The crowds came out to enjoy the first day of the 2015 Denver Cannabis Cup and to see all the awesome vendors who are at this year's event at the Denver Mart, April 18-20 presented by MMJ America, Keef Cola and HighThere!
Editor's note: There are millions of regular pot smokers in America and millions more infrequent smokers. Smoking pot clearly has far fewer dangerous and hazardous effects on society than legal drugs such as alcohol. Here is High Times's top 10 reasons to marijuana should be...
By Lex Eskobar “The Game Bud”
BEIJING (Reuters) - A once drug-addled elephant fed heroin-laced bananas by illegal traders will soon return to the wild after being weaned off his addiction through methadone and round-the-clock care.
As HT prepares for the 7th annual Stony Awards (Oct. 13th @ Knitting Factory in Los Angeles), take a look at the highlights from the highest award ceremony celebrating the stoniest stars in television and film.
Known stoner Drew Carey hosts this network game show. When he asks a contestant how many Americans think pot is safer than booze, she offers an honest assessment and earns HIGH TIMES approval... tune in to see if she wins $100,000 to go with it!
Each autumn, HIGH TIMES MAGAZINE, the world’s foremost authority on all things counterculture, breaks down the country’s top colleges and universities in a rating category that would make the Princeton Review blush.
There's an Edgar Allen Poe story about hiding something valuable in plain sight, so it will be overlooked. Not sure if that was the strategy here, but either way, hiding a joint behind your ear during a traffic stop, apparently, doesn't always work out.
Okay, this newscast is a few months old, so stop us if you've heard the one about the cop who stole marijuana from the evidence room, baked some brownies with his wife, and then freaked out so bad he called 911 and asked for the score of a hockey game. File this one with the...
AUSTIN, TEXAS — A new law taking effect Sept. 1 could save Texas taxpayers millions of dollars by allowing police officers to cite individuals found in possession of four ounces or less of marijuana, rather than go through the time-consuming arrest and booking procedur...
TOKYO: A Japanese prison is scrambling to eradicate marijuana plants that keep sprouting up on its exercise ground, officials said Tuesday.