Hit This: The Leafly Weekly Agenda for Sept. 10-16
Over the weekend, former President Barack Obama reminisced about hotboxing Disneyland gondolas while Michiganians partied with the Juggalos. Now what? Spark some Maui Wowie, cop those new Yeezies, and tuck into a new season of dark animated comedy Bojack Horseman—among the best of the week ahead. Here’s “Hit This,” Leafly’s pop cannabis round-up.
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To Do List
Cannabis Farmer’s Almanac — Outdoors, double-check watering for thirsty flowering plants. Supplement flowering with P and K nutrients as needed. Avoid lockout. Trellis for wind. Kill pests. Prune. Estimate harvest time and update schedule. Indoors, revisit sanitation protocols before your winter crop.
TV — Wednesday: A popular anthology series returns to FX with “American Horror Story: Apocalypse.” Friday: Comedian Will Arnett reprises his animated role as a struggling actor in season 5 of “Bojack Horseman” on Netflix; an underrated SNL alum takes a turn as a talk show host in “Norm MacDonald Has a Show” on Netflix. Sunday: Season 3 of Showtime’s docuseries “The Circus” provides insight on the current abnormal political climate.
Film — Matthew McConaughey stars in the historical set piece “White Boy Rick” detailing the 1980s Detroit crack epidemic; the celebrated film creature and villain “The Predator” gets another reboot, now set in a small-town suburb; Chloë Sevigny and Kristen Stewart star in “Lizzie” to tell the story of notorious axe murderer Lizzie Borden.
Music — The electronic virtuoso Richard James reprises his Aphex Twin alter ego with his latest EP, Collapse; the Bay Area’s hip-hop fixture Lyrics Born celebrates his landmark 10th album, Quite A Life; stoner icon Willie Nelson tributes Frank Sinatra on the cover album, My Way.
Sports — Monday Night Football is finally back. Start the week off with the New York Jets visiting the Detroit Lions, followed by an intrastate rivalry between the Los Angeles Rams and Oakland Raiders.
Fashion — Check out next year’s trends now as top designers show off at New York Fashion Week; fans of Adidas and Kanye West’s massively hyped Yeezy collaboration will get another chance at copping the popular Yeezy Boost 700 on Sept. 15.
Events — Take part in New England’s cannabis revolution at the Boston Freedom Rally Sept. 14-16; San Diego’s KAABOO Festival touts headliners Foo Fighters, Imagine Dragons, and Katy Perry on Sept. 14-16; this year’s Riot Fest brings Weezer, Beck, and Run the Jewels to Chicago Sept. 14-16.
Weekend In Brief
President Obama admitted that as a teen he got kicked out of Disneyland for smoking something. Ohio missed its Saturday deadline to begin supplying medical cannabis to patients in that state. The cannabis use rate among Baby Boomers may have doubled in the last seven years. Calls for more federal cannabis research have not resulted in much, the Wall Street Journal concluded. And legal trimmers make a measly $12.25 per hour, a new employment survey found.
Well, everybody rapping like it’s a commercial/
Actin’ like life is a big commercial/
So this is what I’ve got to say to you all/
Be true to yourself and you will never fall
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