Willie Nelson Said Weed ‘Saved My Life,’ Kept Him From Killing People

Willie Nelson Said Weed ‘Saved My Life,’ Kept Him From Killing People

The Red Headed Stranger recently told ‘Rolling Stone’ that weed saved his life by helping him kick a booze habit. Willie Nelson is no stranger to weed, and in a recent interview with Rolling Stone, it may have kept him out of an early grave, too. The interview covered several aspects of Nelson’s life, including his celebrity-branded weed company and his ongoing musical pursuits. But the most shocking highlight came when he discussed how cannabis rescued him from his previous life as an alcoholic.

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A retired San Francisco chef builds community through his cooking

A retired San Francisco chef builds community through his cooking

In his small kitchen, Emam Saber, 77, picks up a raw New York Strip steak with a fork and gently lays it in a pan of steaming hot oil. The meat sizzles loudly, the first of 30 steaks he will be cooking that afternoon for a charity event.“I always cook for charity. I don’t charge anything,” said Saber, a former chef who worked at iconic hotels and a French restaurant in San Francisco.

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Pastor accused of running his multimillion-dollar Taylor church as a ‘cult’

Pastor accused of running his multimillion-dollar Taylor church as a ‘cult’

To current members of Joshua Media Ministries International, the Taylor-based organization represents a path to the kingdom of God; a journey shepherded by a full-fledged prophet. To former members, though, the multimillion-dollar church at 20320 Superior Road that police monitor daily is “a slave labor cult” operating on an unholy trinity of intimidation, manipulation and greed. In February 2017, former JMMI member Chris Sorensen “was on fire for God.”

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Teen didn’t have a date for prom so her grandfather got dressed up and stepped in

Teen didn't have a date for prom so her grandfather got dressed up and stepped in

If this story is anything, it’s a reminder to spend time with your family, especially your grandparents. Soak up every second, because these are the Magical Moments that make life worth living. When a California teen didn’t have a date for prom, her grandfather stepped in. Kaylah Bell, 17, of Lancaster, said she didn’t land a date in time for the big dance, so she asked her grandfather, Alvin Bell, to take pictures with her. She didn’t expect him to show up in a matching suit.

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Grandmother with Alzheimer’s climbs down the outside of a tower block

Grandmother with Alzheimer's climbs down the outside of a tower block

A grandmother in China who suffers from Alzheimer's was rescued yesterday after climbing down the exterior of a high-rise building for 10 storeys with her bare hands. The elderly woman in her 80s had escaped from her home on the 14th floor through the windows after being locked in by her family members. She was pulled into safety by a family on the fourth floor who opened their windows to drag her into their apartment, a fire brigade in Chengdu said on social media.

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