Magic Leap is a promising company that focuses on Augmented Reality and that wants to bring the digital world out of the screen and into our physical spaces.
But the 2018 games mark the 20-year anniversary when the bombshell was a snowboarding gold medalist from Canada who began the debate over whether Olympians can, and even should, use cannabis.
Ross Rebagliati, the Canadian snowboarder turned cannabis entrepreneur, received the first Olympic Gold awarded in snowboarding. It wouldn’t be a long celebration.
Much to the delight of many across America, the New England Patriots lost the Super Bowl Sunday.
Former NFL players from the league’s history have joined forces in a public service announcement to call out the hypocrisy and backwards policies regarding athletes using medical marijuana.
NFL athletes are not the only players whose sport exposes them to potentially life-altering head trauma, but they have been getting a lion’s share of the media attention.
Former Miami Dolphin and noted cannabis activist Ricky Williams will be hosting a BYOW (Bring Your Own Weed) Super Bowl Party in California.
Many within California have voiced opinions from expected and unexpected sources. Among those were Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr, who voiced his positive approval.
Mike Tyson, the former heavyweight champion and one-time most-feared-man on the planet, has traded in his boxing gloves for gardening gloves.
Jerry Richardson announced his intent to sell the Carolina Panthers Sunday following an investigation announcement over accusations of workplace misconduct.