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California Restaurant Publicly Calls out Weed Dispensary Over Name

By | September 4th, 2018|Business, California, News|

The owners of the Fumé Bistro, a restaurant and bar in California’s Napa Valley, are unhappy with a cannabis delivery service’s decision to use a similar name for its business. Terry Letson, chef and one of the restaurant’s four owners, told local media that the name of the new cannabis delivery dispensary Napa Valley Fumé is causing [...]

New York City’s Higher Standards Elevates the Head Shop Experience

By | September 4th, 2018|Accessories, Business, Culture, New York City|

Shacked up in New York City’s bustling indoor Chelsea Market, head shop Higher Standards blends in with the other upscale stores selling designer eyewear, vegan sushi, and swanky hot sauce. And keeping up with its classy neighbors, the Higher Standards flagship store offers its customers an elevated head shop experience catered to their curiosity. Customer-Focused [...]

MedMen Acquires Rights to Woodstock Brand for New Product Line

By | August 28th, 2018|Business, dispensary, featured, MedMen, News|

Cannabis dispensary titan MedMen has signed an exclusive licensing agreement with the infamous Woodstock brand, as well as Woodstock Cannabis Company. MedMen will be able to use the famed ‘Woodstock’ name on a new line of cannabis products set to be made and sold in California, Nevada, Arizona, Illinois, Massachusetts, and Florida. “The Woodstock festival [...]

Wall Street Analyst Estimates US Cannabis Market Will Reach $47 Billion

By | August 22nd, 2018|Business, economy, News, stocks|

For years, “$20 billion by 2020” was an oft-heard refrain from market analysts who saw a bright and prosperous future for the legal cannabis industry. Now, with that horizon fast-approaching, analysts are setting their sights on what the next decade has in store. And one analyst, RBC Capital Markets’ Nik Modi, is seeing green. Analyst [...]

High Times IPO Will Be First To Accept Bitcoin and Ethereum

By | August 2nd, 2018|Business, featured, investing, NASDAQ, News, stocks|

Trusted cannabis brand High Times announced today that it will become the first ever stock offering to accept cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. Its current equity-crowdfunding process, under Regulation A+, has already begun the process of bringing in cryptocurrencies. According to High Times CEO Adam Levin, the addition of cryptocurrencies as an option is to [...]

The Top 5 Marijuana Stocks To Watch in 2018

By | July 20th, 2018|Business, Charts + Pricing, featured, pot stocks, stock market|

Today, few things seem surer than an investment in cannabis stocks. As legal barriers to cannabis fall in markets around the globe, tremendous opportunities are emerging for the knowledgeable investor. The cannabis sector’s legal and economic landscapes are rapidly shifting, making keeping up to date with the latest moves of the market a must. But [...]

The Weird and Wonderful World of Las Vegas Weed Culture

By | July 10th, 2018|Business, featured, las vegas, Music, Nevada, tourism|

The party bus is a Las Vegas staple. Hop on board with a few of your pals and cruise around the Strip while taking in the sights and energy of Sin City, typically with a beverage in hand. Some buses come with a bar, others come with a stripper pole, but Herbology Tours is putting [...]

How Cheap Can Legal Marijuana Get?

By | July 5th, 2018|Business, featured, legalization, Oregon|

When legal recreational marijuana sales began in the Pacific Northwest in 2014, prices were as high as $30 per gram for flower. “My hope is on my home state of Oregon to ramp up production and bottom-out prices,” I wrote for High Times. “I want to see a $50 legal ounce before 2020, dammit!” That [...]

New Regulations May Spark Canada’s Craft Cannabis Revolution

By | June 28th, 2018|Business, canada, legalization|

While legalization in Canada is delayed until October 17th, 2018, Canadians are celebrating as micro-licenses are finally coming out, ushering in the second wave of legalization. These micro-licenses are revolutionary for the industry, including smaller cultivators and processors more able to adapt to local consumer demand. Additionally, black-market genetics will finally be regulated, opening up [...]

Is Cannabis the Cure for Rural Unemployment?

By | June 28th, 2018|Business, Culture, economy, environment, farming, featured|

For those of us living in cities, the memories of the 2007 economic crash are a distant memory. But for our neighbors in rural counties, the ghosts of the depression are still haunting vacant towns where farming and manufacturing used to thrive. According to the Economic Research Service arm of the USDA, rural and metro [...]