This year's HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup closed on a high note at the Melkweg, honoring important members of the community and crowning the victorious strains as well as the best Product, Booth, and Glass at the Expo.
Goldenvoice, Luxe Media Group, Edgar Entertainment, and HIGH TIMES hosted the first-ever NORML benefit concert, dubbed â€œThe Great American Bowl,â€ in Los Angeles at the Palace Theatre on May 23. Tenacious D and Bill Maher headlined the show, which also included pe...
From the crackdowns on medical marijuana and glass pipes to the threats to Canada if it decriminalizes pot, Bush has made cultural war on cannabis the center of his drug policy. So where do the 2004 presidential candidates stand on marijuana?
Radiohead first achieved mainstream attention in 1993, with their haunting hit single "Creep."
Dude, good cross-genre games rock. Though it has some issues, Rise of Nations is a cross between Civilization III (the deep, turn-based, empire-building game) and Age of Empires (the tactical, historical real-time strategy game) that captures the best parts of both.
Note to Field Day promoters: Chin up, it wasnâ€™t that bad. Sure, Field Day never became a two-day camping and music festival as envisioned, on an idyllic stretch of land in Riverhead, NY.
In about 1996 I was at a friend's house in a oceanside community in Rhode Island. My buddy used to sell small quantities to friends we knew in our area. One of the people he dealt to apparently got into some legal trouble, and ended up agreeing to pass some marked bills to m...
NEW YORK CITY. Threatening skies on June 4 didn't prevent thousands of young people from standing shoulder-to-shoulder outside City Hall in protest of New York State's draconian Rockefeller Drug Laws.
As a cultivation expert for the HIGH TIMES Website, I get to read hundreds of questions every month submitted by our readers concerning every facet of growing cannabis, and I try to pass along what wisdom I can.
I was toking up with two friends in their college dorm room one night. It had become a little ritual of ours to get together, turn out the lights, put a towel under the door, open the window, and turn on the fan to suck the smoke out of the room.
Charles Bukowski knows whereof he writes. A marginal man; a heavy boozer, a denizen of the seamy L.A. nightlife, Bukowski drew on his rich experience to produce over 30 autobiographical books of poems, short stories and novels.