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The story of a war-veteran helicopter pilot who never got higher than when he smoked the fabled Vietnamese strains while “in country.” Decades later, he seeks out these same plants to grow for himself at home and to smoke through his retirement.
By Danny Danko
By Bobby Black
Little did I realize when I covered Penthouse’s 35th-anniversary party in my first Almost Infamous column (Jan. ‘05 HT) what a debaucherous doorway I’d stepped through. You see, that fateful evening I not only met 2004 Pet of the Year Victoria Zdrok and cra...
June 15, 2005 -- Lawmakers on Wednesday voted down a measure that would have barred the federal government from prosecuting patients who use marijuana under doctor's orders in states with laws that allow the practice.
SANTA FE (AP) - The state Court of Appeals says growing hallucinogenic mushrooms is not banned under New Mexico’s law against manufacturing an illegal drug.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Advocates of rewriting the USA Patriot Act are claiming momentum after the House, despite a White House veto threat, voted to restrict investigators from using the anti-terrorism law to peek at library records and bookstore sales slips.
WASHINGTON – Pornographer Mark Kulkis said it was an evening that would "make pop-culture history" – the intersection of the most powerful man in the world and the hard-core world of celebrity sex performer Mary Carey.
TWIN FALLS -- It seems there is no end to the odd places people will try to manufacture drugs.
NEW BOSTON, Mich. (AP) -- Horticulture students at a suburban Detroit high school have new equipment, courtesy of police who seized it from a man growing marijuana in his apartment.