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New Study Shows Joints Waste 300 Percent More THC Than Dabs

Dabs getting you higher than joints is not a new concept in the United States. In fact, they rose to popularity in the US when headlines touted their potency with unsubstantiated claims that one dab was as strong as five joints. While the act of consuming concentrates has become common among American cannabis users, hardly… Keep Reading

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High Folks: La Kia Gooch is Fighting to Stand Out

Editor’s Note: Welcome to our newest bi-weekly column, High Folks: the cannabis-infused version of Humans of New York, in which we take an intimate look at people’s relationships with our most beloved plant. The connection between humans and cannabis is primal, dynamic, and profound. But it’s something that’s increasingly overlooked in the new age of weed. So… Keep Reading

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Why the Women of Broad City are the Stoner Heroines We’ve Been Waiting For

When the cultural history of marijuana is recounted, the women of Broad City will be ranked alongside Willie Nelson, Dennis Peron, Bob Marley, and Jeffrey Lebowski as some of its most groundbreaking and influential 420 icons. Lead characters Abbi Abrams and Ilana Wexler (played by the show’s creators, Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer) have given… Keep Reading

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Amir K. Went All-In on His Dreams and is Now One of L.A.’s Adored Comedians

A black snap-back hat and a black hooded sweatshirt are part of Amir K’s signature style and current wardrobe as he welcomes me into his home office. Outfitted with acoustic foam and haphazard recording equipment, he’s appropriately named the space “placebo studios.” The outside rain makes it surprisingly cozy.  [Laughs] “We got a candle, we… Keep Reading

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10 Video Games to Play High as Hell in 2019

There’s nothing in this massive universe like smoking a bowl and melting into the couch with a captivating game at your fingertips. The holidays just passed, which means millions of people have new games they’re battling through to conquer. The only problem is that once the game’s over, you need a new one to fill… Keep Reading

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Book Review: “Where There’s Smoke” Will Light a Fire in You

“There is nothing inherently ecological about the cannabis plant. The environmental problems associated with cannabis are problems of social policy. The ecological impacts are the result of prohibitionist policy regimes that began in the early part of the 20th Century.” Dr. Anthony Silvaggio, author of two chapters in Where There’s Smoke: The Environmental Science, Public… Keep Reading

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Antonio Bascaro: Father. War Hero. Longest Living Pot Prisoner

As we put to rest 2018, Antonio Bascaro—the longest-serving non-violent federal cannabis prisoner—endured his last Christmas behind bars. After nearly 39 years in prison, he is finally scheduled to be released in June of 2019. Bascaro, an 84-year-old Cuban war hero, has suffered in prison since 1980 for conspiracy to import and distribute cannabis. Prior… Keep Reading

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10 Movies To Look Forward To During the First Half of 2019

The pop-culture sphere may still be buzzing about last year’s films in the buildup to award season, but stoners are already looking forward to the next batch of entertaining movies they get to see in theaters. From action-packed thrillers to stoner comedies, 2019 looks like it will be stacked full of enjoyable titles for moviegoers… Keep Reading

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Canadian Citizen Sentenced to Death in China for Alleged Role in Drug Ring

A Canadian citizen has been sentenced to death by a Chinese court for his alleged role in a drug ring that attempted to export methamphetamine to Australia. The Dalian Intermediate People’s Court in China’s northeast province of Liaoning handed down the death sentence against Robert Lloyd Schellenberg of Abbotsford, B.C. in a hastily staged retrial of an earlier conviction… Keep Reading

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Man Leaves Two Pounds of Pot in Uber, is Arrested Trying to Retrieve It

A Pennsylvania man who left two pounds of pot in an Uber driver’s vehicle was arrested by police when he tried to retrieve the weed. Malik Mollett, 21, was arrested by undercover state troopers on January 9, according to media reports. Mollett had hailed a Uber near Pittsburgh late last month, but at the end of… Keep Reading

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