Today is April 20, a day during which we celebrate pot—its culture; its industry; its fast-growing legal acceptance; its ability to make environments feel lighter and more like a video game; its ability to alleviate pain. It’s a day during which people get higher than most. And were Nate Dogg and his honey-vocals still alive (may he rest in peace), he’d hope that all you tokers are “passing nothing but ‘dro indeed / real trees / chronic leaves / no seeds”—the good stuff.
So kick back and take in some of Tablet’s righteous weed coverage:
Is Your Kosher Marijuana Ethically Grown?
A Flourishing $40 Million Medical Marijuana Industry Helps Israelis Forget
D.C.’s Marijuana Reform Rabbi
How the Other Half Gets Baked
Colorado Activist Mason Tvert Looking for National Impact in Marijuana Legalization
Closure of Israel’s Border With Egypt Seeds a New Domestic Industry: Homegrown Pot
Israelis Are United Over Medical Marijuana
A Prayer for Deadheads
Jonathan Zalman is a writer and teacher based in Brooklyn.