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.
Happy 4/20!If you’re looking for a distraction between blunts, spend some time with Jewish stoner buddies Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson.
4/20 is celebrated by stoners across the globe. But it may not be the greatest day for a first date, as this installment of #OyDate reveals to all would-be lovebirds.
The fine print at the haziest Seder in the land ever explained the facts: While Oregon voters legalized recreational marijuana use last November, the measure wouldn’t take effect until July 1.
Smoking is one of those topics that ties rabbis up in knots, and marijuana just clouds the issue even more. And that’s before Passover gets added to the mix.
A mainstream Israeli political party is finally willing to openly promote marijuana legalization. Will Israelis soon be getting high legally?
Want to get high with your rabbi’s approval? Marijuana may soon come with a kosher stamp — but probably just for medical purposes, not your average stoner.