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Justin Hartfield believes that the medical effectiveness of marijuana is going to be the big news story of this century. Hartfield’s business Weedmaps — the Yelp of weed — helps patients and recreational users find and rate marijuana dispensaries across the country.
Justin Hartfield’s Weedmaps lures 4 million people each month to find and review marijuana retailers. His secret to success? A renewed Jewish identity.
Israel’s leading producer of medical marijuana is joining a local group vying for a coveted license to distribute the drug in New York State.
Dina Browner, a Jewish youth group leader turned medical marijuana consultant, has cultivated an A-list clientele that includes actors, hip-hop moguls and politicians.
The Chabad of Aspen, Colorado, announced that it would host ‘special’ summer art classes featuring cannabis, smoked and edible. But it turns out the plan was only half-baked.
A Denver bagel store has decided to infuse its smoked salmon with a very special ingredient. (Hey, it’s legal in Colorado!)
A culinary mad scientist whips up a delicious and dizzying Friday-night dinner. (Think THC-laced matzo balls, for starters.)
Some 1,000 protesters gathered in Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square calling for Israel to legalize marijuana.
Wong’s strong reputation for quality microbiological testing and their personal connections with many of the state’s leading marijuana producers — many of whom happen to be Jews.