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The pandemic has affected the production of a variety of disinfectants, from hand sanitizer and Clorox wipes, to the latest product in short supply: rubbing alcohol.
Normally active, social people around the world have been forced to socially isolate themselves in light of the coronavirus pandemic, making this a great time to catch up on that reading list.
For home cooks and aspiring bakers alike, a week or two stuck inside presents a perfect opportunity to try your hand at cooking with cannabis.
While your team is hitting the field, you can be hitting the green with these weed strains.
"I really feel like humans in general are more connected to their creative side and more inclined to follow their artistic intuition when they've partaken of the green goddess."
Neil Young is facing a delay in his application for US citizenship after honestly answering a question about his marijuana use.
After years of anticipation, Lowell Café has opened in West Hollywood. For the staff and the patrons, it’s a whole new kind of experience.
It's the first of its kind in Windsor. A cannabis cruise, set to sail along the Detroit River.
No matter what your preference, you can say "I do" with your best bud with customized cannabis, and no, they don't charge by the ounce.
Looking to add that special green ingredient to a home-cooked meal for friends? Perhaps your buddies are comfortable bud consumers, so no issues there. But what do you need to know about cooking with cannabis and what that means for taste?
Pushing California’s legal cannabis market into a bold new frontier, the state on Wednesday approved a permit for the sale and on-site consumption of pot at this weekend’s Outside Lands music festival in San Francisco, an annual event that last year drew some 200,000 people over three days.
Organizers are planning a festival to celebrate the Sooner State’s first year with legalized medical marijuana.
Hollywood’s historic Paramount Studios has a new neighbor: the Weedmaps Museum of Weed, which opened officially Aug. 1 on the corner of Melrose and Cahuenga.
Colorado's very great outdoors attracted tourists long before legal cannabis did, but since recreational marijuana was legalized in this state, campers, hikers and bikers have connected the two for a different experience with nature.
From Harry Potter-themed pot parties to hip-hop dispensaries, getting high doesn’t have to be a solo experience.
There are plenty of cannabis cookbooks in today’s pro-cannabis market.
Swag bags at this year’s Oscars are going to the weeds.
Vacations are freaking fantastic. Cannabis can also be freaking fantastic, when used wisely. Combining the two is a no-brainer.