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.
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Nothing says “music festival” like a floral crown — especially a floral crown with bulging buds of marijuana artfully interspersed with the flower blossoms.
Bob Ross, meet Bob Marley. A new Western Mass. business, Blank Cannabis Productions, has begun offering "paint and puff" parties for customers, following the statewide legalization of recreational marijuana in December.
When asked what he does when returning to the U.K., where cannabis is not legally used for medicinal purposes, he wryly sidestepped the question.
California's full legalization of marijuana may not take effect until 2018, but weed is proliferating at entertainment industry gatherings.
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.
Forget lingerie, candy and boring flowers; this Valentine's Day, give a gift that truly keeps on giving.
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.
With marijuana legal in 28 states and the District of Columbia, it isn't too surprising to find marijuana-based gifts on some folks’ Christmas wish list.
From app-connected portable vaporizers to gigantic, gorgeous grinders, what to get the smokers on your holiday list.
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.'
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.