Forty-one years after a similar stunt took place, the famous HOLLYWOOD sign in Griffith Park was transformed into HOLLYWEED sometime during New Year's Eve. No one has yet taken credit for the prank.
While pens are for the on-the-go vaper, desktop vaporizers remain the at-home industry standard. Here are five worth purchasing.
As soon as American innovators saw the budding legitimacy of big-time cannabusiness, they got to work ushering in a new age of grow and intake technology to meet and even create demand.
Which portable vaporizer should you buy? Here are five solid choices: DaVinci Ascent, Dr. Dabber Ghost, Magic Flight Launch Box, Storz & Bickel's Mighty and Ploom's Pax 2.
Everybody's doing it, so why not 311? The veteran rap-rock-reggae band has launched their own disposable vape pen model, the Grassroots Uplifter. It's filled with 500 mg of DJ Short Blueberry cannabis oil.
The first celebrity to bring his or her branded marijuana strains to the market in 2016 is none other than CelebStoner of the Year Tommy Chong.
British singer Nellie McKay has a new cause: cannabis. She dresses up in a a pot leaf outfit, goes greenface and even raps in her holiday season video, "Weed (That's All I Want for Christmas)."
Cannabis was in the headlines this year, but a lot of the news was negative, like the defeat of Issue 3 in Ohio, the increase in arrests and the continuation of player suspensions for pot in the NFL. The good news? Bernie Sanders took a stand against prohibition, Jamaica and Delaware removed penalties for possession, and DEA head Michele Leonhart was ousted.
It's three strikes and you're benched in the NBA when it comes to using illegal substances, including cannabis. For Hornet forward Al Jefferson, his third violation has resulted in a five-game suspension, announced Dec. 9.
More than 40 women are featured in the December issue of Freedom Leaf, including Whoopi Goldberg (on the cover), Ann Druyan (of "Cosmos" fame) and ASA executive director Steph Sherer.