I've written in the past about how my work within the music and cannabis industries has been most complementary, how cannabis has saved my sanity during numerous tours, and how offering up cannabis products to touring bands has saved theirs.
How a dusty Oregon border town got its mojo back, and (presumably) doubled its city budget
The Associated Press and the Idaho Statesman, which I believe are a part of the deeply feared and dreaded "opposition party" Emperor Pussy Grabber has spoken of, both ran pieces this week that give us some insight to just how much people enjoy cannabis.
Spoiler: Someone pukes in a cat box.
A cannabis delivery service skirts the laws in NYC—and seems to get
away with it
(I'm a 40 something white guy.
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.