The artist is not bound by medium, but her work has a consistent MO: “My message was, and still is, focused on showcasing the beauty and diversity of cannabis users and culture.”
Cash Only witnessed a marijuana milestone at the opening of New York's first licensed recreational cannabis dispensary, Housing Works. Watch what went down at the historic event.
The talented young musician behind "Two Birds" came through to talk about his love-hate relationship with weed, including how it can relieve (or enhance) OCD symptoms, as well as make you think you're a dolphin.
The duo behind one of the most interesting design-forward cannabis lifestyle brands came through to talk about terpene-rich flower strains, whether weed is considered "cool" right now, and their infamous Gilded Grinder.
Unsurprisingly, weed journalists know a ton about the plant and have very specific taste about which cannabis strains and 420 products are standouts in an oversaturated market. Here, 11 experts shoutout their favorites.
The Italian adult entertainer came through to discuss her loyalty to edibles, why she won't shoot until after a shoot wraps, and the smut legends she'd love to sesh with one day.
The author of the best new book on bud came correct! Noah discusses stealing homegrown weed from Cantor Bob as a teen, tripping hard at the Salvador Dali museum, and why it's time to get Joe Biden stoned.
The smoke-friendly smut queen talks about giving up on learning how to roll joints, trying DMT for the first time with crypto bros, and how she's accidentally productive while stoned.
The very fun and very funny founder of Edie Parker and Flower by Edie Parker came through to chat about love, design, and the increasing ties between fashion and cannabis.
The veteran cannabis writer is a real-deal smoker who chiefs no less than a dozen joints a day and still hits his deadlines. In an interview, Harris talks about his rolling rigamarole, preferring savory strains, and his appreciation of simple but solid