If you’ve hit the bong too hard and find yourself glued to the sofa, try these TV shows, which frame comedy and drama through a purple haze.
CANNABIS CULTURE – So, this is what it comes to. Cannabis Culture is proud to host Wu-Tang master Raekwon the Chef for Vancouver’s 4/20 protest this Thursday at Sunset beach.
Comedians have always pushed boundaries and questioned social taboos, so it’s no surprise that so many of them have become part of cannabis culture
When Eliav Cohen looks at his stash, he sees beyond the buds, leaves and stems. In his mind’s eye, cannabis is a lush emerald valley, a crimson pistil inferno and a trichome diamond field.
It’s hard to imagine that Bob Dylan, Three 6 Mafia and Toby Keith have much in common, but all three artists understand the power of a classic stoner track.
Before it became your favorite HBO show, Katja Blichfeld and Ben Sinclair’s show was a wild web series.
After a mere one-year partnership arrangement with the world-renown High Times Magazine, the local-based group Rastafari In Inity (RII) will be taking full control of the 2016 staging of the annual ganja festival, Rastafari Rootzfest,
Marcus Gary “Bubbleman” Richardson makes his living photographing dank nugs and hash.
Chef Cody Lindsay whips pancake batter while an intrigued crowd watches. He adds whole wheat flour and oats to give the mixture a healthy boost.
The ruling in R v Smith made edibles legal for medical users but there are a lot of restrictions on selling them for dispensaries, so why shouldn’t patients (and their caregivers) bake their own?