This 'Rolling' Party Makes Wine-And-Cheese Obsolete

In states where cannabis is legal, connoisseurs are finding creative ways to enhance their experience.

Green Labs, a shared space for cannabis startups in Denver, offers combined sushi- and joint-rolling classes, where people can pay $65 to socialize, sip sake, and study two not-dissimilar skills.

Over the course of an evening, a private chef and local dispensary staffer guide the class through popular rolls. Food, drinks, and rolling-papers are included in the price tag, so all attendees need to bring is their favorite strain and an appetite.

It makes wine-and-cheese retro. Date night in Denver, anyone?


Prime Minister-designate Boris Johnson has dabbled with illicit drugs in the past, but reforming the United Kingdom's antiquated cannabis laws probably won't be part of his future. On Monday it was officially announced that MP Boris Johnson had been elected as Leader of the Conservative Party, which means he will succeed outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May as the head of government. Johnson is expected to take a different approach to politics than his predecessor, but anyone hoping that he will push for national cannabis reform probably shouldn't hold their breath.

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