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JOB OPTIONS THREATEN STONERDOM "YOU HAVE TO TRY REAL HARD TO NOT GET A JOB RIGHT NOW."

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Notes fromMyBunker Hugh Jollydab, Page 8 To show you just how uncertain I am about the future of the world, I am writ- ing this frommy muddy af bunker. See Hugh Jollydab ......................Page 8 HousingwithStrangers JointMortgages , Page 10 Some home buyers have found a bul- let-proof solution during the housing shortage: buying with a small army. See Joint Mortgages....... ..........Page 10 ManWarns of Monsters Gorgamorn, Page 11 A Gorgamorn has been terrorizing the countryside, according to at least one crazed lunatic who saw Strangerings . See Gorgamorn ......................Page 11 JellyDonuts AreMoldy Emergency, Page 13 Deals InYour Area! Local Maps, Page 20 NEWS FROM CANNATOWN Dispatches from the Highlands cata- logues aairs and news from the beau- tiful city of Cannatown, a quaint and quiet village built upon the conuence of the mighty IcyBong and Resinald Rivers, amidst the misty foothills of the Highlands. e Dispatches fam- ily is proud to present completely unique content--a cannacopia of squibs, lifestyle columns, reviews and deals--from across the globe. e publication is written and edited by a mostly-ripped team of writers and editors headquartered in the heart of Cannatown, and with help from old friends, they've assembled this most amazing spectacle of literature you see before you. Read, enjoy--now, make haste, to the smakery! - e Editors

BudCruiseCrashes Runs Ashore, Page 12 A popular harbor boat is being evacuated just 50 fathoms from its departure port. See Runs Ashore.... ................Page 12 Kishi Bashi at 15 Album Notes, Page 16 New albums, old albums -- they’re all game as Erickson takes on the soundtrack to your chill. See Album Notes. ..................Page 16 Dank Doughnuts CousinDRecipe, Page 17 Savor for yourself or be the life of the party! Cooking with THC made easy. See Recipe ................................Page 17

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By Hugh Jollydab

Opinion: I'mWritingThisFromMyBunker Aloha Jolly-dabbers, I don’t know if you read the news on your phone, but apparently the whole world is going to shit! Did you hear about that? Yea. First my KIA dies and now this. I dunno, I’m typically a pretty optimis- tic guy about stu, maybe it’s all the wax I roll with my doobies. But now I’m not sure. And to show you just how unsure I am, I’m writ- ing this frommy underground bunker! So I had this huge hole in the back of the yard from when I tried to dig my own pool, remember that? Huge ordeal. rewmy back out for a whole week or two. But the other day I was lookin’ at the thing, thinkin', dang, I gotta do something with this thing, when I had an epiphany that I could probably t a couch down here. And sure enough then I got a few other things like an old TV and that old coee table with the three legs, and made er' all nice and cozy. en I got to thinkin', man, if I just throw a few sheets of plywood over this thing I’ve got myself a pretty good bunker. Only problem was, I didn’t know how to seal it o. Or really what to put over it. And it ended up getting pretty muddy aer the rst time it rained hard. ‘Course, all the electricity went out and the TV stoppedwor- kin’. I didn’t have much for emergency food stored in there yet except for a big bowl of Cheetos, and those got mad soaked. I still ate em’, or a couple of 'em, but it was terrible, it was terrible. But yea, now that the world’s goin’ to hell, I feel pretty good knowin’ I got an extra layer of protection, a place to chill when it all goes down. Might not survive a bomb, or even baseball bats or sts or acid rain, or any rain, but yea, it’s a legit bunker, at least there’s that. Kinda dull, not gonna lie. I'm really not sure how I’d possibly make it through a legit war if I couldn’t plug in for some Elden Ring. And until I get a new extension cord, that ain’t hap- penin’ anytime soon in this bunker. Now I feel like all those people did back when they thought the bomb was gonna be droppin’. Just wait for the alarm to sound and duck and cover right?is is real, bro, this is happening. You gotta have a contingency plan. Plus, I got some tasers back here behind the couch, but I’m afraid to try ‘em out until the mud dries. OTHER HEADLINES

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CANNASCOPES : Discover Your Fortune! Aries - Building a research lab in your house was really cool, but hate to break it to you, they've already invented the thermos. Taurus - It's gettin' so crazy 'round here, they could really use a muscular, tough guy like not you. Gemini - e dizziness and butteries in your stomach aren’t signs of revived libido, but rather, an undigestible chimichanga. Cancer - Your momwas thrilled to hear from you on Mother's Day until you let her know it was your one phone call and you needed bail. Leo - Can you believe it? Today’s Wordle is Shut the F up about F’ ing Wordle . Virgo - You may be living in a box, but at least you don't have to deal with that whole "trademark infringement" thing anymore.

Libra - You don't mind being the textbook denition of "Lazy" because at least it means you've accomplished something . Scorpio - You'll realize, aer smooshing crud on your friend's face, that you really don't know how to talk to people anymore. Sagittarius - Your texts already sound stupid enough, but signing them with your name is a really nice touch. Capricorn - If you're trying to weird out everybody by loudly sucking your thumb, it's working like a charm. Aquarius - Fiji might not be the place for you. But it will be the place that you wake up. Pisces - Aer witnessing two people shit themselves mid-conversation, you can nally admit, marathons ain’t your sport.

What Came to Pass News in Brief

Book Ban Crushes Nearly 0% of Bookworms Approximately zero people were outraged last week when a ban was placed on Judy Plume’s Facts: e Book of Real ings , for its “relative- ly palatable” depiction of things that actually happened. e novel, available in a multitude of quick and simple delivery styles from digital to print, may see a dip in library use where restrictions apply. However, this is likely to go unnoticed by the general population, who have turned most libraries into free-range rodent sanctuaries behind locked doors. While controversial, polls show the new rules aect almost 0% of readers, nearly zero of whom showed up for a recent protest. e ban is also seen as symbolic, given that nobody has read a physical book since the late aughts, andmost are merely used for decoration. Plume was irate over the whole ordeal. “It's almost as sad as the royalty checks,” she said. “But that’s why I work at Orange Julius now.”

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HOUSINGOFFERS NOWLISTINGOWNERS BY THE DOZEN

It felt like nding secret treasure. “I was like, if we’re doing it, why aren’t other people doing it?” asks Shawna Monson, a home buyer who recently purchased a house amidst a whirlwind of mortgage madness. ere’s just one catch. Monson’s “secret” trick was a strategy now being employed in metros across the country: She went in on the house with roughly 53 other co-residents. “I’d been outbid over 100 times, and thought about living in an RV,” she says. “at’s when I decided to throw my lot in with dozens of people I’d met at the DMV.”

Shawna Monson (center, standing) celebrates buying a home with 50+ acquaintances.

During a historical housing crunch, exac- erbated by generational shis, and supply chains and employee shortages, prices are shooting higher (420%) than ever before. Al- together it has put the possibility of owning a home completely out of reach, while almost completely limiting mobility. Experts suggest the only solution is to join nances with no less than 37 other buyers. In the hottest real estate markets, bidders now routinely oer around one-million dollars over asking, with nearly everything, including a le testicle, due with oers, which average 1000 in count per listing. “It was under these circumstances that we decided to lock in a 4.20% rate for buyer-groups,” says loan ocer Dana Sacia of Wells Fargo, a lender well-known for its brutally-violent onboarding process. “Disclosures include enslavement of the undersigned’s unborn children. It’s not a great deal, but it’s still bet- ter than most conventional programs.”

“e loan works with anyone from 25 to 60 people; the more, the better,” Sacia says. Although not luxurious by any standards, the resulting living conditions are completely non-luxurious. “We make it work,” Monson claims, now sleeping in the foyer on her mat- tress near some communal plastic furniture. “We’ve had very few issues, other than the septic disaster.” ere are so many people in the current house, that those who congregate in front haven’t even intermingled with those living in the back of the house (the “backers”). Originally a 2-bed 1-bath bungalow, most closets in the house are now bedrooms. e residents reportedly sleep in shis. “We’re makin’ it work, we’re totally succeeding,” Monson says, clutching a slow-burning blunt in shaking hands, “I just wish we knew who keeps taking the toothbrushes.” “Now we just all use each others’ tooth- brushes,” she adds, “It’s pretty gnar.”

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Cannatown News

LOCALMANWARNSNEIGHBORSABOUT "GORGAMORFIN"

An artist's rendering of the vile beast spotted in the west woods, whom some locals have named the "Gorgamorn."

T here’s a slight lilt of unease tonight in the town of Shwaggerton, aer a leaked report sparked a community-wide publicity push to warn residents about a giant, ratty monster spotted lurking in the wooded area to the west. Led by activist and local sasquatch nut Derrick Rickens, the campaign has swept the area, causing local leaders to raise a marginally-heightened alert. Word rst let slip of a “sighting” that had rst gone unreported in local news. But once it was well-known around smaker's circles, reports of other sightings began pouring in. According to the report, an unnamed man was walking his dog in the woods aer smak- ing a gigantic heap of Tangilope, when he he witnessed a glowing monstrous apparition crawling through the trees, shrieking and ominous. e man ran for his house, became lost, then ran through the neighborhood, believing the monster was chasing him. It wasn’t until hours later that he realized the only thing chasing him was his dog.

He later described the ghoul to an artist, whose rendition was printed on posters that Mr. Rickens himself hung across town. Rickens labeled the beast "Gorgamorn" and claims it terrorized his buddy's farm ani- mals. He also "found" tracks up on Budder Hill. “ey’re not like any tracks we’ve ever seen,” admitted Ranger Lydia Jones. “It’s as if someone was carefully stepping atop deer tracks, in size-11 shoes with medium-tread.” “It’s somewhat terrifying to consider,” Jones said. “At least, alone in the dark.” “Aer extensive research, we concluded there likely is no Gorgamorn, and that Rickens is likely mis-referencing the 'De- mogorgon' from Stranger ings ,” the city announced in a press release. Yet, ocials say they are slightly monitoring the situation. “I think we’re all a little high from that haze wax,” added Jones, “so although they’ve mostly ruled out the Gorgamorn, it's proba- bly best to walk in pairs and carry ashlights. Especially when blazed.”

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Bay's BudCruise Runs Ashore 50 FathomsOut

Study concludes CT Poet Laureate used Magnetic Poetry for all renowned works A joint study by Snoxford University English and AI Studies departments suggests that most, if not all of Dankston Hughes' famous pieces were as- sembled by chance from boxes of Magnetic Po- etry. "e poems are a mish-mash of poetic con- cepts bearing no resem- blance to anything," says professor Reshma Gupta. "When we compare the randomly-constructed phrases with collections of Magnetic Poetry found at a nearby yard sale, al- gorithms suggested the writer's greatest works were directly transcribed from his fridge." Industry presents 12th Annual Burned-Out Aer- noon of Junk Food in SwelteringHeat Featuring Local Ga- rage Band Festival It's back, yet again! e local cannabis industry, which employs nearly half of Cannatown's residents, is throwing yet another festival in the sweltering heat this com- ing Sunday aernoon, featuring a local garage band, and a whole series of two competitions, in- cluding the "Most Mer- chandise Buyer" Award.

Passengers of the crashed Bud Bay Cruise loot goods and evacuate simultaneously.

Pandemonium seems to have struck on the east banks of Can- natown Bay. A party cruiseline ship, destined for a joy-ride around the harbor, crashed just moments aer departure in what witnesses described as “a B-line for the rocks.” Although there don’t appear to be any major injuries, it would appear most passengers are leaving the boat now, on their own accord, carrying what nuggetry and novelties they can carry. e Bay Bud Cruise cruise, which operates weekdays out of Cannatown Marina, prom- ises all-you-can-smake bud and dab service as you tour the city waterways. e boat is known for full buets of infused feasts including glazed ham and let mignon. Each passenger’s chair has a built-in hookah hose con- stantly owing with the Durban Poison and other great smake burned in the vessel’s main chambers. A cloud of think vel- vety vapor hangs everywhere;

simply to stand aboard, is to be blazed. It’s unclear, then, how the boat smashed into the shore just mo- ments aer departure. “e captain was just yell- ing, shit, shit! And whirling the wheel all over the place. Nobody really knew who he was, maybe it was his rst day?” reported a crew member seen departing the ship. No one else dressed as captain or crew members have been spotted, although it’s likely they’ve nihilistically blended in with the others, who are cur- rently still looting the ship. e Bud Bay Cruise line is also infamous for its crashing into shore, which happens up to 5 times per week. At 50 fathoms, today’s crash is fairly successful, falling ahead of the bell curve in terms of distance from port. e shortest such crash came last year around this time, when it was accidentally launched in reverse, partially smashing the concrete wall behind it.

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RespondersWorking Triple Shis inMoldy Jelly Donuts Case Emergency personnel are working around the clock aer it was determined that a local shipment of donuts--sold across town, in- cluding to emergency personnel--contained jelly-lled donuts with what appeared to be dark mold spots on their under-carriage. Closer examination suggested that three out of four were contaminated, and what’s more, there were no other jelly-donut distributors within city limits to quickly produce more. “We’re running out of options in a race against time,” said Lieutenant Brenda Morey, down at the precinct. “Terrible day for coee on an empty stomach.” ming” of the very bottom layer, using very sharp knives--but test participants were hurt with self-inicted injuries, all while forfeiting the very safety of the jelly inside. “e only good news we’ve heard, is that the lemon-lled variety are coming back 99% clear," Morey announced later, "but there's not enough to go around by any means.” e bakery responded to calls, saying that the spots were caused during the baking pro- cess, and that the donuts themselves were fresh-made. But not everyone is convinced. “ey’re tiny black spots--very suspect on a donut,” said shopper Tim Litscher, who purchased one such jelly donut before the grocery store recall. “But if there’s a bakery out there who says it’s okay, who am I to ques- tion,” he continued, mouth half-full of pastry. Volunteers called throughout the Can- natown metro, verifying that other donuts looked similar and asking for options. Ex- perts weighed in, recommending a “skim-

City rows Ground-Breaking Ceremony for New Museum Building o the popularity of the Great Cannatown Hole, the city council threw an ocial ground-breaking ceremony for the National Museum of Dirt, Sand and Mud . Set to open in August 2025, the insitution will house some of the most famous clods of soil found worldwide. Unlike other such "dirt" museums, NMDSM will only feature dirt, and not just "dirty items."

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High Art Exhibit: Vibrance! e Cannatown Museum of Very High Art ("Art for the Common Cadet") has a new exhibit just in time for belated-spring. Vi- brance, the "Colors and Visuals of Woah," fea- tures such great artists as Keshawn McGinty, Carrie-Yanda Bemidji-Bolenda-Tryansaydat and others known for their bright works. "We're just so excited to bring everyone a little taste of Woah , the kind of art that just, smacks you across the face and chills hard," said Museum Director Maury Auseng. "Plus, the diveristy and depth of experienced artists is something we almost never achieve on this scale--alot of bud, and genius, went into this collection." "We pretty much walked into our back room and grabbed the brightest, trippiest stu we could nd," he added. Although you'll have to see it in person for the full eects, we've selected a few to preview:

Morning Ears Georgia O'Keef

Although made from a dierent part of her face, "ears" were the rst thing O'Keef saw when she awoke atop her painting.

Sally Rolled the Dice | Carradabbio Although Carradabbio is canon avant- garde, this particular piece is really, really avant-garde in that no one can seem to de- cipher any sort of meaning, not even one.

iTurning Markshon DeactivatorToren-Ton

Most fascinating about this piece, like many of abstractist DeactivatorToren-Ton's later works, is that the objects are meant to represent penguins.

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Nordic Bloom | Pierre R'Gnar Some critics dispute the likeness of the Scandinavian spring R'Gnar was going for, but to be fair, hewas totally ripped to shreds.

Cosas Aburridas | Frida Pakalolo As the name implies, Pakalolo sought to capture the exciting essence of her morn- ing, in which a fuzzy rainbow appeared to extend between half-eaten pieces of fruit.

"Sketch of aingy" Leonardo da Pinchie

e oldest piece of the collection and most valuable by far, Sketch of a ingy has stumped historians for centuries. Is it a bean? Is it a person? So much mystery.

ABumpy Night Vincent Van 'Dro

Years prior to some of his more famous works, Van 'Dro was cropping out the starry night, opting instead for the spiky hills dot- ting the landscape outside the castle walls.

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back at Kishi Bashi's unique arrival. It all began with a burst.... Jack White Fear of the Dawn

Album Notes from Erickson “The Soundtrack to your Chill”

Kishi Bashi 151a

We last received a studio oering from Jack White in 2018, but long before then I gave

Today is a blast from the past, albeit one that is not too distant nor the most likely anniversary to be acknowledged.

up trying to decipher his persona. Intention- ally inscrutable, a man of many opinions but few interviews, the Detroit native seemingly strives to perplex when it comes to all things except his want to rock. And that he contin- ues to do, and succeed, on his own terms with this latest solo LP. Fear of the Dawn is one of those records I nd dicult to write about. Not because it is a masterpiece whose brilliance words fail to convey. Pièce de résistance it is not, although the majority of it is really damn good. It's just a lot to digest. Each listen unveils a new wrinkle of an album that fully personies the low-end guitar ri maestro and his inherent weirdness. As confusing as the man may be, his attentiveness to sonic palette and top- notch production is never in doubt, and here those attributes abound in spades. Aer four years between each of his last two releases, fans won't have to wait long for the next one. Entering Heaven Alive is due in July. It might take me until then to wrap my head around Fear of the Dawn .

His third record, Sonderlust , was featured here shortly aer it was released in 2016. Two years later, we took a break from our regularly scheduled programming to travel back to 2014's Lighght . Now it's time to revisit the opening salvo. Consider this a slow burn in reverse chronological order to cover the opening trifecta, one that stylistically very much feels like a trilogy, of Kaoru Ishibashi's career. Better known as Kishi Bashi, insomuch as he is known at all, April 2012, saw the release of his stellar debut , 151a. e sounds that would become even more developed over the following years were laid clear ten years ago. An unlikely blend of folk/electro/pop from an adept violinist, the underlying trait is one of joy. Upliing, if occasionally campy, it's hard not to feel a sense of exuberance throughout the cinematic tone and arrangements of the native Seattleite's compositions. e 10th Anniversary Edition of 151a comes with the "Demo-arigato Version" of each song, along with two tunes not originally included. More traditional and acoustic in nature, both 2019's Omoiyari and the 2021 EP Emi- grant oer a fascinating study in contrast and demonstrate the range of Ishibashi's abilities and musical vision. If his catalog were played on shue, one might suspect those two most recent eorts marked the beginning of his career. Instead, as he enters his second decade as a recording artist, it's well worth a look

Wet Leg Wet Leg

"Wet Leg is an amalgamation of 90's alternative, a little Rubblebuck- et, and a skosh of Sleaford Mods"

is not a sentence I anticipated putting into existence. Yet, here we are. And there it is.

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Recipes from Cousin D

e Dankest Doughnuts If you’ve got some time to kill, then why not try your hand at life's penultimate cuisine: homemade donuts! ere’s a lot of waiting between steps, but time ies when you bake . Ingredients e dough 10 tsp or 4 packets of active dry yeast 14 cups our 2 and 1/2 cups whole milk 4 cups sugar 12 eggs 3 Sticks butter salted (or add 6 tsp salt if not) Oil - for frying Powdered sugar - for dusting e “party” cream lling 2 and 1/2 cups whole milk 3/4 cup sugar 1/4 cup corn syrup w/ 1000mg active THC 8 egg yolks 2 capfuls of vanilla or almond extract. 3/4 cup heavy cream 1/2 cup our Directions Start by making the cream. In a medium bowl whisk the egg yolks and set aside. In another smaller bowl mix the our, sugar and salt. Slowly whisk the dry into the egg until it makes a batter texture of sorts. Set mix aside. Heat milk on medium until you see bub- bles form round the edge. Remove from heat and very slowly add to the egg mix whisking constantly until well-incorporated. Return to heat and continue to whisk until it starts to boil and thicken. Remove from heat immediately when you feel it thicken, and incorporate the infused corn syrup. Place in fridge to cool completely for 2 to 4 hours. Whip the heavy cream and vanilla until you have sti peaks. Fold into the cooled cream and place back into the fridge until you need it. Now to the dough. I’m a big fan of washing your hands and just getting in there. In a large bowl allow the whole milk to come to

room temperature and dissolve the yeast in it for a few minutes. Mix in the our, sugar and eggs until everything comes together. It will still be sticky and slimy at this stage. Add the three sticks of room temperature butter (this is where working by hand works best). When you’ve got a fully-mixed dough ball, cover the bowl with plastic wrap and place in the fridge for a few hours (I le mine for six). It will continue to rise. Prepare either a large surface or sev- eral trays with owered parchment paper. Remove the dough from the fridge and start pulling small chunks about the size of a cutie orange, rolling in your hands with additional our as needed. Make small, at circles and place them on parchment paper. Allow time to rise and double in size. Using a large fry pan or deep side electric skillet, heat oil for frying to 350 degrees. I found approximately 2 minutes per side of the dough chunks gave them the best golden color. Remove aer frying and dry on paper towels to soak up some of the oil. Cool completely before lling with the cream (you may have extra depending on how much you ll them). You can also use jelly to ll some for a fruit-and cream taste. Finish by tossing in powdered sugar for the ultimate mouthwatering presentation. Divided perfectly, makes 40 at 25mg each.

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BOGO on select items 10% o order MEd only BOGO up to 1/8 of ower BOGO free item 15% o order Spend $100 (pre-tax) and receive any one house brand product, free BOGO on ALL Regions extracts Limit one Spend $100 (pre-tax) and receive any one house brand product $9 grams, $30 1/8, $60 1/4 on ALL ower BOGO on select items 50% of rst 1/8 of ower 25% o ower, wax, edibles 50% o Ilava products BOGO Gram, 1/8th Regular Flower 1/4 oz Regular Flower BOGO 22$ 1/8 or Free 100g edible $10 o $35 1/8 or $20 o 2 $35 1/8 BOGO free item Free gram with purchase 25% o order or 50% o Ilava products up to $200 20% O your rst visit up to $500 50% o 1/8 of ower or 25% o order BOGO up to 1/4oz of ower and 2g in house concentrates

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Sun City

BOGO free item BOGO free item BOGO 1/8 of ower Spend $100 (pre-tax) and receive your any one house brand product, free

Tempe

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Tucson

Green/Purple Med Harvest of Tucson

So. AZ Integrated erapies e Downtown Dispensary

e Green Halo e Prime Leaf Curaleaf

Youngtown

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Arizona Natural Concepts Curaleaf - S Hamilton Pl Curaleaf - W Union Hills Dr Curaleaf - N 91st Ave

Lake Pleasant Regional Park

Curaleaf - S 41st Pl

Curaleaf - E Camelback Rd

Curaleaf - N 19th Ave

Curaleaf - N 83rd Ave Curaleaf - N Central Ave

8

303

9

60

Curaleaf - S Central Ave

10

Curaleaf - S 48th St

11

12

Curaleaf - Jordan Rd

14

Curaleaf - W Michigan Ave

13

3

27

35

14 15 16

Debbie's - Lake Pleasant

30

Debbie's - 27th Ave

Health For Life - McDowell

White Tank Mountain Regional Park

13

31

17

Health For Life - 89th

4

18

Health For Life - Apache Health For Life - Cave Creek

19

20 Hana

GLENDALE

21 22 23

Nirvana Center - W. Apache Trail Nirvana Center - N 35th Ave Nirvana Center - N 75th Ave Nirvana Center - Prescott Nirvana Center - S Hardy Dr

23

8

29

24

25

Oasis - Weber

26

202

Oasis - Bell

27

Estrella Mountain Regional Park

28

Oasis - Arizona Ave

The Superior Dispensary

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SMOKE SHOPS

Jabz Smoke Shop

30

Mojo Smoke Palace - W Olive Ave

31

Mojo Smoke Palace - N Mesa Dr

32

Mojo Smoke Palace - N Country Dr

33

89A

Mojo Smoke Palace - E Indian Rd

34

12

Spaceman & Bongs

35

The Smoker’s Edge

36

Trails

37

CLUBS

SEDONA

89A

Flight 420 Lounge

38

Tonto National Forest

16

LYNX LAKE ESTATES

NEW RIVER

PRESCOTT EAST

1

24

69

17

15

19

7

34

6

37

202

38

9

32

33

5

22

18

25

21

10 11

20

60

PHOENIX

101

2

South Mountain Park & Preserve

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17

26

10

28

347

36

MARICOPA

DISPENSARIES 1 2 3 4

Santa Catalina Natural Area

Hana Curaleaf D2 Dispensary The Downtown Dispensary The Prime Leaf - Speedway The Prime Leaf - Park

5 6

4

Casas Adobes

DOCTORS

7

Tumbleweeds Health Center

Catalina Foothills

2

77

4 6

3 5

2 4

Tucson

10

7

1 3

Tucson Mountain Park

South Tucson

210

86

Davis-Monthan Air Force Space

19

19

Drexel Heights 1

Drexel Heights

10

Green Valley

Tucson International Airport

19

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APACHE JUNCTION Nature’s Wonder Dispensary 260 W Apache Trail Dr...... Apache Junction 480-982-1529 NIRVANA CENTER 1985 W. Apache Trail STE 4...... Apache Junction 480-935-1090 see ad on page 54 Harvest of Avondale 3828 S Vermeersch Rd............................... Avondale 623-792-5032 Green Farmacy 1191 S Naco Hwy.................................................... Bisbee 520-686-8708 DEBBIE’S DISPENSARY 3550 North Ln. STE 110 ................. Bullhead City 833-332-2437 see ad on inside front cover - cannasavers page 67 Harvest of Casa Grande 1860 E Salk Dr Ste B1.................. Casa Grande 520-350-9880 Cave Creek Cannabis 6812 E Cave Creek Rd STE 3.............. Cave Creek 480-488-2979 Harvest of Chandler 13433 E. Chandler Blvd. Ste A & B ............. Chandler 480-439-7771 OASIS CANNABIS (N. Chandler) 17006 S Weber Dr ........ Chandler 480-626-7333 (S. Chandler) 26427 S Arizona Ave ..... Chandler 602-903-3665 see ad on inside back cover - cannasavers page 73 Sticky Saguaro 12338 E Riggs Rd ............................................... Chandler 602-644-9188 Territory Dispensary 7200 W Chandler Blvd #7........................... Chandler 480-636-8032 Arizona MMJ Trading Company 1302 W Industrial Dr BLDG 7 ... Coolidge 520-723-7710 Harvest 675 E SR 89A............................................................... Cottonwood 928-634-5233 Harvest of Cottonwood 2400 E SR 89A .................................. Cottonwood 928-634-5233 Arizona Cannabis Society 8376 N El Mirage Rd BLDG 2, STE 2 ................................ El Mirage 888-249-2927 WAM 12550 W Thunderbird Rd STE 114B .................................... El Mirage 623-478-2233 GREENPHARMS Dispensary 7121 N HWY 89............................. Flagstaff 928-522-6337 High Mountain Health 1250 S Plaza Way STE A.................................................... Flagstaff 928-774-5467 Noble Herb 460 N Switzer Canyon Dr STE 100............................. Flagstaff 928-351-7775 Nature’s Medicines 16913 E Enterprise Dr ........................... Fountain Hills 480-420-3135 CURALEAF 175 S Hamilton Pl Bldg 4 Ste 110............ Gilbert 480-361-0078 see ad on page 26 - cannasavers page 63 Arizona Organix 5301 W Glendale Ave ........................................ Glendale 623-937-2752 CURALEAF 8160 W Union Hills Dr STE A106 ......... Glendale 623-385-1310 see ad on page 26 - cannasavers page 63 Harvest of Glendale 13631 N 59th Ave ........................................ Glendale 480-531-1172 Nature’s Medicines 6840 Grand Ave. ........................................... Glendale 602-642-6600 GLENDALE Including Chandler, El Mirage, Flagstaff, Glendale, Goodyear, Kingman, Mesa, Payson, Phoenix, Prescott, Scottsdale, Tempe, & Tucson Also Apache Junction, Avondale, Bisbee, Bullhead City, Casa Grande, Cave Creek, Coolidge, Cottonwood, Fountain Hills, Gilbert, Green Valley, Guadalupe Lake Havasu, New River, Oracle, Peoria, Queen Creek, Safford, Sedona, Show Low, Sun City, Taylor, Tolleson, Youngtown & Yuma Every attempt has been made to insure the accuracy of these listings and their inclusion. CANNAPAGES.COM does not accept responsibility or liability for any omissions or errors in your listing. For changes in your listing (name, address and telephone nunber), please contact us directly at 720-339-2259 or email info@cannapages.com. For complete & searchable Arizona dispensary listings visit www.cannapages.com RECREATIONAL + MEDICAL MEDICAL KEY:

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OASIS CANNABIS (Glendale) 6676 W Bell Rd. ................. Glendale 623-295-1788 see ad on inside back cover - cannasavers page 73 Ponderosa Releaf 9240 W Northern Ave STE 103B .................... Glendale 623-877-3934 Reef Dispensaries 5558 W Bell Rd .............................................. Glendale 602-535-0999 Valley of the Sun Medical Dispensary 16200 W Eddie Albert Way................................................ Goodyear 623-932-3859 HANA 1732 W Commerce Point Pl ........... Green Valley 520-289-8030 see ad on page 55 - cannasavers page 69 The Mint Dispensary 5210 S Priest Dr ...................................... Guadalupe 480-749-6468 Medusa Farms 3358 E Andy Devine Ave Unit A ............................ Kingman 928-421-0020 Farm Fresh Medical Marijuana Dispensary 790 N Lake Havasu Ave ............................................... Lake Havasu 928-733-6339 Harvest of Havasu 1691 Industrial Blvd........................... Lake Havasu City 928-453-9333 Arizona Natural Selections 938 E Juanita Ave .................................. Mesa 480-272-9888 Best Dispensary 1962 N Higley Rd. ................................................... Mesa 623-264-2378 GREENPHARMS Dispensary 7235 E Hampton Ave, Bldg 2 STE 115 Mesa 480-410-6705 Harvest of Mesa 1150 W McLellan Rd................................................ Mesa 480-561-0388 HEALTH FOR LIFE 5550 E Mcdowell Rd STE 103B ................ Mesa 480-830-8251 7343 S 89th Pl ........................................... Mesa 480-888-0247 9949 E Apache Tr ...................................... Mesa 480-400-1170 see ad on page 90 - cannasavers page 71 Kind Meds Inc 2152 S Vineyard St STE 120 ...................................... Mesa 480-686-9302 Nova Dispensary 1911 W Broadway Rd #23...................................... Mesa 480-912-4444 Territory Dispensary 5409 S. Power Rd .................................................................... Mesa 480-307-6880 550 W McKellips Rd ................................................................. Mesa 480-581-4010 The Flower Shop 5205 E University Dr............................................... Mesa 480-500-5054 The Good Dispensary 1842 W Broadway Rd .................................... Mesa 480-900-8042 The Mint Dispensary 330 E Southern Ave #37 .................................. Mesa 480-749-6468

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PHOENIX

Tru Bliss 6844 E Parkway Norte ......................................................... Mesa 480-325-5000 Jars Cannabis 46639 N Black Canyon Hwy 1.......................................... New River 623-936-9333 Untamed Herbs 200 N. Tonto St. ..................................................... Payson 928-474-2420 Arizona Natural Selections 9275 W Peoria Ave #3 ......................... Peoria 623-878-5954 CURALEAF 8970 N 91st Ave ...................................... Peoria 623-233-1010 see ad on page 26 - cannasavers page 63 DEBBIE’S DISPENSARY 20340 N. Lake Pleasant Rd. .................... Peoria 833-332-2437 see ad on inside front cover - cannasavers page 67 ARIZONA NATURAL CONCEPTS 1039 E Carefree Hwy STE B & D .......... Phoenix 602-224-5999 see ad on page 56 - cannasavers page 61 CURALEAF 14 S 41st Pl ........................................... Phoenix 602-396-5757 1040 E Camelback Rd STE A................ Phoenix 602-354-3094 17201 N 19th Ave .................................. Phoenix 602-388-4400 2175 N 83rd Ave .................................... Phoenix 623-244-5349 2918 N Central Ave................................ Phoenix 888-749-7668 3333 S Central Ave................................ Phoenix 480-739-0366 see ad on page 26 - cannasavers page 63 DEBBIE’S DISPENSARY 20224 North 27th Ave. ........................... Phoenix 833-332-2437 see ad on inside front cover - cannasavers page 67 Emerald 4244 W Dunlap Rd STE 1 ................................................. Phoenix 623-271-6065 Giving Tree Dispensary 701 W Union Hills Dr ............................................................ Phoenix 623-254-4711 Green Goods 22041 N 23rd Ave ..................................................... Phoenix 623-582-0436

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HANA 1732 W Duval Commerce Point Pl ........ Phoenix 602-491-0420 see ad on page 55 - cannasavers page 69 Harvest HOC of Phoenix 2630 W Indian School Rd ...................... Phoenix 480-209-1804 Harvest of Phoenix 2017 W Peoria Ave ......................................... Phoenix 602-641-3610 HEALTH FOR LIFE 21035 N Cave Creek Rd........................ Phoenix 602-842-5790 see ad on page 90 - cannasavers page 71 Herbal Wellness Center 4126 W Indian School Rd..................................................... Phoenix 602-635-3502 1720 E. Deer Valley Rd ........................................................ Phoenix 602-877-0211 Jars Cannabis 10040 N Metro Pkwy W........................................................ Phoenix 602-870-8700 2424 S 24th St...................................................................... Phoenix 602-675-6999 Local Joint 4201 E University Dr..................................................... Phoenix 602-437-1645 Marigold 2601 W Dunlap Ave #18................................................... Phoenix 833-768-4357 MuV Dispensary 12620 N Cave Creek Rd STE 1 ........................................... Phoenix 602-358-8771 Nature’s Medicines 24905 N 7th Ave ................................................................... Phoenix 623-516-7881 2439 W Mcdowell Rd............................................................ Phoenix 480-420-3145 NIRVANA CENTER 2 N 35th Ave .......................................... Phoenix 602-730-3236 2330 N 75th Ave. Ste 111 ..................... Phoenix 602-786-7988 see ad on page 54 Phoenix Relief Center 6330 S 35th Ave STE 104 .......................... Phoenix 602-276-3401 Sunday Goods 1616 E Glendale Ave. ............................................ Phoenix 480-581-5149 Sunnyside Cannabis Dispensary 2620 W Encanto Blvd .............. Phoenix 602-649-0132 The Flower Shop 10827 S 51st St .................................................................... Phoenix 480-350-7624 3155 E Mcdowell Rd STE 2.................................................. Phoenix 602-812-4695 The Mint Dispensary 17036 N Cave Creek Rd .............................. Phoenix 480-749-6468

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TEMPE

THE SUPERIOR DISPENSARY 211 S 57th Dr ......................................... Phoenix 602-926-9100 see ad on page 29 - cannasavers page 77 TruMed Premier Dispensary 1613 N 40th St ................................. Phoenix 602-275-1279 YiLo Superstore 2841 W Thunderbird Rd ....................................................... Phoenix 602-539-2828 4456 E Thomas Rd............................................................... Phoenix 602-633-3280 NIRVANA CENTER 6287 E Copper Hill Dr ............................ Prescott 928-227-2441 see ad on page 54 SWC Dispensary 123 Merrit St ....................................................... Prescott 928-778-5900 Reef Dispensaries 18423 E San Tan Blvd #1........................ Queen Creek 480-550-9121 Natural Remedy Patient Center 1362 W Thatcher Blvd ................. Safford 928-432-6959 Arizona Natural Selections 7320 E Butherus Dr STE 100 ........ Scottsdale 480-575-1245 Harvest of Scottsdale 15190 N Hayden Rd ............................... Scottsdale 480-948-3737 MedMen 8729 E Manzanita Dr .................................................... Scottsdale 480-991-3752 Sol Flower Wellness Center 14980 N 78th Way STE 204......... Scottsdale 480-420-3300 CURALEAF 465 Jordan Rd ........................................ Sedona 928-282-8122 see ad on page 26 - cannasavers page 63 Green Hills Patient Center 3191 S White Mountain Rd STE A.................................... Show Low 928-537-4888 All Greens Dispensary 10032 W Bell Rd STE 100 ....................... Sun City 623-214-0801 Sol Flower Wellness Center 13650 N 99th Ave............................ Sun City 623-246-8080 White Mountain Health Center 9420 W Bell Rd STE 108 ............ Sun City 623-374-4141 Kompo 600 S Centennial Blvd............................................................ Taylor 928-536-5151 Cannabist 520 S Price Rd STE 1 & 2................................................ Tempe 480-245-6751 Harvest of Baseline 1821 W Baseline Rd ........................................ Tempe 623-404-1420 Harvest of Tempe 710 W Elliot Rd #102........................................... Tempe 480-777-2100 NIRVANA CENTER 2715 S Hardy Dr ...................................... Tempe 480-378-6917 see ad on page 54

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YUMA

Sol Flower Wellness Center 2424 W University Dr.............................................................. Tempe 480-664-2017 1322 N McClintock ................................................................. Tempe 480-795-6363 The Phoenix Dispensary 9897 W McDowell Rd #720 ................. Tolleson 480-420-0377 Botanica 6205 N Travel Center Dr ................................................... Tucson 520-395-0230 CURALEAF 4695 N Oracle Rd STE 117 .................... Tucson 520-293-3315 see ad on page 26 - cannasavers page 63 D2 DISPENSARY 7105 E 22nd St ....................................... Tucson 520-214-3232 see ad on page 30 - cannasavers page 65 Desert Bloom Re-Leaf Center 8060 E 22nd St STE 108................ Tucson 520-886-1760 Earth’s Healing 2075 E Benson HWY............................................................. Tucson 520-373-5779 78 W River Road ................................................................... Tucson 520-395-1432 Green Med Wellness Center 6464 E Tanque Verde Rd.................. Tucson 520-886-2484 Harvest of Tucson 2734 E Grant Rd................................................ Tucson 520-314-9420 Nature Med 5390 W INA Rd ............................................................. Tucson 520-620-9123 Purple Med Healing Center 1010 S Fwy STE 130.......................... Tucson 520-398-7338 Southern Arizona Integrated Therapies 112 S Kolb Rd ................ Tucson 520-886-1003 THE DOWNTOWN DISPENSARY 221 E 6th St STE 105 ............................. Tucson 520-838-0492 see ad on page 30 - cannasavers page 75 The Green Halo 7710 S Wilmot Rd .................................................. Tucson 520-664-2251 THE PRIME LEAF 4220 E Speedway Blvd........................... Tucson 520-447-7463 1525 N Park Ave..................................... Tucson 520-447-7463 see ad on back cover - cannasavers page 59 CURALEAF 11200 W Michigan Ave STE 5 ........... Youngtown 623-444-5977 see ad on page 26 - cannasavers page 63 Jamestown Center 4340 E 32nd St................................................... Yuma 928-344-1735

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FLIGHT 420 LOUNGE 3123 E. Thomas Rd. .............................. Phoenix 602-492-3848 check us out on IG! @azfli.ght420

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