T.A. BREEDLOVE HAS AN EMBEDDED LOVE FOR THE CIRCLE CITY. FOR DECADES, HE HAS IMMERSED HIMSELF IN INDIANAPOLIS’ URBAN CULTURE, THE PEOPLE AND THE CITY’S VIBRANCY. GROWING UP IN THE ’80S SKATEBOARD SCENE, HE RETIRED HIS BOARD AT 35 . . . OR, SO HE THOUGHT. WITH A CAMERA, WE GET TO EXPERIENCE LIFE IN THE CITY FROM A “BOARD’S EYE VIEW.”
Episode 3: Indiana Canabis Awards 2019
I can’t think of another issue that has the power to bring together a more diverse group in Indiana than the cannabis legalization movement. I’m not just talking about the old and young, brown and white, straight and gay, or urban and rural. I’m talking about a diversity of politics and parties ranging from progressive to conservative, including democrats and republicans. Smack dab in the middle of them all is libertarian activist and Grand Poobah of the First Church of Cannabis, Bill Levin. His invitation to cover the awards show at the Vogue was a great opportunity to see Indiana’s distinguished diversity in action, and meet some of the people working together to educate Indiana communities about CBD.
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420 in Indy 2018