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Monday, April 28, 2014

Now You Can Get Your Medical Marijuana Card at Amoeba Music in the Haight

Posted By on Mon, Apr 28, 2014 at 8:50 AM

click to enlarge Where's the marijuana aisle?? - FLICKR/JARED KELLY

It's a Haight resident's dream come true: Amoeba Music has become a one-stop shop for both music and marijuana.

Hoodline reports that the popular music store is reportedly offering medical cannabis cards to those in need of weed. Well, technically, a company named Green Evaluations is reportedly issuing the ID cards out of an upstairs office space in the Amoeba building. The physician responsible is Dr. Francesco Isolani, according to the news outlet.

Once you get to the record store, just follow the leaf-green painted line through Amoeba's front door, down the entry all the way behind the DVD room. Keep walking through a fire door that looks like a makeshift waiting room with plastic folding chairs, all the way up the stairs.

The clinic operates the same hours as Amoeba -- everyday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Walk-ins are welcome.

Oh and while you're there, you might as well grab a cop of Neil Young's surprise album A Letter Home, which was released last week and is available only on vinyl.

[via Hoodline]

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Erin Sherbert has been Online News Editor for SF Weekly since 2010. She's a Texas native and has a closet full of cowboy boots to prove it.


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