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A special sort of holiday in the cannabis world is this Saturday (June 18). It’s not 420. It’s not 710, though those “Oil Day” festivities are also quickly approaching. more
Every so often, I find myself a bit overwhelmed with the rapid pace in which the cannabis industry is expanding in Michigan.  Nowadays, far too many new products are finding their way to local … more
Some readers like to gripe every time a new pot shop opens in Greater Lansing. I already know what some of them are going to say: Really? Another dispensary? Do we really need that?  Well, … more
Not feeling too jazzed up about all the other summer activities outlined in this issue?  Try smoking some pot.  more
A new marijuana dispensary is set to open its doors next week on the western edge of East Lansing. And while there will certainly be a wide assortment of weed lining its shelves, the staff at Ascend … more
It’s still not quite finished, but there’s something magical happening off I-96 at Exit 122. And it’s about to put the rural, one-stoplight village of Webberville on the map — in quite a big way.  more
I came. I saw. I got way too stoned and ended up leaving early.  more
City Pulse has long embraced cannabis culture. Over the last several years, our staff has watched closely while the legalized market has bloomed (in a big way) across Greater Lansing and much of … more
Last summer, this column featured plans for a new pot shop that was initially set to open last year along Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard between I-96 and Miller Road. Signs surrounding the construction site had billed it as the future fifth retail location for Common Citizen — a company founded by Michigan State University alumnus Michael Elias that labels itself the “largest” vertically integrated weed brand in the state with other shops in southeast Michigan. more
If you’re a regular reader of this column, then you already know that I prefer to keep these reviews focused almost exclusively on products from Greater Lansing. The Capital City is home to some pretty bright minds in the cannabis industry — and plenty of good weed, too. So, I rarely feel compelled to travel far in order to bring back some dank recommendations for our readers.  more
By now, just about every stoner has heard of hydroponics: the remarkable dirtless growing system that uses nutrients infused directly into water to replace the need for traditional soils.  more
Next month marks the 50th anniversary of Hash Bash, a now-famous statewide cannabis holiday that was first assembled on April 1, 1972, at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.   more
Once again, I found myself overwhelmed last month with the massive assortment of dank cannabis products on the shelves across Greater Lansing. more
Are you tired of simply reading about me smoking really great marijuana every week? Well, thanks to my new friends over at Sensi Magazine, I now have the ability to show you instead.  more
Sorry, stoners. I’m taking this column in a bit of a different direction this week to shed some much-needed light on a statewide ballot proposal that just had its language approved last week by the state’s Board of Canvassers. It’s called the Michigan Initiative for Community Healing.  more
If you couldn’t already tell from the pleasant odor, there’s a bit of cannabis cultivation magic happening inside that old automotive service station on Hosmer Street across from Art’s Pub.  more
Decisions about procuring the right cannabis can be very personal, and if you’ve ever purchased edibles from a dispensary, you might be familiar with that feeling of wondering what’s inside these tasty treats that make them so great — or, in some cases, perhaps not so great. more
There’s certainly no shortage of dank cannabis products on the shelves at pot shops across Greater Lansing this year. And with so many new strains, edibles and concentrates constantly hitting the market this month, I’ve truly struggled to find enough time to write about them all. I can’t even finish a bag of weed nowadays without spotting something else out there worth trying. more
It’s estimated that there were more than 40,000 people across the country still locked up behind bars last year for nonviolent, marijuana-related crimes — including hundreds of inmates in Michigan, where recreational pot has been legal for adult use for longer than three years. more
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