Plant Protectors: Meet the Tryke Security Team

By 8 months ago

Photo: Shane O’Neal – SON Studios If you’ve ever been to Reef Dispensaries, chances are you’ve seen them. Emblazoned in khaki pants and black collared shirts, the Tryke Security team is posted up outside of the building, keeping an eye on things. While they can appear intimidating, ultimately the team is there for the safety […]

Wings & Ranch with Chef Fred

By 9 months ago

Do you know what I like the most about February? It is one month closer to spring. Burrr out there family!  I also like February because of the events going on in Las Vegas: Glass Vegas Expo, CaterSource Expo, Champs Trade Show, Super Bowl, NBA All Star Game and Valentine’s Day. It is going to […]

The “Cannab-Esq.” Chronicles (#5)

By 10 months ago

Happy New Year! And with the numbers showing that marijuana sales in Nevada crept up on $38 Million in the month of October alone, I have no doubt that those in the marijuana industry here in Nevada are indeed having a very happy New Year. Keeping in line with the New Year’s tradition of people […]

The Ruckus Rant: Medical Patients Matter

By 1 year ago

As the weather starts to cool down, I stay hot! A few things that have been sticking in my craw lately? Now that we have recreational use and everyone over 21 can buy and consume, can we get rid of the ridiculous conceal carry provisions in the medical marijuana program? Anyone can go buy all […]

When Food Really is Medicine

By 1 year ago

We all heard him whistling from the bathroom. A mindless melody so pleasant it reminded me of the orchestra of birds that sing and chirp each morning outside my bedroom. But it wasn’t morning, rather it was dusk. Mother had just walked in bearing a bottle of red wine, Aliya was sitting on the full sized bed we had moved to the living room weeks prior. It now served as the couch. His new bed was one of those rented hospital versions. It served his needs better now. Aliya sat cross-legged, her head down, knitting yet another hat for him. He was always cold. I stood in the small kitchen waiting for the grapeseed oil I had just poured into the cast iron skillet to shimmer indicating it was hot enough.