Cinedopes Aims to Legitimize Cannabis Comedy

We’ve all seen the image again and again: the lazy stoner mired in filth and devoid of ambition. It is the image Cinedopes opens with. But the show, an independently produced web comedy about an out-of-business weed dealer who inherits a rundown theatre and decides to turn that theatre into a pot-friendly cinema, quickly moves […]

Yesterday’s News (fall cleaning edition)

Wow, that was a quick, news filled summer. A lot happened, and a lot of people covered it more thoroughly than us. As we ease into fall we thought we’d take a look at some of the biggest cannabis stories from the past few months.   Cannabis is totally legal in Oregon, and soon you […]

Massachusetts MMJ Dispensary Opens in Salem

Yesterday’s News – June 26, 2015     Massachusetts finally gets a dispensary But only one. And it only has a little bit of flower. And it’s by appointment only. If you’re one of the many Massachusetts patients who have waited almost three years since voters approved safe access to quality medicine, you better haul […]

More Cannabis Reforms Coming for Denver?

Yesterday’s News – June 22, 2015     Pushing the envelope further in Colorado The same folks who brought you Amendment 64, which legalized the sale and use of recreational cannabis, are back at it again, fighting for the rights of the cannabis community. This time the dynamic duo, Mason Tvert of Marijuana Policy Project […]

Catching Up With Yesterday’s News

Yesterday’s News – June 1, 2015     Sometimes you just need a bit of time off from reading ALL the cannabis news ALL the time. We admit we’ve got some catching up to do, and we intend to do it quickly:   Are Veterans a Step Closer to MMJ? We sure hope so. The […]

Law Enforcement Agencies Under Scrutiny

Yesterday’s News – April 22, 2015     Head of DEA To Step Down Next Month After years of mismanagement, Michele Leonhart will step down as the top official at the Drug Enforcement Administration. Her impending departure comes amidst controversy involving her agents, sex parties, and South American drug cartel money, which, according to Rep. […]

Ben & Jerry’s Readies BRRR-itos for 420

Yesterday’s News – April 20, 2015   Ben & Jerry’s 420 Commercial It seems only fair to start the 420 edition of Yesterday’s News on a lighthearted note. ICYMI, Ben & Jerry’s is releasing an amazing new dessert concoction in their scoop shops today, and they made a 420 commercial to get us all excited about […]

D.C. Cannabis Seed Shares Encourage Homegrow

Yesterday’s News – March 28, 2015       There have been plenty of headlines in the past several days. Here’s Weekend Review Kit’s roundup of the biggest cannabis news stories:   Hundreds of Washington, D.C. residents participated in marijuana seed shares, organized by D.C. Cannabis Campaign’s Adam Eidinger. Because personal possession and cultivation of […]

Yesterday’s News – February 3, 2015

because nobody’s ready for today yet     Though it’s definitely a TLDR candidate, Amanda Lewis’s piece at Buzzfeed on the legalization landscape in California is worth a look. The state that comprises 49% of the nation’s cannabis sales without legal recreational marijuana is poised to join the rest of the west coast and Colorado […]

Yesterday’s News – January 19, 2015

because nobody’s ready for today yet     On a day traditionally reserved to honor one of our country’s most important civil rights leaders, we must remember Dr. King’s legacy and reflect both on how far we’ve come and how far we have yet to go. Thank you, freedom fighters, of the past, present, and […]