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.
The stoner cinema pioneer explains why medical marijuana is the future.
He was justifying marijuana prohibition.
So much happened in 2017. Let’s not forget one of the most epic stunts of the year.
“Sorry bro,” reads the festival’s website.
Marijuana is often still not discussed as a treatment option.
Raphael Mechoulam is responsible for discovering THC and the endocannabinoid system.
“Tyson Ranch” will feature a campground, cabins, an edibles factory and a school to teach aspiring growers.
The owner of the home admitted to police that they had rented out the property on Airbnb to Deja Heard for her 21st birthday.
The case is going all the way to the Supreme Court, where decisions are felt on a national level.
There’s very little science on the risks of smoking something with pesticides.
There’s nothing more frustrating than sitting around waiting for a text.
Stop debating what to stream next. These flicks never disappoint.
This is the first object from another solar system ever spotted by astronomers.
Nonna Marijuana walks us through a drink that’ll warm you up and roast you.
Will these incidents become more common in California when the recreational market opens in 2018?
“Do you happen to have any cookies left? I got a guy coming by.”
Toking, puffing, vaping, and edibles are all tried and true methods of consuming cannabis. But one company is still asking: are you suuuure you don’t want to try your nose?
“Our sacrament here is cannabis…ganja, wacky tobaccy, also known as marijuana,” says a man dressed like Jesus in the church’s promotional video.
What incentives will Aetna have to prescribe treatments that aren’t offered at CVS, even if a patient would be best suited receiving care from a competing clinic?
Technology company IBM goes so far as to suggest that a blockchain, tracking all the bud out there, could “eliminate black market sales completely.”