Our favorite reader submitted photos for the week of July 2. 2015.
As if we hadn't seen enough devastation, Michael and I revisited the Lower 9th Ward this morning. Today our guide was Roger Lewis, saxophonist with the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, who grew up in the leveled neighborhood. First, we stopped by his house at 2626 Myrtle St. in the E...
Join HIGH TIMES' intrepid reporter on the road to the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in the California desert, featuring Damian Marley, Depeche Mode, My Morning Jacket, Tool, Madonna, The Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs, and dozens of other hip bands. Should be a great time, if ...
The First Annual World Marijuana Film Festival will be held on May 28 through June 3, 2006 in beautiful Ibiza, Spain, the Party Capital of the Western World! The event is purposely scheduled to follow the Cannes Film Festival (May 17 through 28). "This will be the after-part...
Marijuana is still illegal in the eyes of the United States government, but that hasn't deterred the efforts of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws.
A Palm Desert medical marijuana dispensary is being required to turn clients' names over to authorities, and client advocates say that violates their privacy rights.
CALEXICO, Calif. -- The Bureau of Customs and Border Protection seized more than three tons of marijuana over the week at Calexico border crossings, according to federal officials.
The Heavy Pets
The Heavy Pets
By Kilgore Trout
One of the true giants in the history of the music industry passed away on Sunday. Phil Walden, the founder of Capricorn Records, died from complications due to cancer. He was 66.