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Since it first began publishing 111 years ago, the entertainment magazine Variety has never done an issue about cannabis. That just changed.
Cannabis experts are matching undertones of different strains of weed with tastes of different foods – but is it a gimmick or a new frontier?
His commitment to the herb coupled with his thriving decades-long career has gone a long way to helping Americans rethink what they know about the drug.
Presented on Elizabeth Banks’s Whohaha streaming platform, the Web series Cannabis Moms Club is strictly a customer-experience fandango, an ensemble comedy about a quintet of affluent moms who get together under flimsy pretenses to share a communal toke.
Williams, 60, has long used medical marijuana in an effort to manage the chronic pain stemming from his Multiple Sclerosis, with which he was diagnosed in 1999.
Melissa Etheridge is diving headlong into the marijuana business. Her company, Etheridge Farms, will soon be making cannabis products available for California medical patients.
In some ways, the Emerald Exchange is like other farmer’s markets one might find in L.A.’s more upscale and bohemian neighborhoods.
By the time his acting career had slowed, Perry Anzilotti had already learned how to extract THC from cannabis so that it could be used for cooking.
A Cannabis-Themed Adult Sleepover Camp
If you’re a cannabis fan, your dreams are about to come true. That’s because a Canadian cannabis company is now making cannabis infused Nutella called Chrontella.
Snoop Dogg will be pulling triple duty on MTV’s new pot comedy Mary + Jane.
John Malkovich is joining the Pot TV trend.
Country music icon Willie Nelson, long an advocate of marijuana legalization, is putting his money where his mouth (and joint) is by launching Willie’s Reserve, a new marijuana brand to be introduced in Washington and Colorado over the next few months.
Oscar winner Kathy Bates and TV mega-producer Chuck Lorre will examine the high life in a new Netflix comedy series.
Visitors are flocking to the Mile High City.
Snoop Dogg squared off against Sugar Ray Leonard on Celebrity Family Feud, and the very first question was right up Snoop’s alley.