Cannabis and Humour: Some Thoughts on What’s Funny
Judith Stamps For the cannabis/psychedelics culture of the 1960s and 70s, underground comics emerged as a new fusion of humour, social and political commentary, and comic art. Two of the best known examples are The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers, drawn by Gilbert Shelton, and Harold Hedd, a creation of Vancouver BC based artist, Rand Holmes. […]
The Wild West: Contrasting Clubs & LP’s
The struggles of medical marijuana distribution in Canada By Ted Smith Describing Canadian medical cannabis distribution as the wild west show might seem like a stretch to some, but to those in the field there has never been as much interest, excitement, opportunity and disappointment as we are witnessing right now. The Green Rush is […]
Cannabis Infused Automobiles?
The Kestrel paves the way for sustainable personal transportation by using hemp as a a construction material By Diane Walsh THE HEMP CAR is here Industrial hemp campaign takes a giant leap forward Environmentalists speak often, and prophetically, about the need for more industry impetus for cars with low or—even better yet—zero emissions. What’s not […]