OKC Marijuana Business Thrives Near Jail

By Molly Kruse –Courtesy of Gaylord News, a reporting project of the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication.) In a yellow-lit room inside an echoing 10,620-square-foot warehouse, grower Som Kiani tends to 385 pungent cannabis plants. Instead of soil, the plants flourish in cubes made of spun volcanic rock, fed with water and nutrients by snake-like […]

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Criminal Uprising

Criminal Uprising By Matt Dinger. Featured in the Oklahoma Gazette on March 20, 2019. Read the original article on the Gazette website here. BCC Collective is celebrating the close of its first quarter in business with its first major harvest. Four months after street artist Jeks put the finishing touches on the iconic Albert Einstein […]

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Introducing The Beast

Jeks came back into town to lay down some magic on our second mural. We are fortunate to know great artists, who turn into great friends. Jeks, aka Brian, came back into Oklahoma City to work his magic on the BCC walls and lay down The Beast. We are honored to have TWO of Brian’s […]

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Growing Green

By Matt Dinger. Featured in the Oklahoma Gazette on March 8, 2019. Read the original article on the Gazette website here. Chris Brady and Cesar Herrera developed their cannabis green thumbs more than 1,500 miles from each other but rubbed digital elbows on the online forum of International Cannagraphic Magazine. Brady is now the co-owner of […]

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