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Is the Commander-Who-Chiefs ready for Portland’s myriad marijuana options? We’ve got suggestions, POT-US (Get it? Pot. Us. POTUS. Never mind).
Fiona McCann and Sam Stites
Here are some selections from the ever-growing list of dispensaries and cannabis services that offer delivery in the Portland area.
Looking for the perfect set and setting? Look no further.
Portland Monthly Staff
Got your shot? Congrats—you qualify for a discount on pot. Or a free Jell-O shot!
You can help shape the future of cannabis by supporting Black-owned businesses with your choice of bud or dispensary.
There's no magical panacea. But these come close.
“It’s definitely odd that I found myself in the cannabis industry, but I’m really happy, really thankful that it happened.”
And that's a good thing: the Oregon Cannabis Equity Act would help level the playing field for BIPOC communities.
The relationship between cannabis and mental health is complicated, but it’s helped me survive this year in ways it never has before.
Nail artist Nomi Miraj comes to your door (masked and with gloves) for chill spa times.
Oregon State researchers are digging into the long-term effects of legalization, with some surprising results
Kick off summer with a cannabis-centric gathering in bucolic Veneta.
The highest of the holidays approaches. Here's where to score some bargain bud.
The guy from K9 and Red Heat now sells the strain smoked on Saturday Night Live back in the 1970s in Portland.
Here are three dispatches from our quickly evolving cannabis community, plus our favorite new ways to soak up the scene.
Rebecca Jacobson, Emma Mannheimer, and Marty Patail
What does Oregon’s top cannabis chocolatier eat in her downtime? Fancy weed brownies, basically.
Cannabis: Soak It Up
From unicorn pipes to exploding edibles to weed perfume, here's what we're loving right now.
Rebecca Jacobson and Marty Patail
Cannabis: Rules & Regs
It's been quite the process.
Cannabis: New Frontiers
Absolutely, says Portland neuroscientist Adie Wilson-Poe.
Cannabis: Women & Weed
The Initiative sets out to boost women-led weed businesses.