So, if and when weed becomes legalized in California, will these dinners become the norm? Or will their speakeasy-type lure fade away?
After the haze cleared from Hippie Hill in Golden Gate Park, the buzz of 10,000 marijuana revelers trying to recreate the Summer of Love wore off, the aftermath came into focus.
On Monday, marijuana aficionados marked 420 Day. The term, now famous around the world, was coined right here in the Bay Area.
That wasn’t fog hovering over Golden Gate Park in San Francisco Monday. It was a cloud of marijuana smoke over a sea of stoners on Hippie Hill celebrating 4/20, the unofficial marijuana holiday.
As cannabis advocates are lighting up to celebrate the unofficial national holiday of 4/20, a California lawmaker is reigniting a debate that would allow law enforcement to use new “drug breathalyzers” on people suspected of driving under the influence of marijuana and other drugs.
A thick, smoky haze may be visible over San Francisco Monday as thousands of people are expected to flood the city for an annual 4/20 celebration for marijuana enthusiasts.
An event organized to show that people who smoke marijuana are athletic and responsible members of society – not just stoners and slackers – is being held this weekend in San Francisco.
Ten people were arrested during impromptu marijuana celebrations in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park on Sunday for offenses ranging from selling marijuana or opiates to mischief and carrying a gun, police said Monday.
Among the thousands of people who gathered in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park near the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood for an unofficial celebration of all things marijuana Sunday, at least eight people were arrested for felonies, a police spokeswoman said.
San Francisco authorities are preparing for thousands of marijuana smokers to gather in Golden Gate Park for the annual 4/20 pot-smoking celebration.