Welcome to the April/May 420 issue of NUG Magazine!

Most of you have probably already noticed that we took the month of March off from our print schedule, but what you may not have known is that we moved our offices, circled the wagons and regrouped, and now are back to work! We have also been posting new content on our website, so make sure to log on often to catch up and keep up-to-date. We have been having some incredible ticket giveaways and other exciting contests on the site also, so keep an eye out for those because we love to send readers to shows!

The federal crack down that began in October has continued to shake our industry, most recently with the raids on Oaksterdam and Richard Lee. Richard has been a champion for medical as well as a proponent for complete legalization for many years. We will have an in-depth article, written by Dion Markgraaff, coming soon.

We are happy to be able to bring you this issue of NUG and want you all to know that it is our advertisers who make it possible, so please get out there and see them and support the businesses that support our collective goal of getting information out to you, our readers.

In this issue, as always, Canna Chef Kim is giving you some amazing recipes and the Chronisseur is reviewing local strains. Aaron Evans hits you with yet another Perpetual Motion glass article, and we interviewed the band Ballyhoo! But also make sure to log on to the website for exclusive web-only content www.nugmag.com

We just got word that our friends at Cannabis Planet TV will be returning to the San Diego airwaves in May, so make sure to check your local listings for the start of the new season.  I also want to take a moment to thank all of our current, previous and future advertisers for their support, and thank YOU the NUG Magazine readers and fans for all the emails and phone calls letting us know how much you missed us last month.

-Ben G. Rowin

Steve

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