Thursday, February 25

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Organic Marketing For Dispensaries
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Organic Marketing For Dispensaries

SEO is necessary for dispensaries to utilize in order to rank as one of the top search results. Customers want to know what dispensaries are close by, and you want your dispensary to be one of the first to show up. Continue reading below for tips on how to use SEO to market your dispensary. 1. Use Tools like Google My Business Google My Business helps for your dispensary to show up on local search results. It is completely free to use. The results will showcase your dispensary's website, contact information and location so long as you set it up. It will also showcase reviews of your business if you want them to show up. 2. Get Your Dispensary on a Directory Another important step to take is to put your dispensary on an online directory. Some customers will go directly to the directory ...
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New Chelsea Mural is a Genius Move

Like a certain theory about relativity, some things just take a little time to fully formulate. Case in point, this mural at W. 21st St. and Eighth Ave., whose evolution passersby have been following for well over a week. On our deadline day, the work-in-progress — in which a spray can-toting Albert Einstein looms large.
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Silence Is Not an Option

BY ALISON KELLER | “We live in a world in which we need to share responsibility. It’s easy to say, ‘It’s not my child, not my community, not my world, not my problem.’ Then there are those who see the need and respond.” — Fred Rogers I can’t shake the massacre of this weekend.
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Graham Cracks: A Timely Take on Trump’s Lickspittle Surrogate

BY MAX BURBANK Ouch. Tough couple of weeks, folks. Brett “Beer’s Most Passionate Spokesman” Kavanaugh seated on the Supreme Court; Melania “Most Bullied Woman on Earth” Trump jauntily cosplaying Nazi-lite “Raiders of the Lost Ark” villain René Belloq; Kanye “Crazy Motherf—-r” West says “Motherf—-r” in the Oval Office for the first time since Millard Fillmore.
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Community Board Term Limits: Accidental Gift to Developers

BY GALE BREWER | There’s a reason lawmaking is compared — unflatteringly — to sausage factories. It’s not neat, it’s not quick, and if you do it out in public, it can kill a lot of people’s appetite for the final product. But rushing through new laws with short notice and inadequate public review.
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A Kavagnawing Sense of Emptiness and Despair

BY MAX BURBANK | Fair warning: This is yet another column about Brett Kavanaugh, his quest to become a Supreme Court Justice, and all the overstuffed, hideous man-baggage that goes with it. If that makes you want to stop reading, so be it, and I don’t blame you. Hell, I don’t want to write about it.
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Trump’s Endless Summer of Discontent

BY MAX BURBANK | It’s September, but it’s still hot as hell in much of the country, not least our nation’s capitol, and in more ways than one. If my column were fiction (and you’ve no idea how much and how often I wish it were), my opening sentence would be an example of the […]
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Why Did the East 20s Ignore Gay Pride?

BY ERIC GINIGER | Imagine you lived in a city that decided to end a major parade route into your neighborhood: one would think that the owners of restaurants and bars would welcome thousands of hungry and thirsty celebrants to their establishments. Alas, that was not the case for my New York City neighborhood.
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Time’s Up for Trump

BY PAUL SCHINDLER | After President Donald Trump’s abysmal and shocking performance in a post-summit press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin last week in Helsinki, there is no doubt left but that he must be removed from office. Before going any further, I want to acknowledge three points obvious to anyone reading these words.
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A Man For All Treasons

BY MAX BURBANK Well, here’s a novel situation! It’s been more than a week since Trump met with Putin in Helsinki for their behind closed doors, super-secret, Best Friends Club summit, and it’s still in the national consciousness! I don’t think that’s happened since our Orange Emperor referred to a bunch of tiki-swingin’, chino-sportin’ neo-Nazis.