December 2011 NUG Magazine

Welcome to another issue of NUG Magazine, San Diego’s Original Cannabis Publication! Last month we all took some time to enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday, and we here at NUG have a lot to be thankful for! We want to send a special thanks to all of our advertisers, previous and current! We appreciate every single one of them. Their support allows us to continue to bring our readers all of the dynamic editorial content that we strive to bring you every month!

This month we have a great issue for you once again. We have an amazing interview with artist Grace Slick, a legendary ‘60s rock icon who is unveiling her 420 Collection at downtown’s Alexander Salazar Fine Art Gallery. We also have an interview with local arts & culture guru Swendoza of Art Rocks! Radio, and one of our newest contributing writers, Antoinette Duenas, is bringing you a business spotlight on Thread that is a must read! Shopping local and supporting local products and services is a MUST!

Speaking of shopping local, we have been sharing some of the best cannabis recipes with you since our very first issue thanks to Canna Chef Kim…so you can imagine that  her book of medicinal recipes would make an incredible holiday gift! Make sure to pick one up for the chef that you love at

And if you like our amazing cover this month, check out the ad on page 11 for more information on how to order Christmas cards, each hand signed by local artist Kelly Hutchison:

As always, we are bringing you some great local music coverage, including SD Liz’s coverage of Tribal Theory and MJ’s piece on up-and-comers Phat Reggae Dub. Aaron Evans has brought us another amazing glass artist to profile in his Perpetual Motion column and The Chronisseur is reviewing the top 3 strains from the Halloweed Cup!

With another holiday right around the corner, we at NUG want to wish all of our readers, contributors, advertisers, friends and family a blessed holiday!

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