New York City's cannabis industry is on the rise. Though retail isn't open yet, the city's coolest cannabis experiences are alive and well - add these brands and industry insiders to your bucket list.
New York's Office of Cannabis Management announced the state's first adult-use cannabis retail licenses. 28 were awarded to justice-involved entrepreneurs and 8 to nonprofit organizations in the initial round of the CAURD program.
Filmmakers from around the world submitted their short and feature films to be shown at Katra Film Series' 11th season.
Looking for ways to make your 710 Dab Day / Oil Day more authentic? Enjoy this cannabis holiday with New York's best clubs, secret spots, and hot events!
New York hosted its inaugural Cannabis Wedding Expo, a boutique showcase of local cannabis brands and wedding service providers that redefined the idea of hospitality industries.
Wondering what to do in New York this long July Fourth weekend? From summer concert series to art tours and food festivals, we've got the best events the Empire State has to offer.
Shawanna E. Vaughn, founder of the nonprofit Silent Cry, is a first-time candidate for the New York State Assembly's 70th District (Harlem). This Juneteenth, she reflects on the legacy that led to New York's current public housing crisis.
Shawanna E. Vaughn, founder of the nonprofit Silent Cry, is a first-time candidate for the New York State Assembly's 70th District (Harlem). But her lifelong experience with systemic inequities allows her to focus on the most important community needs.
I Can Relate: An Op-ed by Shawanna Vaughn: A Harlem Resident Running For for New York State Assembly, 70th District
Shawanna Vaughn is a new contender for New York State Assembly's 70th District. But she can relate to the Harlem community - here's why the people should vote for her to represent them in office.
New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed the Conditional Cannabis Cultivator bill into law, creating a pathway for the state's hemp farmers to apply for a license to grow adult-use cannabis in the 2022 season.
New York's Cannabis Program Gets $200 Million Social Equity Fund, Office of Cannabis Management Reports
New York's Office of Cannabis Management and Cannabis Control Board have announced measures to extend the state's program, including a $200 million social equity fund and updates to medical marijuana accessibility.
Tremaine Wright, New York's Cannabis Control Board Chair, Talks Social Equity, Expungement and Craft Industry
Tremaine Wright, Chair of New York's Cannabis Control Board, joined the Honeysuckle podcast to discuss the state's legal cannabis program in all aspects from its sweeping social equity structures to the rise of a craft industry through microbusiness licenses.
Brooklyn welcomes The Bamboo Cafe, the borough's first cannabis-friendly lounge, as its grand opening in Williamsburg brings soothing tunes and a joyful elevated experience with the new Bamboo brand.
NYC's cannabis community and industry luminaries gathered at Alan Cumming's Club Cumming to celebrate the launch of Honeysuckle's FREEDOM issue featuring Damian Marley and stories of cannabis justice.