May 1: Is it 4:20 yet?

May 1 — High Times magazine’s May 1991 issue popularized the idea of “420” representing stoner culture. Turns out the story has its roots in a group of five high school students in San Rafael, Calif., who planned to meet at 4:20 — by a statue of Louis Pasteur — to search for a mythical abandoned crop of cannabis. Yes, it’s right up there with the Fountain of Youth and the Lost City of Gold. The quintet — Steve Capper, Dave Reddix, Jeffrey Noel, Larry Schwartz, and Mark Gravich; undoubtedly destined for a Mount Huffmore if anyone finds the motivation to carve such a thing — called themselves the Waldos because they…