Stanford University artists are part of a growing trend using art to promote “green” living. This spring’s Vision eARTh event aimed to inspire social change through community activism.
Big Gigantic opened for Umphrey’s McGee Saturday night at San Francisco’s Fillmore Auditorium. Both bands are back tonight at 8 p.m.
Stanford students designed music-playing helmets and lockable bike lights to increase bicycle safety on campus. A bicyclist who wasn’t wearing a helmet died on campus last year after being hit by a car.
In September, 22 medicinal marijuana delivery employees were arrested in “Up in Smoke,” a Santa Clara County sting operation. They claim innocence, expressing frustration with unclear medical marijuana laws.
Compared to Prop. 19, the state attorney general’s race and city taxes on pot will have a much more lasting impact on marijuana policy in California.
Northern California Natural Collective operator Clinton Cronin makes the transition from a delivery service to a storefront in San Jose—but not without some legal tangles along the way.
After a topsy-turvy race and flip-flopping polls, Californians voted to defeat Proposition 19 on Nov. 2.
Marijuana delivery services have spread throughout the Silicon Valley in the past year, but police doubt some of the services’ legitimacy.