It’s been scientifically proven that a woo-woo vacation can make you feel a little bit high, but one new retreat series is taking that concept to a whole new—and ultra-literal—level.
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Wedding season is approaching, if not already here. And in cannabis-friendly states, a growing number of people are tying the knot with ceremonies and/or receptions that have incorporated marijuana into their celebrations.
A wedding is an occasion of many firsts: the first look, the first kiss, the first dance. But what about the first toke?
“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.”
Beyond the potential tax revenue that could be coming to states across the country, how will the spread of legalized cannabis affect the American landscape?
Florist Bec Koop is putting the finishing touches on a wedding bouquet, which in this case are buds of cannabis tucked among the roses.
With the potential end to California’s prohibition on recreational cannabis now before voters in November, it poises to open Humboldt County up to an even larger market.
Chefs are working with marijuana growers to chart the still-very-unscientific world of pairing food and weed.
The new Moon Denver, Boulder & Colorado Springs travel guidebook includes plenty of information on marijuana tourism in Colorado.
Forget gambling, nightclubs or spas. One New Jersey lawmaker believes the future of Atlantic City may lie in pot.
For those of us who love to travel (and that is most of us) the only thing better than visiting a new destination, would be if you were able to do it with your friend Mary Jane.
While cannabis curiosity is still at odds with social stigmas, tours with Cultivating Spirits or a stay at 420-friendly Breck Haus are enlightening options to explore.
Move over Miles: The legendary record store wants to convert its jazz room into Berkeley's newest medical marijuana dispensary.