German Cultivation Bid Appears To Have Three Finalists - Cannabis Industry JournalTuesday, April 23, 2019
Canadian company) have now been selected as the first cannabis cultivation bid finalists, however insiders on the ground say that this is not necessarily a final decision.
A Berlin-based subsidiary of Wayland in Germany called Demecan, along with Aphria and Aurora have all been named as bid finalists pending a normal review period.
However, there are other complications still looming. This is far from over.
The first issuance of the bid in 2017 went down in court over a technical fault on the part of the issuing agency. The current iteration was posted last summer and saw its application moved several times because of further legal challenges.
As Peter Homburg, partner and head of the European Cannabis Group at Dentons said when contacted by Cannabis Industry Journal, “This is of course not an official announcement. I have a tendency to believe that others involved in the tender process historically may well challenge this decision.”
BfArM, the federal German agency in charge of the cannabis cultivation tender process, did not respond to a request for a comment as of press time.
The Decision Is Far From Over
Here are the basic challenges still ahead:
There is a lawsuit pending against the bid itself from applicants that has yet to be decided. The Klage (formal hearing in court) is...https://cannabisindustryjournal.com/news_article/german-cultivation-bid-appears-to-have-three-finalists/
Flowers instead of stones: cities want to prescribe planting of gardens - The Crypto Coin DiscoveryTuesday, April 23, 2019
China or India, criticized the Nabu. Andreas my mountain, the owner of the operation, stone lattice wall in Storkow, near Berlin, stressed that his stones came from Germany and Europe. He is calling for more Composure in the discussion. His older customers, it is going to be less work on the property. “You no longer have to paint the fence or the hedge cutting.”
Green politicians Lohse emphasized, a garden with native plants is automatically maintenance-intensive or more expensive. Rather, the quality of life, increases the Senator for the Environment, says: “The world of insects can develop, also soil organisms up to singing birds. If in the garden the birds are singing, so does the people good.”
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Faye Webster Returns With Silky New Song ‘Flowers,’ Headlining Tour Dates - Rolling StoneTuesday, April 23, 2019
DE @ Modernes
May 13 – Hanover, DE @ Capitol
May 14 – Leipzig, DE @ Taubchenthal
May 15 – Vienna, AT – WUK
May 17 – Hamburg, DE @ Große Freiheit Sat. May 18 – Frankfurt, DE @ Batschkapp
May 19 — Berlin, DE @ Huxleys
May 24 — Manchester, UK @ Dot to Dot Festival
May 25 — Bristol, UK @ Dot to Dot Festival
May 26 — Nottingham, UK @ Dot to Dot Festival
May 28 —London, UK @ Bermondsey Social Club
May 29 — London, UK @ Bermondsey Social Club
May 31 — Hilvarenbeek, NL @ Best Kept Secret Festival
June 03 — Paris, FR @ Le Boule Noire
June 16 — Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
June 18 — Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
June 19 — Chicago, IL @ Schubas Tavern
June 21 — Toronto, ON @ The Drake
June 22 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Club Cafe
June 23 — Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda’s
June 24 — Allston, MA @ Great Scott
June 26 — Brooklyn, NY @ Baby’s All Right
June 27 — Washington, DC @ DC9
June 28 — Asheville, NC @ The Mothlight
June 29 — Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
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Faye Webster, Stella Donnelly
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Artists raise funds for flower project in Berlin - Korea TimesTuesday, April 23, 2019
Two artists participating Das Dritte Land: Han Seok-hyun and Kim Seung-hwoe Courtesy of Next City Berlin / Courtesy of the artistsBy Lee Han-naCultural exchange knows no boundaries especially for those who have shared the same pain ? division of a country. As Berlin celebrates the 30th anniversary of the fall of the wall, Keum Art Projects with artist Han Seok-hyun and Kim Seung-hwoe and their media partner Next City Berlin will present an artistic botanical garden with different programs for dialogue, art piece presentation and performances from May to November. Flowers raised near the inter-Korean border will be showcased in Berlin from May until November. The project, currently undergoing a crowdfunding campaign on Swedish platform Wemakeit, is named "Das Dritte Land" or the third country. It will be held at the forecourt of St. Matthew's Church in Kulturforum near where the Berlin Wall was located ? a historic site that reminds the world of the pain of separation.The project, which aims to raise awareness on the inter-Korean border surrounded with various flora and fauna, is in...https://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/culture/2019/04/703_266311.html