Jesus Would Have Been Cool with Weed, Says 'Christian Cannabis' Pastor
Craig Gross launched a new website to have a conversation with other evangelicals about using pot.
Maya B's "Dollar to a Diamond" Is Motivation for Better Days
The California artist’s visual for “Dollar to a Diamond” proves you can’t put a dollar amount on self-worth.
America's 'Wild West' of Weed Is Dying Out – Here's What's Replacing It
Working in cannabis used to be a crime, but now it's looking like a real career, complete with benefits.
Danielle Simone Brand
When You're a Weed Trimmer, Everything You Eat Tastes Like Weed
The job means you’re removed from society and have to cook with limited resources—and you never quite get all the kief off your fingers.
This Is Why California Will Keep Burning
One massive utility company is responsible for many of the wildfires and dozens of deaths. Can we make our infrastructure stop killing us?
For £750, These 'Sitters' Will Save You from a Bad Acid Trip
Yes, being a professional trip sitter is actually a job.
Saweetie Is Working Despite What You Think About Her
Noisey had dinner with the Bay area rapper ahead of her sophomore EP, ‘Icy.’ Saweetie knows what you’ve been saying about her. She just doesn’t care.
Inside the Valentine's Day Rush at See's Candy Factory
As you can imagine, a candy factory smells excellent.
Natalie B. Compton
Dan Bilzerian's Weed Company Is Keeping Sexist Cannabis Ads Alive
Women in the industry aren't happy about the overly sexualized billboards from Ignite, which they say don't reflect where cannabis culture is heading.
San Diego Is Paradise for Goths
The scene there is both long-lasting and newly burgeoning, something you might not expect from the sunny city known for its beaches.
The Next Financial Crisis Could Be Caused by Climate Change
After wildfires bankrupted a major utility, there's concerns that more severe natural disasters will lead to economic devastation.
How 'Tacos for Teachers' Embodies Los Angeles
"People say, ‘We have to worry about immigration! If we don’t, we’ll have a taco truck on every corner.’ For me, and for most Angelenos, well, it’s the dream.”