Hit This: The Leafly Weekly Agenda for Sept. 3-9
After you’ve had your fill, pencil in the best of the week ahead with the help of “Hit This”, Leafly’s pop cannabis round-up. Let’s do this!
Sativa to Watch — Durban. Interest is surging in this frenetic South African sativa, which can sometimes harbor “THC-V”, also known as the anti-munchie cannabinoid. Spotted at Las Vegas ReLeaf. Popular in Phoenix and Seattle.
Productive Product — Say it with us now: “Pre-rolls”. Pre-rolled cannabis joints save you time, and are super portable, and shareable. Lola Lola 3-cone kits add style, too. Leafly's Dispensary Finder Will Locate It
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To Do List
Cannabis Farmer’s Almanac —Outdoors, double-check watering for thirsty flowering plants. Supplement flowering P and K nutrients as needed. Avoid lockout. Trellis for wind. Kill pests. Prune. Estimate harvest time and update schedule. Indoors, consider topping plants to increase yield.
TV —Tuesday: “Sons of Anarchy” fans should tune into the spinoff drama “Mayans MC” series premiere on FX | Wednesday: The Gang returns for the 13th season of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” on FXX | Friday: Netflix’s Marvel saga continues with season 2 of “Iron Fist” | Sunday: Catch up with the promiscuous and hard-working Gallagher family on season 9 of Showtime’s “Shameless”; Season 2 of HBO’s “The Deuce” tells further tales of 1970s New York’s sex work industry
Film — Scary movie season begins with “The Nun,” explaining the origins of the frightening villain from “The Conjuring” film series; Jennifer Garner takes a turn as a Punisher-like vigilante in the vengeance action thriller “Peppermint”
Music — The space-rock band Spiritualized provides another heady experience with their first album in six years, And Nothing Hurt; St. Paul and the Broken Bones brings more blue-eyed soul on their third album, Young Sick Camellia; celebrated singer-songwriter Paul Simon offers his 13th studio album, In the Blue Light.
Sports — At long last, football is back. Check the Week 1 schedule to plan out your Sunday; After 3 games into the season with his new Italian club Juventus, world football megastar Ronaldo still hasn’t scored a goal.
Fashion — Lady Kitty Spencer, Princess Diana’s niece, rocked a lit new necklace by Bulgari. . . . Converse and tattoo artist Dr. Woo team up for Chuck Taylor All-Stars that provide more color and design the more you wear them out, and are available Sept. 6; Nike reveals a pack of stunning Air Presto Mid sneakers in collaboration with the future-forward label Acronym.
Gaming — This year’s entry of NBA 2K features LeBron James in his first year playing for the Los Angeles Lakers; On the PlayStation 4, Battlefield V starts a free open beta, and exclusive Spider-Man lets players take control of the web-head throughout an open-world New York City.
Events — Washington’s CloneAPalooza promises camping, comedy, and cannabis Sept. 7-9; The Flaming Lips, Grizzly Bear, and Miguel headline North Carolina’s Hopscotch Festival Sept. 6-8; The ONE Musicfest brings Nas, 2Chainz, and Big Boi to Atlanta Sept. 8-9; Tennessee welcomes The Head and the Heart, the Avett Brothers, and Mavis Staples to the Moon River Festival Sept. 8-9
Weekend In Brief
A collection of California police, cities and a cannabis union started a campaign to ban legal cannabis home delivery. . . . New York City police stopped cuffing and transporting some folks for smoking in public. . . . Michigan legalization got boiled down to 100 words as Proposition 1. . . . A New Jersey college added a minor in “Cannabis Studies”.
Rekindling in ways that many thought was lost/
In this contemporary maze of methods to floss/
We finding trees and trails to blaze/
Boundaries to cross
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