The founder of the first dedicated cannabis and sex PR firm is a ganja goddess with excellent taste. The MAVPR boss chatted with Cash Only about her perfect spliff recipe, being very prepared for pot picnics, and crystal ball pipes.
The NYC-based video artist came through to discuss her fairly new relationship with weed, including her boyfriend's homegrown bud, how smoking benefits her writing, and the haircut-focused Pinterest board she adds to when she's very stoned.
The illustrator is known for his ongoing comic that explores that many flaws, barriers-to-entry, and bureaucratic headaches that plague the cannabis industry. Here, Box explains his motivations behind the series and details his love of solventless hash and designer glass.
In a long and very fun interview, the most interesting man in adult entertainment talks about how marijuana changed his life after a horrible motorcycle accident, his passionate relationship with juggling, and how weed pairs well with ASMR porn.
Cash Only’s 420 Recs is an ongoing series where interesting folks offer recommendations for all things 420 — what strains they like, what weed products are blowing their minds, and what they like to do once stoned. Trey Smith is perpetually chill.
The media legend, known for building (or honing) Bust, Jezebel, Broadly, and Viceland, is a pothead with strong convictions and taste. Here, Tracie offers some solid recs, including her own podcast "Pot Psychology" and lifestyle shop, Pipe Dreams.
The VP of Content at the world's most infamous cannabis publication obviously has some strong opinions about his pot preferences. Here, Cappetta weighs in on daytime strains, legit medical products, and his favorite High Times covers from the past.
The writer and filmmaker served 21 years in prison for a weed and LSD conspiracy charge. Now, he makes next-level crime docs and has unique thoughts about weed as a former pot prisoner and victim of the War on Drugs.
The prolific cannabis writer and investigative reporter walks the walk when it comes to weed, and she has some specific thoughts about personal pot preferences, policies regarding receiving product samples, and getting her boyfriend to share a joint.
The writer known for New York Mag's "Are U Coming?" party column talks about writing sober but editing stoned, ethics regarding consuming drugs with a subject, and how weed has recently infiltrated fashion parties.