ME & MARIJUANA

ME & MARIJUANA

Me & Marijuana By California Mary  I am a 40 year old mom and this is how cannabis has affected my life.    The first time I tried marijuana I was about thirteen and already drinking alcohol at a party. It was the late 1980s and every kid I knew in Sacramento “partied” every single weekend. Already feeling the alcohol, I didn’t feel anything different from the two drags I took off the joint, so…

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Beer, Beer Everywhere and Lots of Hops to Drink!

Beer, Beer Everywhere and Lots of Hops to Drink!

Beer, Beer Everywhere and Lots of Hops to Drink by Powell Coffey If you’re like me, you like beer. Vikings made it, Egyptians made it, even the ancient Sumerians made it. Ancient cultures like the Sumerians believed beer to be a life giving elixir. I find it hard to disagree. Beer nourishes the body and soul, and there is a certain artistry to brewing a great beer. Humboldt and Mendocino counties boast a large number…

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Papercrete: The Starting Point for Very Low Cost Construction

Papercrete: The Starting Point for Very Low Cost Construction

Papercrete: The Starting Point for Very Low Cost Construction  What is Papercrete? It’s simply shredded newspaper, Portland cement and sand in somewhat variable proportions of 60/20/20. Papercrete is blended in a homemade drum mixer into a wet slurry, and poured into brick forms, or pumped into formworks to make walls. This building material has great potential because it is cheap, utilizing unwanted newspapers, magazines, cardboard and junk mail, plus local sand and dirt. Papercrete can…

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For you

For you

For You A poem by Joesph Walter The beauty of today Is not in the suns rays Or the drops of rain Not falling from the sky Then why may you ask To me you see I can now finally see The thoughts I’ve had Converted to ink on paper For no one else to read Has changed slightly Submitted to the Emerald For all of Humboldt To read and see Things that are Caught…

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Keep It Simple

Keep It Simple

Keep It Simple   When I cook I don’t try and find the most exotic ingredients or the most expensive because honestly I can’t afford it and the times that I have splurged on something I usually am not that impressed. I like my food simple but packed with flavor. I look for ways to add flavor at every stage of the process but I also let the ingredients themselves be the star of the…

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Chicken Noodle Stew

Chicken Noodle Stew

It was Easter Sunday and not a stew was in sight. I looked all over the kitchen for a recipe that would sure delight. The pantry was bare and the vegetables were light. To our surprise we were having chicken noodle tonight! The stew started off with a chicken noodle base. Then I added a can of tomatoes for taste. I chopped up a cup of cilantro (for an extra splash of class), added four…

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