Feb 15, 2021
Tommy Chong on The Dr. Mary Show | Holiday edition
Dr. Mary Clifton has connected with the legendary Tommy Chong for a special spiritual edition of her regular show on PCM TV on ROKU and APPLE. The comic actor and entrepreneurial man from California has a deep spiritual side to him rarely showed in interviews but Dr. Mary is quite adept at getting her subjects to open up, and Tommy was more than willing!
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Cannabis Industry with Mike Lomuto
On In The Weeds with Jimmy Young this week, we meet Mike Lomuto, the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion manager at the NCIA, the National Cannabis Industry Association. Social equity is a buzz word for giving those most hurt by the failed war on drugs an opportunity to get into the cannabis business. Reality though sets in quickly, and access to capital is always a concern. Now Mike is charged with setting up programs that make this opportunity a reality, and now he explains it on In The Weeds with Jimmy Young.
Michigan's Legends of Cannabis - Shannon Walters of LightSky Farms
Shannon Walters of LightSky Farms in Michigan should be in the Cannabis Hall of Fame. A 35 time winner of High Times Cannabis Cup, Shannon has seen it all during his cannabis journey from legacy to legal, from wine to weed, from addiction to recovery. His story and its impact on the Michigan Cannabis scene is documented and supported by the Executive Director of NORML in Michigan, Rick Thompson along with his marketing manager Drew Fortune all on In The Weeds with Jimmy Young this week.
A new cannabis perspective with The Arcview Group at CWCB Expo
It's one of the largest and most established holding companies in the Cannabis Industry. Arcview's Ecosystem is involved with over 600 million dollars in deal flow, with over 300 million dollars invested in over 300 companies, The Arcview Group is a dominant force in the emerging industry and is now with three divisions under the direction of CEO Jeff Finkle and Chief Inspiration Officer Jeanne Sullivan. Their plans for the future of this industry and their insight into its direction is making history. So is their appearance on In The Weeds with JImmy Young on location at the CWCB Expo in New York City last week.
Master Cannabis Confectioner Julian Rose talks about making edibles.
Talk about a dream job? That's the life of master chocolatier and confection master Julian Rose of INSA. After growing up in his parent's bakery in Montreal, Quebec, he became one of the most sought after consultants in the world in his sweet world. Now he's the Director of Research and Development of confection production at INSA, a cannabis dispensary with three locations in Massachusetts in Easthampton, Springfield, and Salem. While flower continues to be the dominant means of cannabis use among adults, edibles, tinctures, concentrates are all growing in popularity, and potency. The challenges of balancing the thousands of cannabinoids in a plant and mixing a consistent batch of sweetness that tastes good, is why INSA recruited Julian Rose, and now are producing some of the most popular products in the state. Now, Julian Rose on In the Weeds with Jimmy Young.
How can small mom and pop cannabis dispensaries continue to thrive?
Anna Symonds, the Director of Education for East Fork Cultivars in Portland, Oregon sits down with Jimmy Young for this episode of In the Weeds