Whether you’re planning to spend your summer weekends at festivals, weddings, or a combination of the two, there’s one accessory you need above all else—flower crowns, of course!
Rachael Carlevale’s life has taken some twists, including a health crisis, that helped her develop the Ganjasana yoga system, which she says centers on using cannabis plant medicine mindfully.
DENVER - You’ve likely heard of a wine sommelier, but what about a cannabis sommelier? It’s a real thing.
Some Angelenos love weed so much that they want to smell like it — even when they haven't been toking. At least, that's what Sherman Oaks-based entrepreneur Killian Wells is aiming for in his new line of cannabis scented fragrances.
More than 80 years ago, when American music tastes were morphing into what we call the Swing Era, cannabis references began popping up regularly in popular music.
What was once very clearly a sub-culture is now becoming culture.
While there’s nothing particularly innovative about using the gloriously versatile cannabis sativa plant as a medicine, where, when, how and moreover, why we use it is, in fact, evolving.
With recreational use of cannabis being legalized recently throughout many parts of the country, the trendiness of the psychoactive drug has become popular in the mainstream too, spreading to all parts of American culture — including fashion.
Years ago, when the cosmetics retailer Sephora asked perfumer Mark Crames to create a fragrance based on the scent of cannabis, he knew he faced a formidable challenge.
Pot enthusiasts lined up around the block in the cold temperatures right until closing time at several newly opened marijuana shops in Montreal Thursday.
This year marked a turning point for marijuana, both as a cultural movement and as an industry.
With music retailers getting into the dispensary business or aligning their physical location with pot shops, the long-standing symbiotic relationship between music and weed may finally be (legally) monetized.
Because you can’t just buy everyone on your list a pound of OG Kush.
Tired of gifting your cannabis loving friends with lighters and grinders?
Healthy Headie is a Massachusetts-based social sales company focused on creating “low barriers to entry” into the cannabis space that make for “digestible, unintimidating” first-time experiences.
Q&A: Kai Collins and Deena Adar talk about some of the motivation behind the 'Cannabis Moms Club' web series to tackle stigmas: 'It's opened this necessary dialogue -- especially for parents.'
Take your clothes and accessories to a higher level.
New Luxury Cannabis Brands Bring Fashion, Accessories And Boutique Hotels.
“Skiing is a very creative sport…your brain just goes to this flow state where you’re not even thinking, you’re just skiing, and cannabis just helps you get into that zone.”
A new installation from artist Ron English and High Times magazine examines cannabis culture through a new pop-up in Manhattan’s Lower East Side.