A pensioner who is believed to be Britain’s oldest convicted drug dealer was jailed for 18 months yesterday after a court heard that he had more than 400 cannabis plants in his greenhouse.
It’s not how you would picture your typical soccer moms—unless, of course, you’re picturing a scene from Showtime’s “Weeds,” WLWT-TV in Cincinnati reported.
When “Weeds” began on Showtime it was a “Queer as Folk” for the illegal drug trade, a dark comedy that depicted suburban marijuana use as boldly and matter-of-factly as the previous series did the sexual practices of gay men.
Two elderly homeowners have said they had no idea what the carefully tended plant in their drive was until a passing policeman told them it was marijuana.
An Arizona couple who claim marijuana as deity and sacrament— as well as food, shelter and medicine— staked their religious freedom claim this week in federal court in Albuquerque.
In June 2003, an Athens County jury acquitted an Athens area woman of aggravated vehicular homicide in connection with a car crash that killed a Shade man.
Allen Long began his quest for fame in the 1960s as the lead singer of a garage band that once opened for the Byrds.
A second harvest of “Weeds” (10 p.m., EDT, Monday, Showtime) comes just in time to save us from the worst summer drought we’ve seen in quite some time.
IT ALL turned to pot when John Fitzgerald Kennedy, a mathematics teacher, found his year 9 class at Epping Boys High too unruly.
DVD pirates and drug pushers have joined forces to bring their punters a $35 porn movie and cannabis combo deal.
A FORMER Eastwood man, who is a recovering alcoholic, has spoken out about the perils of drink after a Government report said booze should be re-classified as more harmful than some illegal drugs.
The classified-advertising Web site craigslist has become popular in recent years with young, tech-savvy city dwellers seeking apartments, jobs and for-sale items.
A Berlin opera house is encouraging audience members to smoke cannabis joints during its latest production.
Job applicants in California don’t have to worry about answering a certain question on applications anymore: Have you ever been arrested on a marijuana charge?
I hate repeating myself, normally. But some people don’t listen. Especially when they’re high.
POLICE in France said today they had thwarted an attempt by a group of marijuana smokers to roll the world’s longest joint by seizing a work in progress measuring 80 centimetres in length.
Joseph White’s home office is like a modern-day hippie hangout.
Members of the Zoroastrian faith are prepared to defend their religion against claims made by those in Pima’s Church of Cognizance. Dan and Mary Quaintance of Pima claim they use marijuana - often mixed with milk - in their practice of the Zoroastrian faith.
Marc Emery, Canada’s so-called Prince of Pot, got married Sunday to a woman who apparently doesn’t mind the idea that her new husband could spend large parts of their marriage in court or in jail as part of his mission to legalize marijuana.
A VILLAGE policeman had to break off a speech to the local Parish Council about youth disorder to collar a group of teenagers carrying what appeared to be cannabis plants along the street outside.
Durban is definitely the city where people live life on a high note and a plant growing next to a set of traffic lights in the city is proof of this.
How did “Weeds” ever get on the air? I’m not complaining, mind you, because the Showtime series starring Mary-Louise Parker is one of the freshest and most audacious comedies on television.
A universal mystical experience with life-changing effects can be produced by the hallucinogen contained in magic mushrooms, scientists claim today.