Culture & Arts

Marijuana Culture and the Arts.

From infusions to strain-specific cooking, veteran chefs are forging new identities while up-and-comers are making their mark.

"There's opportunity to kind of pave the way and learn about the rules, play by the rules and master this new industry."

It's already clear that the ancient Silk Road trafficked in more than spices, grains, and ideas.

Customers must hold a medicinal cannabis card to enter and to purchase any food, which is not intended to be eaten on site.

You’ve been thinking about growing cannabis but the idea of growing indoors, without the sun, seems absurd.

Chef Enid Parham is bringing her practice out of the shadows, with a cannabis-infused catering company called Lucky Pistil and a soon-to-launch online cooking show called Bonnie’s Kitchen.

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Monday August 19

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in Cannabis News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

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Monday August 19

‘The system is swamped.’ Canada can’t keep up with requests to study cannabis

in Medical News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

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Tuesday August 20

Wasn’t the DEA Going to Let Others Grow Research-Grade Cannabis?

in Science

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Arizona-based researcher Dr. Sue Sisley is spearheading an extraordinary lawsuit against the U.S. Drug Enforcement…

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Tuesday August 20

California’s legal marijuana will outsell the black market in 5 years, forecast says

in U.S. News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

California’s black market for marijuana still rakes in more cash than the state’s legal cannabis…

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Tuesday August 20

Study on cannabis chemical as a treatment for pancreatic cancer may have 'major impact,' Harvard…

in Medical News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Pancreatic cancer makes up just 3 percent of all cancers in America. But with a…

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