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NYC Dispensary – Opening Its Doors to Newcomers

NYC Dispensary

A wide array of regulated cannabis options is now available for consumers to purchase in New York City. There are currently 83 adult-use cannabis stores and consumption lounges licensed by the Office of Cannabis Management (OCM). These establishments offer safe and controlled cannabis products to meet a variety of consumers’ needs, from the soothing effects of an indica to the energizing effects of a sativa.Learn more:altitudeclubnyc.com

While many cannabis retailers cater to the needs of seasoned cannabis users, some are opening their doors to customers who are brand-new to the industry. These stores aim to be a one-stop shop for all cannabis needs, from educating the consumer to providing premium products and experiences.

NYC Dispensary: Where to Find the Best Deals in the City

Brooklyn’s first Black woman-owned dispensary aims to defy stigmas around the industry by welcoming in all who are interested in exploring the world of cannabis. Located in the heart of Crown Heights, Matawana offers playful merch alongside their cannabis offerings, including slip-on shoes and dresses. In addition, they also support the community by donating to local charities and organizations like Housing Works.

Similarly, Altitude Club NYC strives to celebrate the cannabis culture and community through their offerings of the highest quality flower, edibles, and accessories. Their mission is to ensure their customers leave with a positive experience, which includes offering them a free sample. Additionally, they are committed to hiring formerly incarcerated people and place an emphasis on giving back to the local community. In fact, they have a partnership with the Housing Works CAURD Community Initiative and donate 50% of profits to it.

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Nail wraps are essentially pre-designed nail polish strips that have base, color and top coat built in, with a strong adhesive that adheres to the natural nail without damaging it. They come in a variety of patterns, finishes, and colors, so you can create your own nail design with just a little imagination. And best of all, they’re super quick and easy to apply — and can last up to two weeks.

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Brooklyn Weed Delivery

New York’s legal cannabis market recently pushed into uncharted territory: for the first time, consumers can have Brooklyn Weed Delivery to their doors. The nonprofit Housing Works opened the state’s first licensed dispensary in December, and recently launched its delivery service. Consumers can visit its website, enter their address and find out whether the business will deliver to them (it does in Greenwich Village). Once they click ‘next day delivery,’ or ‘express,’ they can browse 300+ products like strawberry cheesecake-tasting chocolates, sour lime chews, terpene-infused pre rolls, and sativa, indica, or hybrid flower strains.

Brooklyn Weed Delivery: Convenient Cannabis Access in Your Neighborhood

Another NYC-based weed delivery service is Good Grades, which began delivering weed in Queens and Brooklyn last month. The family-run dispensary, whose name comes from the weekly “report cards” used to vet high quality weed, has a strong commitment to local community support and also donates to the city’s youth and adult reentry programs.

The Black- and Latino-owned and operated storefronts of Conbud and Verdi also offer delivery, as well as a full range of NY state-certified products including edibles, flowers, and vape carts. They are also committed to destigmatizing cannabis use for formerly incarcerated people in NYC and employ knowledgeable budtenders that can help customers navigate the ever-growing options of marijuana products.

A number of other recreational weed delivery services have also popped up in the area since the new laws came into effect, including Doobie, which allows adults 21 and over to purchase a variety of recreational cannabis products online for home deliveries. Its easy-to-use website allows you to input your address, then add products like gummies and cannabis drinks to your cart. A $10 minimum purchase is required, plus a $7 delivery fee and identification are needed to complete the transaction.

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If you’re looking for a great outdoor music festival, look no further than Denver. This Colorado city combines the outdoorsy spirit of the Rocky Mountains with a mountain of culture, and its music scene is no exception. From Denver’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre to downtown’s shady beer garden, there are many venues and festivals that showcase the best in local music.

A new Colorado festival celebrates everything outdoors with live music, films and speakers, while another aims to connect people and gear by bringing together experts from the outdoors world. This year’s Outside Festival will feature music from Fleet Foxes, Thundercat, Andrew Bird, Say She She and the Heavy Heavies. Find out cavemanmusicfestival.com

The six-week Colorado Music Festival orchestral summer performance season at Boulder’s all-wood Chautauqua Auditorium showcases the talents of world-class festival artists under Music Director Peter Oundjian. Highlights include a return of violinist Augustin Hadelich; a celebration of Bruckner’s 200th birthday; and more.

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Each Friday this summer, Denver’s Chapungu Sculpture Park hosts free concerts as part of the Sounds of Centerra concert series. The shady Great Lawn will also be home to a pop-up beer garden, food trucks, vendors and activities for dogs and kids.

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