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High Times

250 West 57Th Street Suite 920

New York City, New York,10107

United States

Company Description

For more than 40 years, HIGH TIMES -the iconic and authoritative media company in the cannabis business - has been educating the cannabis community by leading the fight for legalization and empowering entrepreneurs in this burgeoning industry. HIGH TIMES' cont...more

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Focus on 4/20 weekend: He runs High Times; He makes edibles; He says 'Drive high, get a DUI' | incredibles

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Here's what's happening on The Cannabist Show, episode No. 5, featuring guests Dan Skye, editor-in-chief of High Times magazine; Bob Eschino, president ofColorado edibles company Incredibles; and Sam Cole, communications manager at the Colorado Department of Transportation.


Ganja at the Gap? Dispensaries Step up Their Design Game - Metropolis

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"Things are definitely becoming more modern looking," says Dan Skye, editor in chief of High Times, the 42-year-old bible for the cannabis-smoking community.
"No more Cheech and Chong posters. There are stores in the suburbs that look like the Gap. Skye is referring to marijuana dispensaries, a business sector that is rapidly growing as legalization creeps across the United States (recreational marijuana is currently legal in Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, Washington, and the District of Columbia, while medicinal marijuana is legal in 19 states). Since Skye has patronized his share of these outlets-by his estimate, that number is somewhere in the hundreds-he's in a position to know that most dispensaries no longer look like your grandmother's head shop. "They are either clinical or fun," he says. "You'll have the seniors coming in with their aches and pains," says Skye.


The Truth Behind Today's 420 Pot Holiday | Pazoo.com

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Grammarians can debate the punctuation issue, but according to Dan Skye, executive editor of High Times magazine and an expert in all things weed, the true origins of 420 have been researched and are laid out in a Wikipedia entry largely composed by High Times savants.
"People tried to create their own myth about this," he says, but adds: "The start of 420 is fairly clear at this point-the kids back at San Rafael High School." "Some of their parents were associated with the Grateful Dead," says Skye, and the term became common among Deadheads. It's mushroomed into our unofficial national holiday," says Skye.


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High Time's Editor Dan Skye calls in to share his thoughts during


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The Colorado event mentioned is a High Times Cannabis Cup-related concert at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield that was first announced in late-January.  High Times editor-in-chief Dan Skye said the magazine's negotiations with Pueblo County were "friendly and progress was being made" but "our busy calendar of upcoming events persuaded us that the better decision was to host a full Cannabis Cup in Colorado at a later date.


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