The UK Weed Activists Lighting Up in Public
These campaigners believe the best way to rid cannabis of its stigma is to just consume it openly in public.
What a Legal Recreational Drug Market Would Look Like in the UK
We spoke to a load of experts to understand how legalizing weed, psychedelics, cocaine, pills, and ketamine would actually work.
Chatting with the Man Who Legally Changed His Name to 'Free Cannabis'
Mr. Cannabis has been planting weed seeds in Glastonbury council's flower displays for nearly 20 years. We talked to him about his life ever since he renounced his former identity as a guy named "Rob."
The VICE Guide to Making 2016 Better Than 2015
How to Make Drug Taking Better in 2016
Governments around the world aren't making any great strides, so it looks like drug users are going to have to take it upon themselves.
How Will Legalisation Affect Australia's Illicit Pot Do-Gooders?
A handful of locals already produce medicinal marijuana. We asked how they'll be affected by the legalisation of their business.
We Spoke to the Guy Who Sells Cannabis Grow Kits for Kids
Greg Lonsdale wants kids to learn about hemp, open up debate about weed legalization, and find a solution to the fossil fuel crisis, all at the same time.
Legal Weed in Australia
Victoria Will Be Australia's First State to Legalize Medical Marijuana
This week Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announced that statewide sales of the drug will commence in 2017.
The Case for Legalizing Weed This Year in the UK
A petition launched last week has garnered more than enough signatures to get Parliament to debate the legalization of cannabis. But what are the chances of the discussion actually making any difference?
Hanging Out with Helpful Stoners at Australia's MardiGrass Festival
The Polite Force helps control traffic, block roads for parades, and make sure people don't get too freaked out by the real cops when they're too stoned to function.
Laura Rodriguez Castro
An 'Aging Hippie' Has Opened a 'Cannabis Cafe and Hotel' in England
Jonathan Falkus says his unconventional B&B has two rules: "No harder drugs, and don't go upsetting the neighbors."
James Rippingale, Photos: Jake Lewis
We Watched 4000 People Getting Stoned in a Melbourne Park
The city's stoners descended on Flagstaff Gardens yesterday to celebrate pot culture. We mostly went to ask some questions.
We Asked an Expert What Would Happen if the UK Accidentally Legalized Ecstasy
Would the economy benefit? What about public health? Would xenophobia stop because everyone would be too busy telling each other they're the best friend they've ever had?