Alex Juliano
Alex Juliano
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Born and raised in Seattle, WA, Alex Juliano is a writer, instructional designer, educational consultant, teacher, web developer, and professional breakdancer. Aside from his endeavors in writing, Alex has innovated training solutions for a variety of industries, including performing arts, telecommunications, technology, public education, retail, aerospace manufacturing, and CAD/CAM software. 

From SEA to ATL and Back

From SEA to ATL and Back B-boy Fidget Comes Home After a decade-long hiatus from the rainy city, I sat down and caught up with a unique, home-grown talent. Marcus Sharpe – also known as B-boy Fidget –…

Review: VELA

VELA The Place: Cannabis Retail Made Elegant For veterans and newbies alike, Vela’s standard for top-notch quality will be evident as soon as you walk through their doors. As you navigate the elegant,…

Review: Rogue Raven Farms

  Rogue Raven Farms THE PLACE Rogue Raven Farms, a sizable Tier III grow owned by Marc Van Driessche and Brandon Becker, is located in Shelton, Washington. As Rick Becker, Director of Operations,…

Review: Seagoat Cannabis Company

  Seagoat Cannabis Company THC: 75% | CBD: 25% Tested by: Steep Hill Labs  | Produced by: Seagoat Cannabis (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter) As rich as it is relaxing, the colorful Seagoat Bonbon bo…

Review: 221 Inc

221 Inc If you aren’t familiar with the city of Mount Vernon, here’s a fun fact: In the 1800s one of its first industries was logging and preparing timber. However, in 2016 the folks at 221 Inc are do…

Review: Soulshine Cannabis

Soulshine Cannabis Not long ago, the place Soulshine Cannabis calls home hosted skaters mastering their tricks on half-pipes. But today, the space that formerly housed a large indoor skate park has fo…

As a lifestyle publication, DOPE Magazine is dedicated to creating purposeful, relevant conversations. When we printed our inaugural issue in 2011 we positioned ourselves in the cannabis arena as a team of professionals determined to normalize the plant. While cannabis remains the central theme of our brand, 2017 has marked a turning point in our progression. We’ve built a steadfast framework of inclusivity when speaking about gender, race, class, politics, family and culture—with the ethos DEFEND.

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