HIGH TIMES hit the streets to learn more about pot and politics and find out how everyday New Yorkers would go about legalizing marijuana if they were president. Join HIGH TIMES correspondent Allie Peck for another installment of High on the Street!
The Crosby in Crosby, Still & Nash - David Crosby - continues to smoke pot despite his infamous drug problems that include a jail stint for coke and heroin abuse in 1985 and a marijuana arrest in 2004.
Last week, a fire ignited at the Akron Airdock that once housed a fleet of Goodyear blimps. Firemen rushed to the 211-foot-tall structure and quickly doused the flames. Reporters and photographers descended on the landmark. Many were surprised to learn the blimps were no lon...
By Steve Bloom
Denny Doherty, one-quarter of the 1960s folk-rock group the Mamas and the Papas, known for their soaring harmony on hits like "California Dreamin'" and "Monday, Monday," died Friday at 66.
CONCORD -- Using and selling marijuana would be legal under a bill debated by state legislators.
EAST AMWELL, New Jersey (Reuters) - Michael Strizki heats and cools his house year-round and runs a full range of appliances including such power-guzzlers as a hot tub and a wide-screen TV without paying a penny in utility bills.
By Jorge Cervantes
Story & photos by Green Born Identity
American taxpayers are now spending more than $1 billion per year to incarcerate themselves for pot, according to statistics released last week by the US Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Statistics. According to their new report, "Drug Use and Dependence, State and ...