We often find ourselves scrolling through Instagram with a little buzz and falling in love with the work of the uninhibited makeup artist. Whether it’s the signature look of an internet personality or the experimentation of a celebrity M.U.A., these are the looks that we can’t stop staring at. High folks, here we are again for a looky loo, gathering up the cutest makeup … [Read more...] about Libra Season Looks: Our Hella Creative Sun Sign Favs
Dabs are great, don’t get me wrong. But there’s lots of reasons to keep it to a minimum, like the prospect of a too-high-tolerance, or even weed’s Voldemort—Cannabis Hyperemesis Syndrome. Either way, it never really occurred to me to replace a typical flower combustion sesh with a conservative dab because the hardware is so daunting. Workouts are not my fav—even though they … [Read more...] about I Dabbed Before Going to the Gym and This is What Happened
Recently, while speaking at September’s Cannabis as a Catalyst for Change conference, hemp farmer and activist Winona LaDuke put a challenge to the cannabis community—work towards leaving an honorable legacy. To an audience of farmers, educators, and investors gathered by Flow Kana, a California-based cannabis corporation that distributes the flower of small scale, sun grown … [Read more...] about Winona LaDuke at Cannabis as a Catalyst for Change: Let’s Be the Kind of Ancestors that Our Descendants will be Proud Of
All hail lady leaf! We’re finally seeing the sun break over the mountain. Though she rises in the east, the dawn of the social cannabis era is illuminating the West Coast, who after three years of recreational cannabis programs has finally allowed social cannabis consumption in the City of Los Angeles. Though its cousin to the north—San Francisco—has a lounge or two, … [Read more...] about Prohibition is (Almost) Over: Lowell Cafe Opens This Week in West Hollywood
With one of the largest grey markets, New York City is one of the most sativa soaked places on Earth, and new data from the Department of Health has proved that to be truer than first assumed. The usually terrible New York Post recently dropped that young New Yorkers are holding the torch—literally. Is anyone really shocked at this? Cannabis is a multi-millennia old … [Read more...] about Op-Ed: One Third of Young New Yorkers Love Cannabis; White People Smoke More Weed Than People of Color, Now What?