Brendan Bures

Brendan Bures is the Culture Editor at The Fresh Toast.

Author’s recent posts:

Pet Owners In Denver Keep Naming Their Dogs After Marijuana

According to the leading dog experts at Rover.com, “marijuana-themed monikers” for dogs are up 41 percent.

Third Most Popular Google Food Search? CBD Gummies

Unicorn cake came in as the top food-related Google search while romaine lettuce—a major worry in the United States following a major E.coli outbreak—took the number two slot.

Martha Stewart Eats Marijuana Edibles, Says ‘They’re Fine’

Martha Stewart discussed her friendship with Snoop Dogg during an appearance on the Wendy Williams Show and wouldn’t you know, the topic of marijuana was brought up.

Miley Cyrus Blames Her Mom For Being Back On The Weed

A few years removed from declaring “weed is the best drug on earth,” then demonizing it to promote wholesome values amidst a 2017 apology tour, Miley Cyrus is back on the herb.

Former Detroit Lions Denied Entry To Michigan Medical Marijuana Business

As more football players turn to cannabis treatment for injury recovery and pain relief instead of dangerous opioids, Johnson and Sim could've represented a bridge between communities.

‘Game of Thrones’ Star Warns Fans: Don’t Believe Everything You Read About Final Season

Richard Dormer, who plays fire-sword wielding, eyepatch-wearing Beric Dondarrion, admitted the show leaks some news on purpose.

Marvel Fans Beg NASA ‘Please Rescue Tony Stark’ After ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Trailer

The image of a hapless and helpless Tony Stark didn’t sit well with fans, so they began reaching out to anyone they could find to help, including NASA.

Elon Musk Finally Admits ‘I Have No Idea How To Smoke Pot’

In the ongoing saga of the marijuana puff that broke the internet, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has now mounted an insurmountable defense to would-be detractors.

Less Than 0.01% Of Texas Patients Have Been Prescribed Medical Marijuana

Of the estimated 150,000 people the medicine could help, only 574 patients have been issued prescriptions.

Marijuana Researchers Find Breakthrough Treatment For Diabetes, High Cholesterol

The rare cannabinoid THCV, according to scientists, could provide treatments for diabetes, lower cholesterol, and other health benefits.