I've been writing for about eight years, mainly on art and tech for Vice, The Globe, and Mail, The Atlantic and Toronto Life. I worked at the SPACE channel for a year. I'm just wrapping up my first book, about the recent history of pinball, which Slash is writing the forward to.
Now Home Depot will be selling products that are specifically designed to grow marijuana on their website.
Time to buy a plane ticket.
These college scholarships are courtesy of cannabis.
Will you be the lucky winner?
Lawmakers consider a bill that defines the smell of weed as a “public nuisance.”
There’s more than studying happening at Harvard.
“Operation Pipe Dreams” required $12 million and around 2,000 members of law enforcement.
They included the weight of the butter in his cannabutter when judging how much pot he had.
What is happening to YouTube’s weed channels?
Mike Jeffcoat, a baseball coach for Texas Wesleyan University, was fired after sending a preemptive rejection letter.
Time to have a sesh with Sessions.
He brought a bunch of A-list actors in their ballgowns and tuxes along for the ride.
They wanted a dispensary to pay them $20,000 for selling “Jolly Meds” because they look like Jolly Ranchers.
The company plans to make them available around the world.
Over the course of 15 years, Samantha Jenkins was arrested 19 times for stealing steaks from the grocery store.
Good for you, Canada.
Just in case you forgot about that edible from the Vegas strip in your pocket.
The director of Clerks and Mallrats was at a show in Glendale California when he suffered a heart attack that could have killed him.
There’s an increasing demand for heroin among addicts in the U.S. who can no longer access or afford prescription opioids.
According to Denver’s Department of Public Health and Environment, the energy usage is “significant”.