dr. Mitch; SSDP Report; pHigering out pH, Dear Danko), Next Month, POT 40
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August
2011
Features - Toasted In Texas (High Times heads back to Austin for our annual Doobie music awards and our Cowboy Cup pot party, thisyear featuring Rob Cantrell, Doug Benson and a tribute to the late, breat Dimebag Darrell), The Reign in Spain (When it comes to breeding good cannabis, the epicenter tends to shift between well-known places like Amsterdam and California. These days, however, Spain is the up-and-comer. With a plethora of seed companies and new strains abounding, there is a lot to check out in the Spanish realm, including some new advantages in medicinal strans. High Times takes a look at one of this new breed - Reggae Seeds - and the projects they're working on to make medicinal cannabis even more medicinal), Seed Fortunes (Cati Connection has quickly risen to the top tier of seed merchants. When you're making your way in the still-sometimes-dicey legal cannabis industry, a streamlined business model and superior products simplify the road to success), Breeding Denver's Nuggets (Our senior cultivation editor takes an inside look at Colorado's burgeoning bud-breeding and grow scene. Gorgeous photos from Kind Reviews accompany this profile of three prominent pot-seed producers and cannabis strain collectors in the Mile High City), Rocky Mountain Buzz (The Colorado cannabis community turned out in force for the Second Annual High Times Medical Cannabis Cup, our new stateside expo and awards show. Denver, CO. was the host city this time, which made it the perfect place to honor the best medical strains in the state), The High Times Interview: Noam Chomsky (The world's most widely quoted thinker explains exactly who's pulling the strings in America's ongoing War on Pot) Departments - Page Six, Highwitness News/Buzz (High on the Harris Pll; Canada's courts rumble; Russia goes to pot; Pot's carbon footprint; Sativatar; Addication nation; Miss High Times crowned; Smoke your bracelet; Showbuzz; Pot & cancer Exercise curbs pot use; Toking & psychosis; Odd Future; Ziggy Marley's Marijuanaman; Ken Babbs; Reviews; Adventures in the Counterculture; Band of the month; Miss High Times; Almost infamous), Groworld (Pix of the Crop; SSDP; Freedom Fighter; Ask Dr. Mitch; Munchies; NORMLizer; Gear/Hot products; Cannabis Clinic; Inside the Hy-Pod; Dear Danko), Next Month, Pot 40
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September
2011
Features - The 13th Annual S.T.A.S.H. Awards (Each year, the High Times Cultivation Department searches far and wide to discover cannabis-growing products that will ease the burden on pot farmers while resulting in bigger yields and better quality. Check out our choices for the best and most innovative year of the year in our latest S.T.A.S.H. Awards (for Significent Technological Achievements in Secretive Horticulture.), Home Grown (At WAMM, California's original medical marijuana cultivation collective, members work together in the garden to grow the best outdoor, organic cannabis possible in a truly passionate way.), Canada's Monster Greenhouse (The acre-long greenhouse of Lake Erie's northern shore once housed Canada's entire tobacco forming industry, but today there's a new combustible moving in. We bring you the surprisong details of the world's largest grow under grass and tell you how one grower-cum-activist is changing the game using little more that water, sunlight and quail.), This Holy Chemical (Many people who smoke pot report that they feel a stronger sense of spirituality when they're high. That's nothing new - for centuries, cannabis has been an integral part of finding one;s way to the Creator.), The High Times Buyers Guide to Vaporizers (The High Times staff puts an array of popular vaporizers through their paces to help you choose the best device for your vaping needs. Efficiency, cost, portability and stealth all factor into this through overview of the current vaporizer market.), Cannabis Clowns: The High Times interview With Instant Clown Posse (Love 'em or hate 'em. America's most controversial hip-hop crew are here in High Times. That's right, stoners - step right up and watch Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope of the Insane Clown Posse murder joints and slaughter bongloads with reckless abandon.) Departments - Page Six, Highwitness News / Buzz (Literal plea bargains; Psychosis myth; PTSD & THC; Cancer miracle, Bin Laden's garden, Deleware legalizes, Sativa Bag; Glass bash; Healing lotion; The Stoned Family Robinson; Showbuzz; Maine moves foreward; Hemp hostage; Research void; New York Dolls; The Black Lips; Freedy Johnston; John Wilcock; Reviews, Adventures in the Counterculture; Band of the Month; Miss HIGH TIMES; Almost Infamous.), Groworld (Pix of the Crop; SSDP; Freedom Fighter; Ask Dr. Mitch; Munchies; NORMLizer; Indoor Lighting Text by Herb Spadowski; pH.S.: Dear Danko), Next Month, Pot 40
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