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Rows of vendors lined the perimeter of Amazura’s dance floor at the NYC:420 fest by NY-Harvest Fest in Queens. Plants, seeds, flower, edibles, clothes, glass, supplies, and cannabis inspired art were on sale. Check out this special edition of Sinful Snacks for a review of my 420 haul and thoughts on the festival’s food & bev situation.Keep reading
NYC’s first cannabis cup after legalization arrived this past 4/20 with a large event headlined by Bob Marley’s old compatriots The Wailers. NYC: 420 by was a combination concert festival, marketplace, fashion show & art happening. Get the details and find out what we thought of the night’s festivities.Keep reading
#ShakespearesShitstorm is sure to be a modern gross-out classic. Somehow, Troma has been able to surpass the infamous shunting scene in Society in terms of sheer perversion and body horror in Lloyd Kaufman’s unique take on the Avant Bard play, The Tempest. If this truly is Kaufman’s last film, he will go out on the top of his game!Keep reading
The NYC Village Halloween Parade returned this year and it was obvious that New Yorkers really did miss the city’s annual tradition. Guided by the themes “Let’s Play” & “All Together Now!”, costumes ranged from pop-influenced to political, and everything in-between. Check out our recap of the night & photo gallery.Keep reading
Our annual guide to Halloween in NYC is here and with 2020 behind us, we’re bringing back our list of the hottest events in town! In addition to the usual recommendations of horror movies, spooky music, and other Samhain celebration ideas. Happy Halloween, Sinners!Keep reading
Halloween fans will love the many throwbacks in Halloween Kills, while also exploring an entirely new storyline. There’s something so great about hunting down Michael Myers. But this latest installment could be beginning of the end for the franchise.Keep reading
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