Culture & Arts

Marijuana Culture and the Arts.

As states continue to legalize, cannabis-based edibles and spa treatments are ready and waiting for you on your next visit to a luxury hotel or resort.

When your friend says they’re coming over with some “dank” weed, they’re immediately setting the expectations high.

Leave it to California to combine high-end cuisine with the kind of ingredients that might actually get you high.

“I think legalization has made functional glass art more appealing to the masses. The donuts seem to cross many demographics, because you can now purchase an intricate piece of art without worries of it getting taken by the police.”

We gathered a list of ten people combining food and cannabis in creative ways that are heavy on quality ingredients and technique. These people have scads of knowledge to drop.

Like a wine sommelier, a good ganja somm knows how to pair customers and cannabis products.

Recent News Articles

Sunday August 18

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in Shopping

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

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Monday August 19

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in Cannabis News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

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Monday August 19

‘The system is swamped.’ Canada can’t keep up with requests to study cannabis

in Medical News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

The Canadian government is scrambling to respond to a glut of license applications for cannabis…

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Tuesday August 20

Wasn’t the DEA Going to Let Others Grow Research-Grade Cannabis?

in Science

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Arizona-based researcher Dr. Sue Sisley is spearheading an extraordinary lawsuit against the U.S. Drug Enforcement…

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Tuesday August 20

California’s legal marijuana will outsell the black market in 5 years, forecast says

in U.S. News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

California’s black market for marijuana still rakes in more cash than the state’s legal cannabis…

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