This is the first in a series exploring how Baby Boomers experience dispensaries in different cities.
Browsing: San Francisco
Ed Gallagher, a former Army intelligence officer, reached into an armoire in the living room of his Twin Peaks home and pulled out his last bag of a medicinal herb he considers his salvation.
The smoke was thick and business brisk at the Barbary Coast Dispensary’s marijuana smoking lounge, a darkened room that resembles a steakhouse or upscale sports tavern with its red leather seats, deep booths with high dividers, and hardwood floors.
Weed weddings are the latest trend in California, thanks to the legalization of recreational marijuana.
With legal recreational marijuana business opportunities lingering over the state, South San Francisco officials are continuing to examine whether to embrace the growing industry.
A judge in San Francisco, in the first known ruling of its kind, has halted federal prosecution of two North Coast marijuana growers because Congress has prohibited the Justice Department from interfering with states’ medical marijuana laws.
Michelin-star “special” cuisine gives new meaning to “high class” dining.
Michael Fasman’s 12-year-old dog, Hudson, limps from pain caused by arthritis and an amputated toe, but Fasman doesn’t want to give her painkillers because “they just knock her out.”
For many buzz seekers, coffee and cannabis go together like cream and sugar, or Cheech and Chong.
Everything from high-tech advancements in edible weed to big-data analysis can be seen at this year’s New West Summit in San Francisco.