The owners of Rolling Greens, Canada's first cannabis-friendly golf course, say they’re aiming to bring the fun back — but to golf, or weed? 

In 1941, El Rancho Vegas, the first casino located on what would later become the famed Vegas Strip, opened its doors.

It was pretty much what you’d expect the first Vegas casino to be: quietly acknowledged impropriety, glitz and glam, a tendency to attract attention and money.

A dancer, Candy Barr, was once arrested there in 1959 after police raided her home and found four-fifths of an ounce of weed stuffed into a bra.

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Keiran Delamont ~ MerryJane.com

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