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Hemp's Hip New Status

Fabric made from a variety of the cannabis plant is a natural for the home.

By Barbara Claire Kasselmann
February 15, 2004

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The decor and atmosphere at The Hempest, a shop in Boston whose inventory is mostly hemp-related products, might conjure memories of the 1960s. But this Newbury Street store is catering to the hip and environmentally conscious crowd of today. While the merchandise is predominantly soft, natural clothing, the shop also carries products such as hemp table runners and napkins, luxurious ... (Full Article: 654 Words)

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