As a weed columnist, the most frequent question I hear is "How the hell did you get this job?
A couple weekends ago I hosted a tour of cannabis dispensaries.
A look back at the O.G. predecessor to the vaporizer craze
The other night I was puffing on one of my vaporizers and working on a piece on the history of vaporization.
"Donald Trump, Donald Tramp living in the men's shelter/Wonder Bread bag shoes and singing Helter Skelter" FROM THE SONG "JOHNNY RYALL" BY THE BEASTIE BOYS Since Nov 5, the question I've been asked most often, and primarily in tones of anguish and fear: "What do you think Trump is going to do about cannabis?"
A hilarious review on the "ladies only" vape pen.
This one's for the ladies Editor's Note: This week we intended to debut our new Smoke Signals writer, Josh Jardine, who brings a humorous and informative take on the cannabis industry in Oregon and beyond.
Every year, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health asks Americans about their use of cannabis and other drugs. The results of the 2015 survey, released recently, show that 8.3 percent of Americans aged 12 and up said they had used cannabis at least once in the past month.
Research uncovers surprising data about traffic deaths and weed consumption
The word "billion" comes up a lot when discussing cannabis use in the United States these days. For starters, Colorado surpassed $1 billion in cannabis sales in 2016.
As a bad year comes to a close, Smoke Signals considers the best strains of 2016. The strains making the list are both strong sellers in Bend, Portland and elsewhere in Oregon, as well as those that have increased greatly in popularity over the past year.
This week, Smoke Signals goes around the world in cannabis news, starting in the Great White North: Legalization in Alaska
As Smoke Signals noted a few weeks ago, Denver took a big leap forward last month by becoming the first major city to legalize "social" use of cannabis. After Colorado legalized cannabis in 2014, Denverites began exploring the limits of the new law.