May 5, 2019
Weekly Newsletter #18: Talk About a Short Week
Woodsy WalkSource: Woodsy Walk 03 | Penelope Peru Photography P³
With the release of yet another issue that totaled over 100 pages and finals next week, this was a bit of a short week for The Burgundy Zine.
Then, we transitioned from April’s theme of cannabis to May’s theme of culture with a look at cannabis culture from the 20th century onwards.
Finally, we took a moment to appreciate the highlights from April on P³.
Going forward, you can expect The Burgundy Zine to start dropping content like it’s hot again.
In addition to the monthly and weekly newsletter released today, XtaSeay and I will also release our Strain of the Week. We will also be featuring an essay by PA Purnell about ethnicity, nationality, and identity.
Later this week, keep your eyes peeled for coverage of Herbology’s grand opening in Morton, Pa.
(P/S: Happy Cinco de Mayo!)
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