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Bulletproof Edible Oil Recipe

In Journalism on August 4, 2017 at 3:40 PM

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1 cup olive oil

1/8 oz to 1/2 oz marijuana flower, finely crumbled

  • stir ingredients in sauce pan
  • bring to simmer on stovetop for about 45 minutes on lowest possible setting. (like, right before “off”)
  • when flower has turned brown, pour entire contents through paper coffee filter in a pour-over coffee strainer, squeezing last of oil from paper filter
  • use the marijuana oil as substitute for butter or olive oil in any recipe.

 

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“db” reviews

In News, Plays, Schedule on January 24, 2017 at 1:47 PM

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“A fast-paced roller coaster ride … a fun, action-packed, thoughtful play about what motivates us to do what we do. Who was DB Cooper? We’ll probably never know, but at db, you’ll have a great time speculating.” – Broadway World

Full-throttle thrills … [Smith] delivers a D.B. Cooper tale with the momentum of a highjacking … Buckle in for a gut-level deconstruction that’s riveting, unexpectedly funny and as ambitious as Cooper’s 10,000-foot high-dive from flight 305.” – Oregonian

“A complex yet compelling piece of theater. This heist story [is] deft and diligent – the payoff is great … Do you sometimes wish your theater seat would rumble and quake while the lights flash, briefly transforming the play you’re seeing into an amusement park ride? Then db may be just the play for you.” – Oregon ArtsWatch

An exciting journey … powerful and compelling … it’s something you’ll talk about long after it’s over.” – All Things Performing Arts

Read my introduction to the play from the production.

Playing through Feb. 4 at Coho Theater (Portland), Thu-Sat @ 7:30p, Sun @ 2:00p.

Get tickets here.

 

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FIREMEN wins five LADCC awards

In News, Plays on March 19, 2015 at 4:27 PM

FIREMEN won five Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards, including Best Writing, Best Production, Lead Performance (Ian Bamberg), and Featured Performance (Rebecca Grey).

Read all about it here.