Robert Flannery of Dr. Robb Farms discusses bringing modern agricultural science to cannabis grows and introduces a new favorite euphemism for our favorite plant.
Leafly news editor Bruce Barcott joins the show to talk about the myths surrounding cannabis dispensaries, and why legalization advocates still have work to do setting the record straight.
Retired NBA star turned cannabis entrepreneur Al Harrington joins the show to talk about Viola—both the brand he leads and grandma that inspired him to start it.
This week, we revisit a conversation recorded earlier this year between Will and pop punk band Potty Mouth about good times, bad times, and the role cannabis plays in their creative process.
President Trump pardoned 12 longtime cannabis prisoners on his final full day in office. We spoke with one of them.
In this special holiday bonus episode Bruce talks with Melissa Maerz, author of "Alright, Alright, Alright: The Oral History of Richard Linklater's Dazed and Confused."
Richard DeLisi was sent to prison decades ago, caught in a marijuana sting operation. He'll finally walk free next month. We talk to one of the lawyers who helped make it happen.
Former NBA all-star Shawn Kemp is opening Seattle's first Black-owned cannabis store. But is it really?
Welcome to Croptober, when the cannabis harvest comes in and weed prices drop—usually. But not this year. What gives?
The legendary musician talks with Leafly's David Downs about cannabis, creativity, wisdom, and living the good life.
Cannabis was just the beginning. Drug Policy Alliance's Kassandra Frederique talks with The Roll-up crew about the future of drug reform.
Does cannabis really enhance creativity? Yes, and it's complicated.
Oil, wax, shatter, budder, keif, hash, rosin: All this and an interview with The Dank Duchess.