The Cannabrander: Studio A64 Case Study: The Local Social Dimensions Of Best-Practice Branding

“We’re a social space for marijuana users, so we serve coffee and other drinks.  We also have a real soda fountain where we create awesome milkshakes!”

By Ben Weinberg COLORADO: Studio A64 is a private, members-only cannabis club in Colorado Springs, Colorado that features a large, open space on the main floor as well as an upstairs lounge.  Studio A64 does not provide cannabis, and Ambur Racek who, along with Wanda Stark, owns and operates the club, wouldn’t have it any Read the full article…

Marijuana And Social Media: #YouCantPostThat

"Facebook’s blanket anti-drug policy impacts our ability to exercise our political speech rights and that frustrates us (and our readers) on a daily basis."

WASHINGTON:  If you follow us on Facebook, you probably know about our ongoing saga with the social media giant over its having banned our promoting our page or our posts. Why is Facebook blocking us from promoting content from the Canna Law Blog on its pages? According to the Facebook Advertising Guidelines, and from what we have been Read the full article…

Watch Your Pot Posts On Social Media

A quick search on Instagram shows that photos of weed are not in short supply.

CYBERSPACE: We here at High Times have high hopes that everyone out there is careful with what you are posting on social media…because if you post the wrong thing, it can seriously come back to bite you in the ass.

The Brain Behind Seattle Police's Social Media On Marijuana, Twitter, And Doritos

Seattle Police Dept. @SeattlePD

Rock it:

WASHINGTON: Seattle’s Hempfest is the nation’s largest festival celebrating pot culture, especially the decriminalization of marijuana usage. This year’s Hempfest comes after the citizens of Washington voted to decriminalize and regulate pot statewide. Local police, though, are still charged with making sure that people use the substance in a smart way.

The Brain Behind Seattle Police's Social Media On Marijuana, Twitter, And Doritos

Seattle Police Dept. @SeattlePD

Rock it:

WASHINGTON: Seattle’s Hempfest is the nation’s largest festival celebrating pot culture, especially the decriminalization of marijuana usage. This year’s Hempfest comes after the citizens of Washington voted to decriminalize and regulate pot statewide. Local police, though, are still charged with making sure that people use the substance in a smart way.