Taylor Berman

Taylor Berman is a writer and editor living in Brooklyn, New York. Prior to The Fresh Toast, he worked as an editor and writer at Gawker.com, an editor and writer at MentalFloss.com, a staff writer at Fuse, a fact-checker at New York Magazine, an editorial assistant at a medical publisher, a community organizer in Baltimore, and an English teacher in South Korea. He is also a contributing editor at Spin.com and a co-host of the hit podcast Food on Franklin.

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The 5 Best Board Games To Play After Consuming Marijuana

It also gives you the opportunity to get blazed and play some board games with your buds. Below are the five best options for such an activity.

Here’s How The Pros Suggest You Safeguard Your Marijuana Edibles From Kids

Marijuana edibles are a great way to ingest cannabis. They’re tasty, discreet, and you can put an exact dose into each. But you have to be careful too.

9 Ways You Can Leave Work Early The Friday Before A Long Weekend

With Labor Day weekend just hours away, you better get your excuses and office exit-strategies ready.

Man Chugged Axe Body Spray After He Was Pulled Over for DUI, Arrested Anyway

One thing you absolutely should NOT do is drink a ton of AXE body spray in view of the police officers walking up to your car.

9-Foot-Gator Shocks Family After Breaking Into Home

Easter Sunday is a time for family and generally speaking, it is not a time for a nine-foot-long alligator to climb 15 steps to your second floor porch.

5 Ways To Get Rid Of The Marijuana Smell After Smoking

That marijuana smell is a pungent odor. No one wants their clothes or bags or apartment to reek of marijuana. Here's how to quell that smell fast.

All She Wanted Was A Pepsi: Woman Busted For Allegedly Raiding Drake’s Fridge

The truest sign of Drake's stardom is the fact that a fan allegedly broke into his Los Angeles house to drink some water and soda from his fridge.

Colorado Marijuana DUIs Down One Third From 2016

Arrests for driving under the influence of marijuana in Colorado were down 33.2 percent in the first three months of 2017 compared to last year.

Pet Marijuana Overdoses Are Up 145 Percent in New York

The A.S.P.C.A.’s national animal poison control center says it’s seen a 144 percent increase in pet marijuana overdoses from 2010 to 2015.

Texas Lawmaker Wants To End Driving Suspensions For Drug Convictions

Dem. Rep. Beto O’Rourke has introduced a bill to repeal a federal law to suspend or remove the driver’s licenses of people convicted of drug offenses.