Legalized pot meets performative cooking in a slew of new shows — but is a full weed meal something we should be striving for?
Comic-Con is in full swing at the Jacob K. Javitz convention center in New York City.
No matter which side of the debate you’re on, there’s no denying that marijuana use has become much less of a taboo topic than it once was.
It’s an age-old pairing that’s sparked a sub-genre of films, shows and standup acts: cannabis and comedy.
Hidden behind a thicket of porta-potties directly east of the main stage, Ottawa Bluesfest’s first cannabis-consumption zone drew only a few tobacco smokers over the course of several hours on opening night last Thursday.
An unusual cooking competition show sees expert chefs make sumptuous meals with cannabis while a judging panel of weed enthusiasts get stoned.
This musical will be high-larious!
CANNABIS CULTURE – Ophelia Chong needed information about medicinal marijuana. She was researching its health benefits on behalf of her sister, who suffers from an autoimmune disease. But as Chong looked online, she noticed something: cannabis content featured virtually no images of Asian people.
As we reported earlier, Netflix has cancelled Disjointed. Now, the cast and crew are sharing their thoughts on the TV series’ cancellation.
A two-day festival in the Malibu mountains where you can enjoy a five-course cannabis-infused dinner