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Enjoy Up to 25 Percent Off Bug’s Art Shop

With just seven days left until Christmas, editor Burgundy Bug is spreading the joy this holiday season with up to 25 percent off of her art shop now through Dec. 31.

All of her holiday stickers and postcards are 15 percent off and orders over $40.00 are eligible for an additional 25 percent off with free shipping!

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Pennsylvania Welcomes Select into their Medical Marijuana Market

Pennsylvania recently welcomed Select, Curaleaf’s award-winning line of cannabis oil products, into its medical marijuana market — which is currently home to over 100,000 patients, according to PA Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration.

PA medical marijuana patients now have the chance to try Select Elite Live oil cartridges. Select Elite cartridges and Select Elite Ratio Drops are not yet available but will be available at PA dispensaries soon, as well.

Last week, we spoke to Curaleaf Head of Education Griffin Ward to learn more about Select’s products, the Curaleaf brand, and Curaleaf’s acquisition of Grassroots.

We also had the opportunity to ask Select’s PA team about their growing and manufacturing processes.

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The Burgundy Zine Celebrates its Two-Year Anniversary

That’s why they call us The BZ, we’re back, we’re back… Well, sort of.

It’s been about two and a half months since we’ve gone on hiatus, but we wanted to stop in and wish our community a happy two-year anniversary.

Plus, we’ve got some pretty exciting news to share.

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An Abbreviated History of Neuroscience

Ah, neuroscience, the study of the squishy, slimy, three-pound computer that rests between our ears. Although the brain is the most complex organ in the body (or as a Trends in Cognitive Sciences Journal review aptly put it, “one of the most complex multicellular structures in biology”), neuroscience itself is only a mere 55 years old.

That’s right — the study of the brain, this omnipotent, protein and fat blob of soft tissue, is probably much younger than your grandparents.

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Bug’s Philosophy: Adulthood

As of today, I have legally been an adult for two years — but it wasn’t until recently that I finally began to feel like an adult.

Despite being a junior in college, working multiple jobs, paying taxes, taking public transportation into the city on my own (gasp), living with my partner, having six credit cards, and a number of other things, I still felt very much as if I was waiting for some anime-esque magical girl transformation into adulthood.

So… when was that defining moment? Was a Descartesian descent into quarantine madness and introspection?

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The Need to Breathe For Creativity

Inspiration can strike at any time — but as Winnie the Pooh put it, “doing nothing often leads to the very best of something.”

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