Hit This: The Leafly Weekly Agenda for Oct. 8-16Oscar PascualOctober 7, 2018
Roll up some Strawberry Cough, order up some new Adidas, and stream the new Kurt Vile. Presenting —‘Hit This,’ Leafly’s pop cannabis round-up. Let’s go!
Sativa to Watch — Strawberry Cough. Fans report this cross of Vermont’s Strawberry Fields with the elemental sativa Haze can push depression back — perfect as the fall clouds roll in. Spotted at the classy Serra in Portland, OR. Most popular in Los Angeles, CA and Las Vegas, NV.
Productive Product — California’s mild, functional new Bae vapes cut out the dank terps in favor of female-friendly dessert flavors.
Comparison Shop Local Menus on Leafly
Looking For Edibles Near You?
Comparison Shop Local Menus on Leafly
To Do List
Cannabis Farmer’s Almanac — Outdoors, remove buds showing signs of mold. Examine trichomes, estimate ripeness, flush, and taper watering. Prep drying room. Harvest ripe buds at dawn for maximum terps.
TV — Tuesday: The CW offers a block of DC Comics superhero dramas with season five of “The Flash” and the second season of “Black Lightning” | Friday: “The Haunting of Hill House” is Netflix’s TV adaptation of the classic Shirley Jackson gothic horror novel | Saturday: The progressive political podcast “Pod Save America” comes to HBO for a four-part miniseries focusing on the 2018 midterm elections | Sunday: Jennifer Garner takes the lead on HBO’s new family comedy, “Camping”; an old Adult Swim favorite returns after over a decade with “Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law.”
— Leafly (@Leafly) October 8, 2018
Film — Rupert Everett takes on the role of sharp-tongued playwright Oscar Wilde living out his last days in “The Happy Prince”; the biopic “First Man” relies on Ryan Gosling as legendary astronaut Neil Armstrong during the Apollo 11 mission to the Moon; Dakota Johnson and Chris Hemsworth highlight the star-studded noir thriller “Bad Times at the El Royale.”
Music — Alternative rock forefather Elvis Costello’s new album Look Now features collaborations with Burt Bacharach and Carole King; the Philadelphia-bred indie rocker Kurt Vile releases his latest studio album, Bottle It In; guitar hero Tom Morello jams with a plethora of guest stars on his new solo album, The Atlas Underground.
Sports — MLB postseason action continues with the American League and National League Division series matchups; Washington visits New Orleans on Monday Night Football, and this week’s Thursday night game features the New York Giants and the visiting Philadelphia Eagles.
Fashion — Fans who have yet to be alienated by Kanye West might be interested in a duo of Yeezy/Adidas “Calabasas” track pants releasing on Oct. 13; New York-based visual artist Daniel Arsham collaborates with Adidas for the release of the Futurecraft 4D, dropping Oct. 12.
Events — Tame Impala, A$AP Rocky, Santigold and many more artists highlight the Bay Area’s Treasure Island Music Festival Oct. 13-14; Southern California’s Desert Daze invites acts like My Bloody Valentine, Warpaint, and Jarvis Cocker on Oct. 12-14; hard rockers System of a Down, Deftones, and Alice in Chains headline Sacramento’s Aftershock Festival Oct. 13-14.
Weekend In Brief
Texas’ Governor said he was open to decriminalization in the Lone Star State. . . . Canadians pondered their new travel liberties as legalization day (Oct. 17) approaches. . . . Utah residents learned about a compromise bill to override Proposition 2, a medical cannabis initiative on the ballot. . . . Dispensaries started chipping in to fight breast cancer. . . . And Leafly challenged its readers to find the biggest cannabis tree in the US. It’s part of a month of harvest content dubbed “#croptober”.
If you can’t say love /
I’ll say it for you /
Travel the globe and tell everyone to aim love towards you /
The feeling’s better than bass drums /
I’m not the only person that’s able to read the letter on your face, hun
Got something for Hit This? Email ‘Hit This’ editor email@example.com