Interviews with people you know, love, or will come to know and love.

Abena Boamah-Acheampong

The beauty entrepreneur on cannabis in Ghana, building around Black women, and the cost of sustainability.

Katja Blichfeld

The co-creator of High Maintenance on burning bridges, bonding through weed, and leaving lives behind.

Laganja Estranja

On the beauty of drag, dabbing, and the LGBTQAI+ influence on cannabis.

Kirby Howell-Baptiste

The TV star on dropping out of drama school, diversity in Hollywood, and hanging out at Dave & Buster’s.

Kika Keith

The Gorilla Rx owner on cannabis politics, the Mayor of London, and running a community-first business.

Kenisha White

The Rage & Release co-founder on running high, culinary matchmaking, and the power of mushrooms.

Kate Young

Fashion’s most in-demand stylist on Gen X, LSD, and why L.L.Bean is a national treasure.

Julia Jacobson

The Aster Farms co-founder on old-school farming, working with your husband, and strains for migraines.

Julia Bainbridge

The writer on the rise of non-alcoholic drinks, cannabis rituals, and her relationship with relationships.

John Paul Brammer

The writer on advice columns, the need for options, and (maybe) seeing rainbow waves.


The singer on finding comfort in creativity, the culture of cannabis in music, and re-connecting to her voice.

John Jannuzzi

The fashion creative on losing weight for spite, building a cookie brand, and the magic of Renaissance Man.

Jessy Hodges

The actress on Michigan pride, Broadway pay, and smoking with parents.

Jess Jackson

The Common Citizen Director on learning to love her size, equity in cannabis, and generational wealth.

Jess Hannah Révész

The jewelry designer on bedtime edibles, balancing one’s brain, and why no one really needs gold.

Jess Damuck

The Salad Freak author on cooking for Martha, smoking with Snoop Dogg, and growing up on Shelter Island.

Jenn Tardif

The founder of 3rd Ritual on synesthesia, the quietude of weed, and how medium is the new big.

Jason Stewart

The podcast host on bad interviews, super stoney home-cooked meals, and why DJing is a young person’s game.

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