Gay potheads and allies, this Pride season is arguably the most critical to date.
In 2013, the proposed construction of a Trader Joe’s at the intersection of Northeast Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and Alberta Street set into motion what WW reporter Nigel Jaquiss called a PR crisis for the city of Portland.
So you scored an invite to a Memorial Day weekend cookout (weather permitting).
As cannabis continues to go mainstream, plenty of famous faces are not only open about what they’re smoking; an increasing number of actors, athletes and musicians are lending their names to new industry products, or actively investing in startups.
What do you see when you picture a Pacific Northwest hiker?
World Baking Day might not have been created by stoners, but if anyone could appreciate such an unnecessary, whimsical holiday, it’s someone who enthusiastically bakes, eats and stockpiles cannabis of the confectionery variety.
The 2020 Census determined enough people had moved to Oregon to qualify the state for another seat in Congress.
Nowadays, the combination of motherhood and weed hardly seems taboo.
Over the past two months, Willamette Week has published
When consumers first learned that Oregon’s new legal THC limit for edibles would increase this April from 50 mg to 100 mg per package, stoners statewide agreed it was about time.