For those who couldn’t kick of the feel good festivities this 4/20 weekend with our how to make dumplings class last night (I mean, what better leftovers for that munchie fix amiright?!), we’re certain you’ll be able to root out some spots to satisfy your CBD cravings.
To make the most of your blissed out, peace promoting state, consider stopping by the Pen America World Voices Festival: Resist and Reimagine, where speakers such as Roxanne Gay and Hilary Clinton work to bring people together during this time of great division. (For those looking for a slightly less cerebral high, you can always check out the fabulous Cheech and Chong)
So, whether you’re chilling with your crew or or relaxing solo with your comforter and CBD sundae, we wish you a healthy and happy 4/20 of the highest quality.
WHAT WE’RE GROOVING TO
Janelle Monáe’s latest and perhaps loves album “Dirty Computer”
THE FOOD HISTORY WE’RE CELEBRATING
That of our nearby Park Slope Food Coop, the most infamous (and arguable greatest) socialist grocery utopia in the country
THE MANTRA WE’RE MAKING OUR OWN
WHAT WE'RE SIPPING ON
Gwynnie's Spring-y CBD Julep
THE BOOK WE’LL BE CURLED UP WITH
WHERE WE’LL WORK TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
At Earth Day Shore Fest in Astoria Park this Sunday, showcasing live music, dance performances and environmental education in celebration of Earth Day.
OUR TOP SPOTS FOR EXISTENTIAL EATS
THE CREATIVES WE’RE CHAMPIONING
The remaining downtown dreamers from the 80’s iconic Soho art scene
THE COMMUNITY CONCEPT WE’RE TOTALLY BEHIND
Wifey BK, the collaborative Flatbush space uniting artists, brewers and butter makers alike.
WHERE WE’LL BE SPRING CLEANING
THE DOCUMENTARY WE’RE GATHERING OUR GIRL SQUAD FOR
THE FESTIVAL WE CAN’T WAIT FOR
The upcoming Wall Street Journal hosted "The Future of Everything", where innovators and game changers across industries from food to wellness to artificial intelligence, will gather in NYC to discuss change and how to make it in 2018 and beyond
T H E C O O K S P A C E C R E W