Cannabis delivery chugs along amid the pandemic.
A dispatch from a seven-hour-long line to buy weed at a dispensary, where the tote bags are free, the branding is consistent, and security wears Blue Lives Matter hats.
What federal law means for some Chicago residents who want to smoke pot
Illinois’s cannabis legalization aims to put dealers out of business, but they’re about more than just selling weed.
Weed Day coverage: a Chicago zine devoted to cooking with pot, how to take a weed bath, dealing with stoned drivers—and more.
Weed Week: There is no completely reliable test for marijuana intoxication, and very few cops trained to recognize it.
Also, it’s so cold that even the Navy Pier Ferris wheel closed.
Also, a residence hall without heat, hot water forces Chicago State University students to stay in hotels.
Also, Emanuel slams Trump for “pointing fingers” at Chicago again.
About 80 people gathered around the Logan Square monument on 4/20, the unofficial “National Weed Day,” for a celebration that doubled as a campaign event.
Chicago party animal Chad the Bird gives high praise to events that just happen to coincide with National Weed Day.
David Sampson photographs city icons through a haze of smoke
Buy your medical marijuana from these 28 Chicago-area sellers.
Also, Rahm returned to Washington, D.C., to discuss infrastructure and meet with DeVos.
This chemical compound found in marijuana presents a tale of two extracts.