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In San Francisco this weekend, Outside Lands will become first major music festival to allow the consumption and sale of marijuana. Normally, nothing can be smoked in Golden Gate Park, but the city issued a waiver to festival organizers. Roger McGuinn has said "no" to David Crosby's very public efforts to reunite The Byrds. And World Cafe mothership station, WXPN in Philly, has announced that they will broadcast the ENTIRE Woodstock Festival, as it happened 50 years ago next week!


David Crosby cuts radio ad that supports the voter measure to legalize marijuana in North Dakota, The Minnesota Timberwolves unveil new Prince-themed uniforms and Sub Pop revives Singles Club mail order service.  And in music history, we mark the passing of Eva Cassidy, a phenomenal singer, largely unknown in the U.S., but who became an unlikely star in the U.K.