Grass

9.17.18

Weather Channel Defends Dramatic Hurricane Reporter, Blames the Grass

Savage, dangerous, sopping wet grass.

6.16.17

You Don't Have to Waste Water to Have a Totally Badass Summer Garden

It doesn't take too many gallons of water to have the most braggable green-space on the block.

4.18.17

What Your Word for Weed Says About You

It tells you a lot more than you'd think.

1.21.17

Kimmel Congratulates Migos on Smelling the Most Dank

“Willie Nelson has been here, Snoop Dogg has been here. You smoked them all out.”

10.23.16

Green-Thumbed Artists Make Museum-Worthy Grassterpieces

Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey's living portraits are basically high-art Chia Pets.

10.14.16

Scientists Are Developing Grass That Stop Cows from Burping

Researchers at Aarhus University in Denmark are inventing a grass that is easier for cows to digest, meaning less methane is released into the environment.

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1.30.16

I'm in an Open Relationship with My Compost

There were two weeks where I didn’t turn her because I was pissed off at her. I turned her last week. You can’t believe how much it stresses me out if I don’t turn her. I seriously think about her every day.

10.5.15

My Quest to Find the Holy Grail of Cheeses Wasn't Easy

Being violently hungover is a difficult way to start a road trip, but I set out on an adventure through the the Pyrenees to find some of the greatest cheeses in the world.

7.16.15

An Ex-MI5 Agent Says the UK's Secret Service Considered 'Blacking Up' to Infiltrate Mosques

The best of the best are smearing themselves in facepaint for a training exercise.

6.30.15

Congrats to the Mars Volta Man on Smoking $1,000 Worth of Weed Per Week

That seems somewhat higher than average!

5.13.15

Will Growing Support for Medicinal Weed Help End New Zealand’s War on Grass?

Forty-seven percent of New Zealanders believe cannabis should be legalized for medical use—a 10 percent bump from the same survey conducted more than a decade ago.

4.21.15

Pennywort Is Pho's Sludgy, Slimy Sidekick

While kale is the nutritious leafy green that's getting all the attention lately, pennywort leaves have been the go-to home-remedy in Vietnamese cuisine for centuries.

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