The cast of Bored to Death made for pretty persuasive partiers consuming booze and pot on screen during the cult favorite’s three-season run, but behind the scenes creator Jonathan Ames might have pushed star Ted Danson a little too far one night – with an assist from one of Danson’s ... More »
Trained drug detection officers couldn't tell the difference between hibiscus plants and pot plants. A Buffalo Township, Pennsylvania couple has filed a lawsuit against township police and an insurance company in the wake of a misbegotten drug raid that netted only hibiscus plants. Show More Summary
While you may be excited for upcoming holiday feasts, you're probably dreading the consequent weight gain. If you're looking to actually shed some pounds this season, we've got the perfect options for you. From hearty beef to savoryShow More Summary
I threw pots today like it's my job: big bowls, small bowls, mugs. So many! Awesome, right? Right! But now my hands and wrists are sore - not like carpal-tunnel-sore, more like worked-out-really-hard-at-the-gym sore. Luckily the intertubes...Show More Summary
Headlines declaring the "first marijuana overdose" are sensational and misleading. A local Colorado NBC-affiliated news station recently ran a misleading and irresponsible story with the headline “Colorado doctors claim first marijuana...Show More Summary
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On probation for a bloody 1999 gang murder, Miguel Valdes takes a host of pills to keep his longtime schizophrenia in check. Now, he can also legally use another medicine … Click to Continue »
SARVER, Pa. (AP) — A couple who say they were handcuffed for hours in a police patrol car after their hibiscus plants were confused for marijuana are suing the police and an insurance company.
Nine years ago, a trove of intricate gold artifacts were uncovered at a little-known archaeological site in Panama. The treasures dating from over 1,000 years ago included gold beads, strange ceramic pots, and chest plates engraved with delicate designs in forms such as a squid and human face.
The best part of Jusgo Supermarket in Duluth is the food court, a quick study of regional Chinese cuisines. Craft your own Sichuan-style dry hot pots at Uncle Zhu, and try Cantonese barbecue at BBQ Corner.
The Keystone pipeline leaked, spilling 5,000 gallons of oil near the small South Dakota town of Amherst. White House Legislative Director Marc Short assures the nation that there is no hypocrisy involved in President Donald Trump's condemnation...Show More Summary
TORONTO (Reuters) - A former Canadian police chief and several colleagues who fought against making marijuana use legal have switched sides and embraced the looming legalization of cannabis with a leap into business.
Many folks are busy gearing up for some serious holiday cooking next week. Refrigerator space has been cleared and the complex dance of musical chairs has been choreographed. (Except in this case, instead of people, we have pots and pans; and instead of chairs, we have the lineup of stovetop, oven, slow cooker, and roaster.) […]
Plus: Anthony Bourdain checks out Seattle's weed scene, and a weird rant at zoning board meeting goes awry. by Amber Cortes Anthony Bourdain, a fan of craft alcohol and hand-trimmed weed. DANIEL ZUCHNIK VIA GETTY IMAGES This week, Jeff...Show More Summary
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In the state of Minnesota, an appeal to the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals is likely inspiring the state's residents to make the switch from traditional landline telephones to VoIP telephones. The state has posed the following (potentially hyperbolic) question that the court will likely avoid answering: Whether the......
There will be no cannabis cappuccinos or drone deliveries in California under the new pot rules state officials released Thursday that regulate everything from who can legally sell and deliver marijuana to how it must be packaged and...Show More Summary
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