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Inside Amsterdam’s Hash Marihuana & Hemp MuseumKarina Hof - Published on May 1, 2018Read more
From 17th-century artwork to an exhibition of “Women of Cannabis,” discover what goes on at Amsterdam’s famous hemp museum.
‘These Two Worlds Are Struggling to Integrate’: The Complexity of Cannabis and Art TherapyBailey Rahn - Published on April 5, 2018Read more
Although cannabis has the potential to enhance the experience of art therapy, its use is restricted in the practice. Learn more about this conundrum from an art therapist’s perspective.
Ex-Cops Are Cashing in on Cannabis. Is That Okay?David Bienenstock - Published on January 3, 2018Read more
Toronto’s ex-police chief is now in the cannabis biz. Those he arrested are excluded. There’s a right & a wrong way to do that pivot, says David Bienenstock.
A New Generation Opens Up About the ‘Grass’ in BluegrassAlexa Peters - Published on December 15, 2017Read more
With roots in conservative Appalachia, bluegrass isn’t known for its embrace of cannabis. But in studio and on the road, it helps the music flow.
The Kid Won’t Quit the Company: Inside the Epic Battle for MassRootsPeter Hecht - Published on December 13, 2017Read more
In 2016 MassRoots was “The Biggest Hit in the Marijuana Business.” Then it lost millions and fired CEO Isaac Dietrich. Now it’s hard to know who’s in charge.
The Top THC-Dominant Strains of Washington State in Fall 2017Leafly Staff - Published on November 30, 2017Read more
These 10 strains (and their growers) each offered something unique among the sea of cannabis available throughout the state of Washington.
Across State Lines: One Medical Cannabis Refugee’s Journey to Colorado and BackHannah Meadows - Published on November 21, 2017Read more
Barry Lauder was diagnosed with MS in his mid-twenties. He sought Colorado’s medical cannabis to ease his symptoms and ultimately change his perspective.
Marijuana Prohibition Began With These Arrests in 1937Daniel Glick - Published on October 2, 2017Read more
Cannabis was federally outlawed 80 years ago, and two Denver men happened to be the first Drug War victims. Here are their stories.
The Dianne Feinstein Mystery: Why Is She California’s Last Prohibitionist?Peter Hecht - Published on September 25, 2017Read more
She announced her re-election bid this morning. But will her drug warrior ways hurt her chances for another term?
Taking Drugged Driving Seriously: What Does the Science Say?David Bienenstock - Published on September 21, 2017Read more
Recent headlines raised fears about stoned driving. We looked at the data and found a different story.