Hidden among the brunch spots and local vendors in the streets of downtown Las Vegas is a glass shop unlike any other. Dripping with art, the building stands out amongst the developing area of white-bricked shops. Jason Harris, the creator of Jerome Baker Designs, resides here in his glass factory and art gallery. Though the shop has only stood here for a few years, its colorful history goes back almost two decades.
Recently, I’ve noticed something happening around the cannabis community. It started some time ago; but, the last few years have caused an influx of weed and anxiety stories. As we all found ourselves stressed for an assortment of reasons, some of us have looked to cannabis more than usual. However, a lot of consumers are taking a step back altogether.
If you’ve been anywhere near cannabis in the last few years, you’ve probably heard the words cannabis home grow. Our community’s push for decriminalization and legalization is one thing. The argument, however, isn’t complete without the ability to grow cannabis at home. But, why exactly are home grows so important? The answer no matter who you ask is all about accessibility.
While we’re possibly in the thick of another Hip-Hop renaissance, the unity that it inspires and the positive movement that the tension brings is being shared by Reno-based podcast, Up In The Mix. Hosted by Reno-natives Cesar and Shaughn, they use their love of hip-hop to shine a light on those who are doing good for their community.