Is Harper ignorant about science and statistics, or does he just know how annoying it is to put up with dealers?
In this episode of Pachecomics, a new comic series by Ines Estrada, three talking animals find a weed plant in the yard and decide to celebrate.
Marijuana is used as a medicine for everything from anxiety to cancer—and some experts believe it could treat eating disorders, too.
Recreational marijuana legalization could grant California's small-time pot growers their long-awaited day in the sun, provided they don't get pushed aside by the arrival of big money players with political clout.
A popper is essentially a bong hit with a cigarette. You may think that's disgusting, and you're not wrong.
"We literally crack up writing it."
It's been 14 years since "Because I Got High" became the marijuana anthem. Now, Afroman is releasing a new version—and it's about weed legalization.
If you get the moms smoking then you can get almost anybody. We travel to Denver with Jessica Roake, a mother of two from the suburbs of Washington, DC, for a mom-friendly cannabis tour. She gets blazed beyond belief in the name of market research.
When I was 17, I volunteered at a nursing home to beef up my college applications. My only way to survive the extracurricular activity was to get high.
I've gotten stoned at work before, but smoking weed and working as a zombie at a haunted house didn't go well together.
I smoked out my friend's neighbor, and then the neighbor made me call the cops because he was hallucinating that he was a victim of a home invasion.
After years of old white people staring at my weird haircut, I finally decided to chop off my long hair.
America is slowly moving towards legalizing weed, but we still have four major hurdles to overcome.
In honor of Philly's city council voting to decriminalize weed, here's a story about a police officer who loves weed.
The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. This week, hundreds of Albanian police officers raid a pot operation, and nearly 100,000 people flee Pakistan's North Waziristan as the military steps up its anti-Taliban offensive.
I don't usually tell other guys' stories on Weediquette, but my buddy Dev recently told me a tale about a weed disaster he had at a wedding that I have to share.
As Americans move towards acceptance of weed, they are building an intolerance for my second favorite thing to smoke: tobacco.
John and I smoked weed together every day, but I didn't know he was illiterate until we both worked as summer canvassers for a shitty nonprofit environmental organization.
The world's most famous boy band was caught indulging, but the media has been oddly kind to them. Is smoking weed no longer the edgy pastime it once was in a culture where you can get high legally with a prescription?
Blazing and driving is one of the world's greatest pleasures, but I have to avoid a million obstacles to avoid getting caught.
I love people who create moments of ingenious idiocy that simultaneously blow your mind and lower your brain-cell count. And by "people," I mean dumb stoners, like my friend Bas the reggae-cover DJ.
This week's Weediquette is a special treat from the talented artist and musician Steve Teare, who turned a Weediquette story into a comic.
When I'm not sitting at home in my easy chair, puffing on a corncob pipe and ruminating on what captivating aspect of the marijuana world I'm going to traverse in the next "Weediquette," I indulge in the classic childhood fantasy of being a rock star.
My brother's 33rd birthday came and went this week. Prior to it, when I asked him what he wanted as a present, he stated in a hushed tone, "A decent vaporizer would be nice."