It wasn't exactly the Stoner Bowl of two years ago when Seattle trounced Denver. But Super Bowl 50 featured the Broncos again, representing the Mile High city and state. In a defensive struggle, they defeated Carolina, 24-14.
LAPCG, Bud & Roses and Green Goddess are the first medical marijuana shops in the country to carry the new Marley Natural line of cannabis products. The strains in stock are Sensi Star, Platinum Girl Scout Cookies, Blue Mountain Fire and C-3P0.
Medical marijuana advocate and rock singer Melissa Etheridge took center stage at the Women Grow Leadership Summit in Denver, talking about how cannabis helped her combat breast cancer and when she first started smoking pot as a music student at Berklee in Boston.
Snoop Dogg will soon have some competition from Wiz Khalifa in Denver's booming legal weed market. Leafs by Snoop products are currently available at LivWell stores, and on 4/20 RiverRock's two shops will offer Khalifa Kush and other branded Wiz products.
One after another, former NFL players are calling on the league to allow marijuana as an alternative to numbing pharmaceuticals. In the last week, Jim McMahon, Ricky Williams and Kyle Turley have challenged the NFL's intransigence on the drug issue.
Fans of the Black Keys will like this smoldering slab of stoner rock, courtesy of King Mud. "Smoked all my bud," Freddie J IV growls. "My juicy nug baby, give me a hug baby."
In a video produced to show his support for Bernie Sanders, Tommy Chong calls the Vermont Senator and presidential candidate the "Commander in Kush," and encourages voters to "light up for progress and change."
The longtime leader of High Times, Michael Kennedy, succumbed to cancer in New York on Jan. 25. A large crowd attended his memorial service on Jan. 28. Kennedy was 78 years old.
Celebrities keep jumping on the legal weed bandwagon. The latest is former NBA All-Star Cliff Robinson, who's says he's opening a store called Uncle Spliffy in Portland, where he began his career as a Blazer.
Conservative pro-pot pundit Andrew Sullivan is among the stellar cast of speakers scheduled for the International Cannabis Business Conference in San Francisco on Feb. 13-14. In advance of his keynote, Sullivan offers some strong opinions about Donald Trump.