In this episode of the HIGH TIMES Kitchen we’re making our Green Leafy Kale Salad with THC-infused vinaigrette.
The 11th annual Seattle Hempfest reform rally/festival/party is going to be huge again this year. Like last year, 150,000 free-speech-lovin', social-justice-seekin', law-changin" citizens are expected.
It's an hour before showtime at New York's intimate Bowery Ballroom, and the strongest refreshments circulating backstage are syrupy "energy boosters" in the vein of Red Bull. Umphrey's McGee has been on the road for two weeks without a drop to drink--they're calling it the ...
As a result of filming three 30-second anti-Drug War commercials, New Jersey activist Ed "NJ Weedman" Forchion is once again in jail, charged with violating the terms of his parole.
ATLANTA--Rabid anti-marijuana zealot and four-term Georgia Congressman Bob Barr was soundly defeated in the Republican primary August 20, and will lose his House seat.
Nickelback lead pack of nominees for HIGH TIMES' annual music awards.
Attorney General John Ashcroft's latest machinations in the post-Sept. 11 "war on terrorism" have again raised concerns that in the Feds' zealous pursuit to counter terrorism, they are sacrificing the very freedoms they claim to protect.
A controversial ballot initiative seeks to legalize up-to three ounces of marijuana. Bruce Mirken, communications director of the Marijuana Policy Project, explains this attempt at progressive reform.
HIGH TIMES INTERVIEW WITH BRUCE MIRKEN The communications director of the Marijuana Policy Project explains why his group sponsored the Nevada initiative, and what changes we can expect if it passes.
World's largest marijuana legalization rally features music, speakers, and activism.
Phish will return to the stage on Dec. 31, to ring in the new year at Madison Square Garden. The sudden announcement ended almost two years of speculation about the quartet's future--if any.