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Has legal cannabis killed the bong? - Cannabis News
Culture & Arts
Under cannabis prohibition, nothing signified one’s love of the plant more than bongs – but health-conscious users who prefer to vape don’t have much use for them.
Is Marijuana the New Martini? - Cannabis News
Culture & Arts
Thanks to legalization and a distaste for hangovers, more Americans are choosing cannabis over alcohol and pain pills.
The Oxford English Dictionary Has Added Lots Of New Canna-Vocabulary - Cannabis News
Culture & Arts
The word ‘cannabis’ now has several sub-entries which reflect the new world of legal weed. 
Meet 'CannAbuelo,' a Latino grandfather extolling the benefits of medical marijuana - Cannabis News
Culture & Arts
“Hopefully a lot more abuelos (grandfathers) will start using cannabis after this film," says Nelson Guerrero, co-founder of the Cannabis Cultural Association.
This Brooklyn, NY chef has a brand-new way to deliver cannabis: On a pizza - Cannabis News
Culture & Arts
We spoke with Chris “The Pizza Pusha” Barrett of Stoned Gourmet Cannabis Pizza about his weed-infused pies.
How to Grow Marijuana Sustainably With Korean Natural Farming - Cannabis News
Culture & Arts
Korean Natural Farming (KNF) is a blueprint for an alternative way to farm outdoors among nature.
Ganja Guitars: Meet the Man Building Top-Shelf Instruments From Hemp - Cannabis News
Culture & Arts
Along with hemp-based guitars and ukuleles, Silver Mountain also uses the plant to craft cabinets, speakers, straps, picks, and volume knobs.
What Is Indica? The Story Behind The World’s Most Relaxing Strains - Cannabis News
Culture & Arts
This is how Indica became part of the holy trinity of the cannabis world.
The Best Cannabis Cookbooks for Budding Chefs - Cannabis News
Culture & Arts
Like any other ingredient, cannabis can elevate the taste profile of many dishes, salty or sweet, when prepared correctly.
As Mass. Weighs Social Marijuana Consumption, Chefs Test Out The Budding Business
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Massachusetts Cannabis Chefs Joseph Nelson and Patrick Mulcahy started hosting infused dinner parties the day cannabis became recreationally legal in Massachusetts in December 2016 and utilize a sponsor to provide their “gifts.”
Weed weddings: Calgary hosts Canada’s first cannabis wedding expo - Cannabis News
Culture & Arts
Brides and grooms looking to add a little extra greenery to their nuptials had a chance to check out the newest trends at Calgary’s first-ever cannabis wedding expo on Saturday.
What Is Sativa? The Story Behind The World’s Most Energetic Strains - Cannabis News
Culture & Arts
One of the first things budding cannabis enthusiasts will notice is that all weed is essentially divided into two distinct groups: Indica and Sativa.
Are Weed Moms The New Wine Moms? - Cannabis News
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Why moms are putting down the bottle and picking up the pen.
UConn’s cannabis growing course sheds light on a plant once kept in the shadows - Cannabis News
Culture & Arts
By the end of this semester’s inaugural class of “Horticulture of Cannabis: From Seed to Harvest,” more than 300 students will understand why cannabis growers would want to keep their young plants from flowering, how to pull that off and most everything else about the prime conditions of cultivating hemp.
Growing in Paradise: A Beginner’s Guide to Outdoor Cannabis in Tropical Climates - Cannabis News
Culture & Arts
Tropical climates can teach a lot about growing cannabis, both indoors and outdoors. Whether or not you like the heat and humidity of the region, your burgeoning cannabis plants love it.
High Folks: Artist Jessica Wolfert Creates Glass Pipes To Promote Body Positivity - Cannabis News
Culture & Arts
In the North Philadelphia neighborhood of Port Richmond, Jessica Wolfert (26) is a Renaissance woman fusing the realms of glass-blowing and cannabis into her body positivity project Lady Pipes.

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