Good evening, readers! How many of you are capping off the night by smoking a joint? If current statistics are accurate, a considerable swath of you may be toking as I type. America, it seems, is twice as stoned as it was ten years ago.
Medical marijuana will soon be legal in Puerto Rico, provided the executive order signed by its governor, Alejandro Garcia Padilla, unfolds as planned.
The Nancy Grace and 2 Chainz romance continues. This week's installment involves gold-dipped blunts because, seduction.
The Utah State Senate is considering a bill that would make it legal for people with "chronic and debilitating diseases" to consume edible medical marijuana. But no one has paused to consider the effect that will have on the woodland creatures of Utah; a special agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration warned…
Nancy Grace is a conservative, murder-obsessed maniac whose most prominent claim to fame is being the person who made all our moms (or maybe just mine, dunno) obsessed with the Jody Arias trial. 2 Chainz, the rapper formerly known to us and currently known to his family as Tity Boi, is most famous for requesting large…
The weed-smoking grandmas have arrived! Not only has their video reached over seven million views (not bad for first-timers), but America's new sweethearts Paula, Dorothea, and Deirdre were written up on this very site. And they were concerned.
Health officials in the state of Colorado have recommended outlawing edible pot products in the state. I'm choosing to place 100% of the blame for this on the famously un-chill Maureen Dowd.
A television reporter in Alaska quit on live TV so she could focus on her work as a marijuana legalization activist in the state. This is too perfect for real life.
Is there a marijuana god that we can bow down and thank for this? There are some places where the lifelong stoner fantasy of having delicious pizza that gets you stoned is becoming reality. WHAT A BEAUTIFUL TIME WE LIVE IN.
Now that vapes are the subject of licensing deals between manufacturers and celebrities—Snoop Dogg, 2 Chainz, Claw Money—they're fashionable enough to be featured in the New York Times Style section. Finally, people are acknowledging what most of us already knew: getting high is cool.
A Dutch company is capitalizing off the success of e-cigarettes by going one step further. Behold the e-joint!
A man in Lakeland is accused of assaulting his brother with marijuana plants he was growing at his home.
Yesterday the New York Times published a column from opinion columnist and America's self-anointed fun city aunt Maureen Dowd wherein the Are Men Necessary? author and Pulitzer Prize-winning Monica Lewinsky bully traveled to Colorado and then ate a fuckload of pot and then got so high she thought she was going to die.…
Colorado welcomed its first pot vending machine this week.
This message goes out to all the #teens out there, both #cool and non: Prom isn't worth risking deportation. It's just not! The only cool proms are the ones that happen in movies and end with a line dance and those aren't even all that cool because you know that after graduation the Sexy New Boyfriend and the Bookish,…
Here's a tip from me to you (consider it a thank you for our years and years of friendship): Don't call the police when your dealer gives you shitty weed.
Snoop Dogg got a house call from his nail artists at Hey Nice Nails!, who, incidentally, hail from the LBC. He received a duo-chrome French with pot leaf and dollar sign decals.
Get your sex and marijuana fix all at once, thanks to the new weed-flavored condoms, thanks to Cannadom. Their slogan is "Cannadom - The Cannabis Flavoured Condom. Green in colour, and smells and tastes like the real thing!"
Gemma Moss recently became the first woman in Britain "ruled to have been poisoned to death by smoking cannabis," her sudden death referred to by tabloids as "the tragic proof that cannabis can kill." But Moss's story, while undeniably sad, has told us next to nothing about the dangers of pot. At the same time, its…
Marijuana poisoning in pets is on the rise, according to the Animal Poison Control Center, which reports that calls regarding pot pet poisonings have increased 30 percent since 2009.