Oregon Has Way Too Much Legal Weed. This Is Where It's Going
Picture hundreds of pounds of bud rotting in trash bags.
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Inside the Courtroom Where Teens Are Suing the Government Over the Climate Crisis
Three judges will determine whether the landmark lawsuit will fizzle out or lead to a history-making trial.
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.
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The Strange Disappearances of Saudi Students Accused of Crimes in the US
The Saudi government is facing allegations that it helped its citizens escape trial for serious crimes.
It's a Really Good Time to Be a Weed Smuggler
Legalising marijuana has hurt the black market within those US states – but opened up more possibilities for cross-state smugglers.
What Happens When Your Dad Raises Your Whole Family to Be Criminals
"Rooster Bogle would take his sons out once a week or so to visit a prison near Salem, Oregon where they lived and say, 'Look carefully, boys, because when you grow up, this is where you're going to live.'"
I Ate My Way Through Portland's Strip Clubs
Come for the visuals, stay for the corn chowder.
Ava Gene's Joshua McFadden's Fridge Is Full of Fancy Water and Fermented Things
Welcome to Fridge Tours, where we peek inside the personal refrigerators of chefs, bartenders, and food world personalities to see how they eat off the clock.
How All the West Coast Wildfires Could Affect the Taste of Wine
Last year’s wildfires were so bad that many West Coast wineries were forced to dump wine made from the smoky grapes.
Black Grapefruit Tear Apart Convention on 'All My Relations'
On their second full-length, the New York State-based duo formerly known as SOS thrillingly jump from one idea to the next.
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This Portland Bar Is Hosting a 'Reparations Happy Hour' Where POC Drink for Free
While there is cash handed out to attendees, organiser Cameron Whitten says that the distribution of money isn't really the point.
The Next Big Gun Controversy Is Forcing People to Lock Them Up
"People want to do something."