No Pain, Little Gain

Attempting recreational use of CDB.


Potlander
Ever know the kid who tried smoking a hemp bracelet? I’m from a little town in the Midwest, so I knew a few. And I’ll tell you now what they told me then: They didn’t get high. They coughed lot,   More
 
Tuesday, September 1, 2015 MARTIN CIZMAR

Living Legends: Who to See at the CannaGrow Expo


Potlander
Unlike most of the cannabis conferences Portland has hosted in recent months, this weekend’s CannaGrow Expo isn’t as much of a business-focused seminar as it is an opportunity for master growers t   More
 
Wednesday, August 26, 2015 LAUREN TERRY

WWeed Grow-Off Week 6

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Culture
On July 1, recreational weed became legal in Oregon. One of the things that means is that everyone can now legally grow up to four marijuana plants. Here at Willamette Week, we were so excited that we decided to have an old-fashioned office grow-off. All of our plants started the same size and they are all the P-91 strain, but each department elected to grow its plants in different ways.See previous ...   More
 
Friday, August 14, 2015 WALKER MACMURDO

Take the Orange Line to High Times


Murmurs
The nation’s biggest legal-weed party is looking to land in Clackamas County. For months, High Times magazine has struggled to find a site in Portland where it could host the Cannabis Cup, a marijua   More
 
Wednesday, August 19, 2015 WWeek News Staff

WWeed Grow-Off Week 5

Candis is thirsty and Addi gets a new set-up.

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Culture
On July 1, recreational weed became legal in Oregon. That means is that everyone can now legally grow up to four marijuana plants. Here at Willamette Week, we were so excited that we decided to have an old-fashioned office grow-off. All of our plants started the same size and they are all the P-91 strain, but each department elected to grow their plants in different ways. During Week 5, the ...   More
 
Tuesday, August 4, 2015 ALLIE DONAHUE

It's Official: Public Weed Sales Start Oct. 1

Kate Brown signed a bill today allowing medical dispensaries to sell cannabis to everybody over 21

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Culture
Well, it's official. Recreational weed sales in Oregon begin on Oct. 1.That news from Salem today as Gov. Kate Brown finally signed a bill that opens existing medical dispensaries to anyone at least 21 years of age.As we reported back in June, the Oregon Legislature made the call after Southern Oregon Republican Ted Ferrioli pushed to amended a bill so that existing medical dispensaries could ...   More
 
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Portland-Area Dispensaries

A directory of Portland Area cannabis dispensaries.


Weed
Alberta Green House 1313 NE Alberta St., 954-3900, thealbertagreenhousedispensary.com. A charming little bungalow in the heart of the Alberta Arts District, with plenty of flower and shatter, and an   More
 
Wednesday, July 1, 2015 WW Culture Staff

Deal With It

Oregon wants to crush black-market weed sales. But business is smoking.


News Stories
Austin has been out of weed for four days. It’s Sunday evening, and today he’s gotten 14 calls from customers looking for bud. “You got tree, bro?” they ask. The drought ends with a call from    More
 
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 EMILY VOLPERT

The Roll-Along

The weed-delivery business is not as exciting as High Maintenance.


Potlander
For Maddy, it started with love. Two years ago, after her friendship with one of the two male founders of PK Delivery turned into something more, she decided to join his medical cannabis-delivery busi   More
 
Wednesday, July 15, 2015 TYLER HURST

Know Your Terps

A basic primer on some of cannabis' terpenes.


Weed
PepperCaryophyllene: Pungent, peppery and sweet. Found in pepper, clove and cotton. This is the terpene that police dogs are trained to detect, which is the sort of thing people in Oregon had to worry   More
 
Wednesday, July 1, 2015 WM. WILLARD GREENE

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