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Oscars swag bags include cannabis chocolates

Oscars swag bags include cannabis chocolates

Every year the top Oscar nominees receive swag bags that have included gifts from luxury holidays to sweat-absorbing patches, worth upwards of $100,000. This year, they can calm their nerves ahead of the awards on Sunday with a range of cannabis-infused products that will be included in the goody bags. Chocolates infused with 10mg tetrahydrocannabinol...

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Robin L Chappell: Talks About Being An Author, Artist & Literacy

Robin L Chappell: Talks About Being An Author, Artist & Literacy

Robin L Chappell, an established artist and author talks to inCity Magazine’s Publisher about Literacy and her published Short Stories. Robin L Chappell, a true creative person (artist and author) and community driven leader recently spoke with inCity Magazine about her ambitious drive. Robin talks about her non-profit organization Harmonious Grace, short story entitled “Her...

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Beer vs. Marijuana: The Battle Royale of Partying

Beer vs. Marijuana: The Battle Royale of Partying

Pick your poison, America. The typical American Friday or Saturday night usually involves a drink or two—be it a glass of Chardonnay or a can of Rainier. Drinking is a popular way to relax, to unwind, and to otherwise grease the social wheels. Though not everyone drinks regularly, seven in ten Americans say they’ve had...

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Floyd Mayweather leaves Japanese kickboxer in tears in fight farce

Floyd Mayweather leaves Japanese kickboxer in tears in fight farce

Floyd Mayweather knocked Tenshin Nasukawa out in the opening round as their big-money fight turned into a farce. Kickboxing star Nasukawa was left crying in his own corner after being sent tumbling to the canvas three times in the first two minutes of the fight on New Year’s Eve in Saitama, Japan. Mayweather, 41, boasted...

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How ‘Aquaman’ Star Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Found a Community of Actors

How ‘Aquaman’ Star Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Found a Community of Actors

The Yale grad counts fellow alum and ‘Black Panther’ star Winston Duke as a friend (“helped me move”) and is paying it forward to the next generation of the drama school’s Black students. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II is stepping out with his biggest film yet as the villainous Black Manta in Aquaman. For the 32-year-old New...

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David Rooney: The Best New York Theater of 2018

David Rooney: The Best New York Theater of 2018

Angels and executioners, a pop Shakespeare rom-com and a brooding Bob Dylan tone poem, a Northern Irish pastoral and a deep dive into American foundational law were among the year’s stage highlights for The Hollywood Reporter’s chief theater critic. Plus the great Glenda Jackson. Grosses for the calendar year on Broadway are on track to...