Sensi Magazine May 2018 - Boston Digital Edition
May 01, 2018 06:58AM ● Published by Amber Orvik
YES YOU MAY
YOU WOULDN’T KNOW IT BY THE TENOR OF THE WEATHER, CONSIDERING IN LATE APRIL WE WERE STILL SEEING SNOW SHOWERS AND THE ASHEN SKIES OF DEEP WINTER, BUT SPRING IS ACTUALLY, LEGITIMATELY HERE. WITH IT ARISES THE NATURAL DESIRE TO EMBRACE THE SEASONAL EQUINOX AND ALL THAT MEANS FOR EXPEDITIONS AND SOJOURNS IN THE ADOLESCENT DAYS OF THE NEW YEAR.
That could mean everything from escapes to the elsewhere places of the world to weekend jaunts to the Cape. Or treks through the natural wonderment of the Green and White Mountains stretching through Vermont and New Hampshire, or getting lost for a weekend in Maine’s Acadia National Park. A week eating street food in China. Or just watching your cousin’s beach house in Rhode Island because he has a nice hot tub. All applicable here.
We’re assuming that you, dear reader, don’t need a tutorial on how one of these kinds of issues may read, or what it will contain. A breezy pass or a dedicated cover-to-cover full read of the mag will contain what lifestyle publications pushing a travel-themed package your way are wont to push. “Go here, eat this, buy this, try this place out, use this on the go, know about this place” and so on. You know the drill.
But in addition to that, there are ample nationally facing cannabis-culture-related stories. On the local front, take special note of the rise of CBD products around the Hub (especially if you have chronic pain and discomfort or if you just like dosed hot sauce made in Massachusetts). Also note our profile of the “suit guy” for the Super Bowl-winning members of the New England Patriots and the jet-setting class alike. There’s also a story about the fact that while you weren’t looking, Quincy—yes, Quincy—is becoming a gastronomic glory zone thanks to the recent renaissance in the City of Presidents.
So for those on the hunt for a print magazine aiming to be a new go-to for fusing the good-life-well-lived for the cannabis curious and the cannabis pro alike, or just for locals housing a thing for kicking up the Big Fun, in the mantra of the swag flush duo of Tom and Donna from Parks and Recreation’s “treat yo’self” sense, enjoy the May issue with your favorite strain of the good stuff that makes life worth it. Whatever you consider that to be.
Dan McCarthy // MANAGING EDITOR - SENSI BOSTON
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