Jeffrey Rindskopf

Jeffrey Rindskopf is a freelance writer and editor based in Seattle, born and raised in southern California. He attended film school at Chapman University before beginning his career as a freelancer in 2014, writing fiction and articles covering travel, food, and culture. When he isn't writing, Jeffrey likes to travel or simply melt into the couch while consuming some of his favorite media.

Author's Articles


The Costs of #InstaTravel

America’s great outdoors are more popular than ever, and it’s a problem. While chronic underfunding contributes to a national parks…
Edible Reviews

Doozies Adult Fruit Chews

Doozies by Green Revolution These gummy edibles are flat-out delicious. I enjoyed two flavors, Juicy Peach and Sour Cherry, and…

Social Credit Scores

Remember that “Black Mirror” episode where society’s hierarchy was determined by social media-style star ratings, an average of the score…
Health & Wellness

All Media Is Social

Imagine yourself somewhere secluded, engaging in what’s widely considered the most solitary and least stimulating of all media forms: reading.…

Why Harmful Norms Stick Around

In the 10th century A.D., Chinese Emperor Li Yu allegedly became entranced by a female concubine twirling on the petite…

DOPE Interviews | Christian Cannabis Founder Craig Gross

His latest venture is a website provocatively called Christian Cannabis, which was inspired by his own experiences self-medicating and overcoming…
Law & Politics

DOPE Interviews | Hemp History Week: Morris Beegle

As co-founder and president of Colorado’s WAFBA (We Are for Better Alternatives) family of brands, Morris Beegle is one of…

Cannabis’s Suppressed Role in WWII

Commercial hemp was all but outlawed in the united states in 1937 and remained that way until just last year…
Law & Politics

CBD in the Big Easy: Cannabis in New Orleans

Legislators in Louisiana and New Orleans, in particular, had already taken baby steps towards normalizing cannabis in 2016 when the…
Health & Wellness

Meat Without the Animal

In 2013, the first beef burger cultured from in vitro stem cells not part of a larger organism was eaten…