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Q&A: What is it like to be high?

Many factors can impact the experience of being high, including product, place and people.

What can’t you infuse in Washington?

Don’t expect cannabis ice cream anytime soon.

Cannabis inspires fashion, art and media in the Northwest

Whether it’s clothes, glass art, photography or paraphernalia, ‘stoner culture’ has inspired all sorts of artists.

Biodynamic growing prospers at GlenTucky

From wine to weed to medicinal plants, Mike Benziger is a pioneer.

Marijuana-fueled magician amazes audiences

Any old parlor magician can pull a rabbit out of a hat or a coin from behind your ear, but there’s a Seattle-area magician that can pull a joint out …

Brewing up buds: Beverages companies enter cannabis game

The alcohol industry has seen sales dropping since 2006, especially in states that have legalized cannabis.

Stars and strains: The rise of astrology

What’s your sign?

Humming Hemp offers new options for fans of healthy eating

“I was impressed with how passionate they were about hemp. They truly believed in it.”

Resources for your canna-education

Is this the year that you become more literate in legal cannabis?

Strain of the Month: Albino Kush

Albino Kush fits the definition of ‘craft cannabis.’

Kevin Smith brings stoner heroes to Washington

Marijuana remains a passion for the rebooted, post-heart attack director Kevin Smith.

Local shops entice customers with loyalty programs

While coupons and gift certificates are not allowed at cannabis retailers, discounts and sales are fair game.

Q&A: Decoding Cannabis Labels

Cannabis labels include a wealth of information, but can often be difficult to read and understand.

Go to The Source: Spokane company creates, sells CBD

“We specialize in the major and minor cannabinoids and how they interact with each other,” said Shaun McHenry, owner of The Source CBD.

What to binge during holiday travel

The holidays are a great time to catch up on buzzworthy shows you haven’t watched yet.

Authors explain science of cannabis and how it works

Aliza Sherman and Dr. Junella Chin explore how cannabis can be used to treat a range of conditions.

What’s the point of a website age gate?

Age verification systems demonstrate that a company takes steps to prevent minors from accessing their products.

Cannabis industry concerned about unknowns of current flavored vape ban

The Food and Drug Administration and CDC both released warnings in September, urging those who use vaping devices not to buy them “off the street” or to modify e-cigarettes or …

The CBDs of Skincare

You know that if the Kardashians are doing something, it’s a legit trend.

Star Wars inspires creativity in the cannabis world

Since “Star Wars” came out 40 years ago, there have been many strains named in reference to the epic space adventure.

Ganja gifts for cannabis fans

Whether you’re shopping for friends or making your own wish list, here are some ideas if you’re looking to have a “green” Christmas.

DOPE magazine founders debut Farechild Events

After organizing DOPE Magazine events, Zachodni and Tran decided to make it easier to produce cannabis events nationwide.

Strain of the Month: Black Mamba

Very frosty, mixed with light and dark green hues, highlighted with fine reddish, golden pistils.

Season of giving: Cannabis companies face challenges when donating

While non-profit organizations often depend on local support, many aren’t willing or able to accept donations from the legal cannabis industry.

Glassblowers give back with annual toy drive

About 50 glass artists participate in Brandon Welk’s annual toy drive to give kids in need something special for the holidays.

Biochar creates a ‘happy habitat’ for cannabis plants

A new-but-old option growing technique Biochar is a soil additive from Third Eye Organix, a family-operated company based in Spokane.

Smaller farms hope to benefit from LCB proposals

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board is seeking to allow smaller cannabis growers to increase their size, along with other legislative proposals.

Strain of the Month: LA Cookies

The spicy myrcene comes through as minty with a slight marigold scent from the female parent while the male side provides a nice citrus background.

Cannabis apps are at your fingertips

You use apps for just about everything. Do you use them for cannabis?

Billows of Haze gets creative with hybrids, names

Three years ago, Alyse Honnold faced a choice: go to school for a master’s degree in physical therapy or expand her medical cannabis growing operation into the adult-use/recreational market.