Nashville, of all places, could be the next U.S. city to ease up on marijuana-related offenses if a new ordinance gets passed this week.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Jessica Chastain is a nerd, check out these marijuana fans and stand up for pregnant ladies you assholes.
School is back in session, baby, and these cool moms got high as fuck to celebrate, but were almost immediately caught by the police.
K-pop superstar and fashion icon CL is a member of girl group 2NE1, already hugely popular around the world. But with her latest tracks, she’s been set on further breaking through to an English language audience, and in brand-new video “Lifted,” she gets a cool cosign and makes it locationally clear, too, placing her…
The results are in: Teens are inhaling The Good Plant like never before.
Colorado’s legalized marijuana laws have been predictably fruitful for white entrepreneurs, but reports confirm it’s made black and Latino teens even bigger targets of weed-related arrests.
Sue Taylor is an African-American grandmother who runs three miles a day and describes her late 60s as the time of her life. She’s a retired Catholic school principal living in Berkeley, California, who wears pearls and stylish pantsuits, holds a divinity school degree, and attributes her “perfect health” to…
A flock of sheep in a Wales village may or may not have eaten a great big pile of cannabis, and are reportedly wandering around and “causing a nuisance.” Same!
In a new survey by Match, Gen Xers on the site say they aren’t into weed smokers while Millennials and Baby Boomers apparently love them. Who hurt you, Gen X?
Here was the big question, the one underneath the pot-leaf name tags and the thousand-deep crowd of women shouting mantras in the opera house and the slight smell of weed in our parkas and Melissa Etheridge’s ombré sunglasses and the après-ski-hot girls with angled haircuts and the shy 55-year-olds furiously writing…
Over the weekend, Pennsylvania became the 24th state to legalize medical marijuana. The green wave is spreading, praises be.
Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer went on Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday night to offer some expert insight into the art of procuring weed.
In California, medicinal weed is legal, but the business bans anyone with a drug-related criminal record from working in the industry. This of course means that people of color are—yet again—systematically shut out of economic advancement, while white people get an implicit leg up. Take for example the white weedman …
Fuck Midol—give me cannabis.
“Authorities in Mississippi are investigating after they say a family’s dog brought home a large bag of marijuana,” the AP writes. Investigating how many belly rubs that dog should get for being such a good boy?
I arrived at the movie theater in Fresh Meadows, Queens on opening night of My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 the way anyone should—full of buffalo shrimp from the Hooters next door and stoned out of my mind.
Dan Baum, writing in support of drug legalization at Harper’s, has unleashed a frank 1994 quote from former Nixon policy advisor John Ehrlichman, and as inadvertently salient an argument for legalizing drugs as any I’ve ever seen:
For smokers, the patchwork but steadily dawning future of legalized weed in America sounds like an heavenly moment—too good to be true, even. For non-white Americans, it often is.
I’ll never forget a dad I saw one of the first times I ever took my toddler to a playground. As I nervously followed my son around, this dad and his daughter—she must have been around six—were engaged in a completely immersive game of make-believe. They were running around, hiding behind stuff, shouting code words and…