Articles tagged with "legacy market"
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NYC bud crawl: Rating New York’s legal & legacy cannabis strainsMikhail Harrison, Amelia Williams, and Calvin Stovall - Published on April 3, 2023Read more
We blazed through the best and worst flower from all corners of the Big Apple’s bud scene for classics like Haze and Sour, plus new favs.
Voices of cannabis: Tahir JohnsonLeafly Staff - Published on April 1, 2023Read more
This Trenton, NJ native is opening his town’s first adult-use cannabis dispensary later this year.
Charting Harlem’s long history as a hotbed for cannabis cultureDan Reagans and Calvin Stovall - Published on February 9, 2023Read more
For more than a century, Harlem has helped define New York City’s world famous cannabis scene. From 1920s Jazz pioneers to the legal legends of today, Leafly honors the neighborhood’s deeply rooted influence on pot culture.
28 grams of game: Shiest Bubz is legendMikhail Harrison and Calvin Stovall - Published on February 3, 2023Read more
In New York cannabis, no name carries more weight than Smoker’s Club co-founder Shiest Bubz. Learn how the Harlem native became NYC’s “Willy Wonka of Weed” in Leafly’s latest 28 grams of game.
28 grams of game: Budega NYC’s Alex NormanAmelia Williams and Calvin Stovall - Published on December 28, 2022Read more
Alex Norman followed his instincts, and the lyrics of New York rap greats, to success in various fields. His legacy-to-legal cannabis journey now lives on for those hoping to take a similar path.
28 grams of game: The Gentlemen SmugglersCalvin Stovall - Published on December 9, 2022Read more
In 28 grams of game, Leafly breaks down the story of how South Carolina cannabis smugglers moved 170 tons of grass, 60 tons of hash, and served the Drug War’s first kingpin sentences.
Atlanta’s cannabis kings: Sharklato, Real 1, GasHouseMikhail Harrison and Dan Reagans - Published on November 29, 2022Read more
Meet the CEOs behind the dirty south’s dankest cannabis brands. For the ‘28 grams of game’ series, these Atlanta weed pioneers show Leafly how they went from underground legends to legal operators.
How Vic Mensa brought premium legal gas to Chicago dispensariesShawn Grant and Tay Tousana - Published on October 26, 2022Read more
Vic and his team took Leafly under the hood of his new legal weed venture, 93 Boyz, which happens to be Illinois’ first licensed Black-owned cannabis brand.
28 grams of game: Sakara BarnesMikhail Harrison and Dan Reagans - Published on October 20, 2022Read more
Sakara Barnes is a legacy NYC seller who became a licensed operator in California. Here’s how she did it, in 28 steps.
Cannabis collectibles tell the tale of prohibition, racism, and legalizationMatt Mernagh - Published on June 14, 2022Read more
As legal weed grows, so does our yearning for mementos of its stories past. These collectors are going all out to preserve weed history.