Marijuana Culture and the Arts.

When the first NYC Cannabis Film Festival was held in 2015, organizers hoped to minimize the stigma surrounding marijuana use in the public's perception.

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Heightened senses, enhanced self-awareness, a feeling of lightness... wait, are we talking about a post-yoga savasana or getting stoned?

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Stop wasting weed and learn how to make joint burn slower with this guide.

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Spider mites are all too common a problem for cannabis growers. Whether you’re growing cannabis indoors or outdoors, you’re more likely to find spider mites in your crop than any other type of pest.

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Who grows the greatest cannabis on earth? You do, or at least you can, and it’s not as hard as you might think.

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The group’s mission statement champions female empowerment and the normalization of cannabis.

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In Canada, the first holiday season post-legalization has opened up a social minefield for those unsure how their use will be perceived and for others uneasy about acknowledging a new era, says one cannabis observer.

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Let’s be completely honest, the gift that a cannabis lover really wants is cannabis. But, in general, stoners do have preferences, and buying a joint for a real lover of bud can be like getting a fancy bottle of wine for a connoisseur.

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Edibles spending in Canada and the United States topped $1 billion in 2017 and is projected to grow more than $4.1 billion by 2022, analysts say.

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If you’ve been exploring different ways to grow cannabis, you might be wondering: “what is aquaponics?” Here, we provide all the basics of this sustainable system.

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Aesthetics play a significant role in how cannabis products are received by first-time users as the pace of legalization picks up speed in North America.

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SCROG, short for “screen of green,” is an indoor cannabis training technique. There are many different techniques that help indoor growers maximize their space, but scrogging is one of the most popular. 

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There’s something deeply satisfying about getting high and drooling over images of a gorgeous, marijuana-infused dinner — and a new crop of shows offer a look into how these intoxicating feasts are made.

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Plants, just like humans, need a well-rounded variety of foods to live happy and healthy lives. Cannabis plants are no exception, needing a wide range of nutrients to develop fragrant buds which burn cleanly.

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Colleges are preparing students to work in the sector as lawyers, accountants, chemists and botanists.

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