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The U.S. Attorney General appears to be convinced that the War on Drugs was a good thing, no matter the facts.
Summer solstice is almost here—time to get naked and light a big fire.
What happens when you mix your booze and your bud, and how to avoid a green out.
The organizers of Weed.Women.WiFi. tell us who they are and what they’re up to.
Lemon Haze offers daily updates on the weed we smoke.
Among many other things, you can now officially pass that joint.
Our neighbors to the north may soon legalize weed, but they’re not there yet.
Got an iPhone? Get iStoned.
For the second year in a row, efforts to bring cannabis to your door, legally, failed. Maybe that’s a good thing.
And maybe start thinking about growing your own again.
A chronic chronology of all this week’s bountiful 4/20 offerings.
The stereotype of the shiftless stoner exists for a reason, but that doesn’t mean you need to buy into it.
There is a lot of information out there. Here’s where to look, er, listen.
A little CBD can lead to healthier, happier, more cuddly critters.
Our resident witch on the shift into light and the goddesses and archetypes that embody it.
Researchers confirm what medical users have long known.
It’s an intoxicating cocktail, but be careful.
As the Trump administration indicates increased enforcement of federal law, an industry shudders and local politicians prepare for a showdown.
After decades of just saying no, older Americans are saying “yes.”
What the new Attorney General could mean to our budding industry.