How to set a tone of woodsy chic at a four-course candlelight dinner served under the stars in the Colorado foothills:
“Coming out of the closet” is a figure of speech long associated with the gay community but the expression has been used to describe many situations in which admission of some societal anomaly is involved.
The Emerald Triangle is a remote area of Northern California that has long been considered the “world’s best-known ganja-growing region.”
Cannabis experts are matching undertones of different strains of weed with tastes of different foods – but is it a gimmick or a new frontier?
The city’s first high-end pot ‘boutique’ – with a $100 membership fee – adds to a growing industry, but is Harvest signaling an end to the days of ragtag hangouts?
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,
“Would you like to come to a private cannabis-infused dinner? It is an upscale event with an intimate setting where the chef pairs each plate to compliment terpenes found in cannabis.”
Finally, one of science’s most important studies has been carried out:
Here’s the thing: When you’re writing about pot-infused products aimed at making sex more fun, there’s going to be nervous laughter and possibly blushing.
Nearly half of all Americans have tried marijuana, and weed use is increasing at a steady rate.