- Advertisement -My 12 Step Store

Cannabis

420TV, the premium cannabis news, entertainment and lifestyle channel set to launch in early 2018, has announced a new original production featuring cannabis icon Dr. Dina, crowned the “Queen of Medical Marijuana in LA” by Rolling Stone Magazine and “Pot...
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...
Weed's almost legal in California, snitches, and we're on board in a big way. In early 2018, we'll be cutting the ribbon on the country's first-ever cannabis dispensary in a hotel. Specifically, The Standard, Hollywood will be home to...
By JONATHAN J. COOPER, Associated Press California officials on Friday pulled an ad aimed at discouraging stoned driving after critics said it glorified and promoted marijuana use. The public service announcement was rolled out as California began allowing licensed stores to sell...
Happy New Year Cannabis lovers!  As of January 1, the sale of recreational Marijuana becomes legal in the state of CA and cannabis-laced foods and snacks will become locally accessible for recreational consumption. But not so fast. Don’t count on...
Looking for the perfect stocking stuffers this festive season? Get high these holidays and turn that token gift into a toke-en gift with these Cannabis Christmas goodies. GOOD FORTUNE Give the girl in your life exactly what she wants, a 24...
Comedy legends Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong will be honored with a key to the City of West Hollywood on Monday, April 16 at the The Roxy nightclub on Sunset Boulevard. The key will actually be split in two...
The City Council of West Hollywood approved ordinances on Monday, November 6 that would regulate the recreational marijuana industry within the region. City Council will take a final vote on the tentatively approved ordinances during its next meeting. City Council...
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...
- Advertisement -