Amsterdam Canal. Photo Credit: Zena Velasquez When traveling abroad, habitual cannabis consumers—particularly those from a place where they can legally purchase cannabis from a state-regulated dispensary—want to know if they can continue to (legally) use cannabis in their destination. There are, of course, the well-known destinations that attract cannabis tourism, … [Read more...] about Cannabis in Europe: Amsterdam and Beyond
Tourists Could Be Banned From Amsterdam’s Famous Coffee Shops
Photo by: Maria DiPietro Written by Rita Thompson Amsterdam could be banning tourists from their cannabis-friendly coffee shops in an effort to improve locals' quality of life. Tourism Taking Over Currently home to 1.1 million people, the city attracts almost 17 times their population in visitors per year. The main attraction for many being the city’s famous … [Read more...] about Tourists Could Be Banned From Amsterdam’s Famous Coffee Shops
The Digital Dime: 2/21/2020
By Samantha Wahl Following important cannabis news articles every day can be a real burn-out, we know. That’s why the Emerald rolls up a chronicle of the headiest news hits, and passes them to you at the end of each week. We Bring You: The Digital Dime. New York's Strict Medical Programs Hurt Cannabis Businesses It’s no secret that New York’s medical cannabis … [Read more...] about The Digital Dime: 2/21/2020
Is Amsterdam Nearing the end of Its Infamous Red Light District?
Amsterdam has been long known for its relaxed stance on both cannabis and prostitution. Since the cities earliest days, residents have been legally protected to do as they please with their bodies, many of whom turn to the city’s red light district to sell sexual favors. However, with sightseers and foreigners continuously flooding the district for tours of what some call … [Read more...] about Is Amsterdam Nearing the end of Its Infamous Red Light District?