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This “Drag Race” Alum Just Made Electoral History in San Francisco

Honey Mahogany, a San Francisco-based drag performer and transgender activist, was recently elected to the San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee (SFDCCC). Mahogany is known worldwide for her appearance on Season 5 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, but she’s also a staple in her local LGBTQ community. Her historic win makes her the first black transgender woman to be elected to public office in her city, and the state of California.

The African Origins of Cannabis Culture and How It Got to the U.S.

Did you know that the roots of today's cannabis culture can be traced back to the African continent from hundreds of years ago? According to Dr. Chris Duvall, author of The African Roots of Marijuana, the forgotten history of global cannabis culture continues to have contemporary influence. “Africa is ignored in the collective historical narrative," Duvall writes. "More important, the nonportrayal of Africa intellectually justifies notions that drug use is a racially determined behavior. The co

Our Favorite Vegetarian Restaurants in Albuquerque

Above: The Acre always puts freshness first. Photograph courtesy of The Acre. I am a vegetarian and I know full well that finding satisfying plant-based food is not straightforward. It’s taken some time, but I’ve sorted through plenty of tasteless offerings to present the best vegetarian eats in Albuquerque. An Hy Quan Vegetarian Restaurant An Hy Quan is an unassuming family-run restaurant in the foothills that offers meatless Vietnamese food. My favorites are the Vietnamese-style BBQ plate,

This Must Be the Place

I stepped inside of El Rey Liquors, in downtown Albuquerque, thinking, Is this right? I saw no signs and heard no hubbub. But when I saw a man seated on a stool near a freezer in the back, I thought, This must be the place. I said the password and, next thing I knew, the freezer door opened to reveal a secret staircase in place of the expected tower of six-packs. Founders Speakeasy was at the end of the stairs. I sidled up and ordered a New Mexico Old-Fashioned made with Taos Lightning bourbon.

Places We Love: Storylab Interactive

Above: From yoga to interactive dining, AR experiences range from $10 to $150. Photograph by Josh Lane. Visualize stepping inside your imagination. You can do just that at Storylab—a vacant space on Central Avenue in Albuquerque that can be digitally transformed into any environment, real or surreal. It’s called “projected augmented reality,” and no one else in Albuquerque is doing it. What happens at Storylab? The company hosts interactive fine-dining experiences with themes that range from b

These Three Friends Published Their Real Text Therapy Sessions in an Insightful Look Into Mental Health Care

What if your secrets—perhaps, secrets you told a therapist—were published on the internet for everyone to read? That is exactly what three artists and friends are doing through their project Friends with Secrets. Friends with Secrets is a project created by three friends—Robyn Kanner, co-founder of MyTransHealth and former designer at Amazon; Timothy Goodman a designer who has created art for companies like Apple and Airbnb; and Akila Hughes a comedian and writer featured in projects for MTV an

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