In a wide-ranging interview at South by Southwest, entertainer Snoop Dogg discussed topics from getting high with Willie Nelson to meeting Dr. Dre and an upcoming series in the works for HBO with Allen Hughes about 1980s Los Angeles.
One of the most viral pieces of marijuana-rooted journalism on the Internet in the last week wasn’t written by a newspaper veteran or hot-shot blogger. The column, rather, was penned by a professor of pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine, and it ran in The New York Times. In Aaron E. Carroll’s column “Alcohol or Marijuana? A Pediatrician Faces the Question,” the doctor-educator addresses a question he’s hearing more and more often lately: “Which would I rather my children use — alcohol or marijuana?”
Phyllo dough is an amazing way to medicate your baked delights. Since each sheet needs to be brushed with either cannabutter or canna-oil, you end up with flaky layers of canna-manna. All this talk has me in the mood for a mean baked brie.