Broccoliis the international magazine for cannabis lovers.
Created by women who love weed,Broccoliis a magazine presenting a new perspective on cannabis culture. Playful, informed, eclectic, and thoughtful, it encourages the discovery and intelligent appreciation of cannabis through creative and inclusive explorations of art, culture, and fashion.
88 pages, perfect bound, printed on premium coated paper.
In this issue:
Science: Natural Law: Can cannabis be organic?
Five Senses: Naj Austin: In the realm of the senses with the founder of Ethel's Club, a Brooklyn social club giving people of color a space to gather
Music: Whistle While You Work: They say that "whistling women and crowing hens always come to some bad end," but this champion whistler's lips are taking her from small-town Mullumbimby, Australia, to the cosmos
Culture: "It Brings Out the You in You.": Two Nigerian women share their experiences of the drastic juxtapositions--harsh laws, social stigma, widespread use--shaping Nigeria's cannabis culture
Profile: Super Human: Mimi Lam--co-founder and CEO of Canadian cannabis retailer Superette--was shopping for wedding dresses and juggling meetings when she made time to chat with Broccoli about what work-life balance looks like when you work in cannabis
History: Yerba Buena: Tracing the legacy of artist Win Ng
Favorites: Story Time
Art: Eufloria: Stoned orchids, puffing daisies, wild roses, and pitcher plants so carnivorous they have the munchies are the psychedelic fleurs invited to this garden party
History: Sea Monster: Maruja Mallo, the exiled Spanish artist who turned her back on convention to paint with an oceanic sensuality
World News: Catalyst: At this summer camp, teens from Mexican and Columbian communities at the center of the war on drugs are challenged to rethink drug policy
Fantasy: Oh My Dog: Modern canines have so much stress in their lives--from fleas to puppy kindergarten, Fourth of July to vacuum cleaners--and it seems like everyone at the dog park is talking about the benefits of CBD for pets
Profile: Growth Industry: Mel Frank's 1977 book Marijuana Grower's Guide Deluxe seeded the future for homegrown cannabis. His intimate documentation of growers and their plants in the late '70s and early '80s narrates a spirit of mischief, wonder and community
Mind: Understanding Addiction: We need new ways of thinking about substance abuse
Q&A: Party Animal: The songwriter whose name you don't know--but whose songs have been stuck in your head--on how to throw a killer party, whether it's in your backyard or virtual reality