Wonderstruck, director Todd Haynes' newest film, was a film festival darling at Cannes, and is set to receive even more attention as the Centerpiece of the New York Film Festival next month. The movie, an adaptation of a book of the same name by Hugo author Brian Selznick, takes place in two different eras where

Why Colorado Tokers Love Toxic Kool Aid

Thursday, 21 September 2017 by

The phrase “drink the Kool-Aid” is commonly used when talking about letting hype or peer pressure affect a decision, but it has pretty morbid origins. The saying stems from the 1978 Jonestown tragedy, in which over 900 followers of cult leader Jim Jones died from drinking a cyanide-laced version of the juice mix. Don’t let

All photos courtesy of @WhereYouSmoke @WhereYouSmoke sprouted in a moment shared between a spliff and the great outdoors. Run by an anonymous artist who grew up in LA, the Instagram account and online platform celebrates cannabis lovers who like to light up alongside Mother Nature. Each week, we've asked @WhereYouSmoke to share a few favorite

All photos courtesy of Peter "Big Pete" James When Peter "Big Pete" James first got involved with The Outlaws in the mid-90s, the motorcycle club was involved in a vicious war with The Hells Angels for control of Chicago. The Angels were trying to move in and establish a foothold in the city and The

Recreational cannabis use is legal in Washington, D.C., but thanks to the District’s lack of statehood and some pesky legislation handed down from Congress, the East Coast hub hasn’t been able to set up a system for adult use retail marijuana. The awkward set of regulations has created a cannabis industry based on overpriced consumer products

With Nevada’s recreational cannabis market still only months old, and a vast majority of the industry located in or around Las Vegas, the Clark County Commissioners office has had their work cut out for them. Through a hasty early retail sales start, distribution issues, product shortages and pressure from the gambling industry, Las Vegas regulators have certainly

For more than a year, The American Legion has been calling on the federal government – and specifically the Veterans Affairs Department – to support research into the therapeutic benefits of cannabis in treating veterans with PTSD. Many veterans, especially Iraq and Afghanistan combat veterans, have told both the Legion and NORML that they have

The residents of Milford have voted to add their town to the growing list of Massachusetts municipalities that have banned recreational marijuana businesses from their area. The referendum passed on Tuesday with support from 56.3 percent of the voters. Before the ban becomes official, a Town Meeting vote must also be held to create the

Momentum for federal cannabis reform may be slowing down under the current presidential administration, but the industry has never had more lobbyists in Washington, D.C., than it does now. And few have been lobbying longer than the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, which visited Capitol Hill last week to advocate for a

When Ty Dolla $ign released his last track, the poppy, Skrillex and Damian Marley-assisted “So Am I,” we worried that his label was waiting for a radio hit before allowing his next album to come out. Thankfully, we were just being paranoid. Ty announced today that his next album, Beach House 3, will be dropping