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Theara Coleman is an emerging non-fiction writer, pursuing her MA in English Lit at NYU while interning at Honeysuckle Magazine. She is also a Howard University Alumna and proud Brooklynite.
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Theodore Coleman or Chef Theo is a James Beard Fellow who brought cannabis to fine dining and cannabutter to the James Beard House. He spoke with Honeysuckle about the challenges of changing the culture around fine dining.
The EXXXOTICA Expo brought sexy back to the tri-state area with a message splayed on a massive banner over the entryway that read “It’s About F***ing Time.” Sexperts Laydee Vee and Dee Black spoke about the pleasure of educating at the event.
The Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition CWCBExpo returned to NYC with an eye on the state's regulated market. From government officials to industry experts and social justice advocates, everyone got down in the Big Green Apple.
As part of a three-event NY launch for hemp brand Xula, cannabis curators Humble Bloom explored women's health, community and plant medicine in a signature Femme Sessions event.
Members of the New York City Cannabis Industry Association and Hudson Valley Cannabis Industry Association discussed New York's future for home-grow and fair housing at the Wake & Bake fundraiser on Staten Island.
New Yorkers got their first taste of public cannabis consumption, with live comedy and CBD education, at Humble Bloom's playful event.
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