Cannabis culture music and art celebration the Chalice Festival returns to Southern California in 2018, with a three-day event scheduled for July 13-15, to be held at the San Bernardino County Fairgrounds, in Victorville, California.
Marijuana legalization is spreading across the United States. Though the way to its full appreciation is not easy, the negative public opinion towards the herb is continuing to change. The following list of eight incredible facts from the marijuana history will impress both strong weed opponents and even the most experienced pot consumers.
After more than half of American states have finally legalized marijuana, mobile applications became much more useful for stoners. Now, high tech apps can help us find the nearest dispensary, choose the right strain for your mood, and even find like-minded people to share a smoking session with.
The following five apps can help you enrich your marijuana experience in various ways.
Language is flexible—it is always changing, evolving, and adapting to the world. The cannabis culture, being a relatively recent notion, has already developed many terms. Some of them were added to the latest editions of dictionaries.
Weed is becoming a part of our daily life. Every pastime filled with marijuana is fun and fulfilling. Cannabis games can give you the best high if played in a company of good friends. There are many of them and they are pretty creative.
On April 20, all weed enthusiasts celebrate their favorite pastime and the freedom to consume marijuana in several states. It became a national stoner day long ago. “420” is a holiday that unites people in their common interest; they bond, share their thoughts, trade tips, and express opinions.
If you are getting tired of your favorite playlist, WeedInFocus recommends you to combine music with interesting stories about the marijuana culture. The latest news of the cannabis industry, interviews with celebrities, great music, stoner life hacks—all of this you can find in one of the following cannabis podcasts. Choose the one you like most and stay tuned!
Do you know what you will do on April 20, 2017? True marijuana stoners will visit the theaters to celebrate this day with Snoop Dogg and other actors who are starring in the Grow House movie produced by Hollyweed Films. This hilarious and fast-moving comedy directed by Mark “DJ Pooh” Jordan will make your 4/20 day unforgettable.
16 years ago, Silas and Jamal entered Harvard and our hearts with their love for weed. How High is a 1990's movie that is considered a classic among all cannabis enthusiasts. And it seems that soon enough, we will see the long-awaited sequel coming to the screen.
Have you ever dreamed about launching your own marijuana dispensary? Do you want to compete with your friends and find out who is the best weed grower? Or maybe you are the one and only person who can stop an army of evil creatures trying to destroy all the marijuana crops in the country? You can do anything you want when it comes to weed-themed online games. We at WeedInFocus selected the six best online games for stoners so it would be easier for you to find your perfect game.
As the holiday season is coming, you probably have to forget about your personal space and intimate weed smoking sessions. It is the time when family members gather together and countless children are always in the way. To save your holiday spirit, we have picked five animated TV series that are fun to watch for both children and cannabis users.
Drug consumption is surrounded by myths and misinformation more than probably any other topic. The strangest thing is that even people who already consume them sometimes still believe in some of the absolutely silliest stories and legends.
Cannabis Moms Club is a new web show launched by Elizabeth Benk's comedy platform. You can watch it at the website WhoHaha—a place where women can have fun and dive into the world of female comedy. The creator of this project is a production company, Quite Duke.
The election night in the USA became a victory moment for marijuana legalization supporters in some American states. Voters from Maine, Nevada, Massachusetts, and California said “yes” to the recreational use of cannabis.