Steve DeAngelo Documentary Previews Upcoming Book

Steve DeAngelo Protesting in Oakland California
You know Steve DeAngelo. He was the impeccably-dressed star of Discovery’s Weed Wars. He also premiered with Morgan Spurlock on CNN’s Inside Man. Doesn’t ring a bell? Well, you might know Steve DeAngelo as the owner of the Harborside Health Center—the gold-standard medical marijuana dispensary in Oakland and San Jose, California.

If you’re not familiar with DeAngelo, lucky for you there’s this mini-documentary that you can watch for free online for a limited time. We’ve interviewed DeAngelo several times. He’s also been interviewed by less interesting publications like The New York Times, The Washington Post, the Associated Press and literally every major network news source in the country. No wonder many call him “The father of the legal cannabis industry.”

Steve Deangelo founder of Oakland's Harborside Health Center poses near a framed Stuff Stoners Like post in his office

In a few weeks DeAngelo’s highly anticipated his first book; The Cannabis Manifesto, A New Paradigm for Wellness—chronicalling the activists four decades of involvement in the cannabis reform movement—hits store shelves. We can’t wait to check it out. You can pre-order  a copy of The Cannabis Manifesto here. And stay tuned for future videos and information about the emerging book.

Insider Scoop on Steve DeAngelo’s Book

Here’s some insider information about Steve DeAngelo’s Cannabis Manifesto. Our buddy who is a famed blogger that has been covering the medical marijuana scene for many many years was hired to ghost-write the book. But, because he couldn’t verify some of the facts—he quit the job. So we wonder how much of the book is a fiction of DeAngelo’s imagination.

Steve DeAngelo is Stuff Stoners Like
PROOF: Steve DeAngelo is uncomfortable being considered a stoner.

One Response to “Steve DeAngelo Documentary Previews Upcoming Book”

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