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It's taken over a year, but the owners of the infamous Circus of Books WeHo recently revealed that the iconic adult book store located on the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and N. La Jolla Avenue, is finally closing...
West Hollywood Mayor John Heilman, Mayor Pro-Tempore John Duran and council member Lindsey Horvath took a moment to honor East LA native Richard “Cheech” Moran and Canadian born Tommy Chong of the comedy duo Cheech and Chong. The city...
Canadian Holding Co, MedMen branded, LA-area dispensary enjoying record popularity. Canadian based Captor Capital Corp provided an update last week on the popularity of the two I-5 Holdings' owned, MedMen branded dispensaries in the Los Angeles area following the legalization...
Recreational marijuana sales will be legal in California come Monday morning, but Angelenos will have to wait a day — and will have limited options — if they want to buy cannabis without taking a road trip. As of Friday...
By MICHAEL R. BLOOD, Associated Press LOS ANGELES — There will be no legal pot party in Los Angeles on Jan. 1. California kicks off recreational sales on New Year's Day, becoming the largest state in the nation with legal marijuana. But...
The City of West Hollywood has been at the forefront of the national discussion about decriminalizing the use of cannabis and the City has a long track record of supporting cannabis use for medicinal purposes and, more recently, in...
Yvonne DeLaRosa Green, award-winning actress and activist as well as founder of the world's first upscale dispensary (99 High Art) and the luxury medical cannabis brand 99 High Tide, was awarded the 2017 "Business Woman of the Year" award...
Los Angeles City Council President Herb J. Wesson, Jr. led the Los Angeles City Council today in adopting reasonable regulations governing the cannabis industry while protecting neighborhoods and schools. Three separate ordinances detail the new rules, which together establish citywide...
State Treasurer John Chiang released a report this month outlining steps California can take to address the lack of banking services that force much of the cannabis industry to operate in cash. “It is unfair and a public safety risk...
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