A Bidding War Is Brewing for David Wallace’s Mansion From The Office

It was an honor to be invited to the home of chief financial officer David Wallace—who was played by actor Andy Buckley—so much that not even all the employees of Dunder Mifflin from the beloved TV series The Office got to go. Now imagine having the chance to own it. The huge six-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion located in Pasadena, California, is up for grabs, and homebuyers are determined to close the deal.

As the Housing Supply Hits a Record Low, Is There Anything Left to Buy?

The early days of COVID-19 and the massive economic and logistical challenges it posed could have really affected the real estate market. But the opposite has proven true: 2020 saw a buying frenzy from coast to coast, with vacation towns as well as urban centers experiencing a surge in demand that often pushed offers well above asking prices. After a year of virtual tours and bidding wars, some recent real estate indicators inspire an interesting question: Are we simply running out of houses to buy?

Barreras falsas: estas cosas no deberían impedirle vacunarse contra COVID-19

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New Mexico Moves Closer To Marijuana Legalization

New Mexico is one step away from becoming the 17th state to legalize cannabis for adult use and the fourth state to adopt a legalization policy by passing a bill through its state legislature. The last stop is Democratic Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s desk for signing.

Are Teen Brains More Vulnerable To Marijuana Addiction?

Legal marijuana doesn’t appear to trigger more cannabis use in teens, but new research shows that some concern is warranted. The study, published in JAMA Pediatrics, suggests teen brains are more vulnerable to marijuana and opioid addiction, making these users more likely to get hooked on drugs when compared to young adults.

Chuck Schumer’s Cannabis Reform Plan Is Becoming Clearer

The cannabis community has been sniffing around for the past month, trying to figure out what Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer means when discussing the comprehensive cannabis reform bill he wants to pass this year. All of the evidence suggests that the U.S. Senate will hear legislation aimed at legalizing the leaf nationwide. However, the intentions of the highly anticipated bill, which Schumer says will be introduced “shortly,” are becoming clearer.

Clubhouse Is The Social Media App Everyone’s Talking About — Here’s What You Should...

When pulling up the Clubhouse website you only get a mysterious prompt and a waving emoji. It reads: “Hey, we’re still opening up but anyone can join with an invite from an existing user!” By downloading Clubhouse through the app store, you’ll join a seemingly endless wait list. Clubhouse is an invitation-only audio based iPhone app that has been around for 11 months. By January of this year, the app was valued at $1 billion, having over 10 million active users per week.

A Breakdown Of Mike Tyson’s $40K A Month Weed Habit

On a recent podcast, Mike Tyson revealed that at Tyson Ranch—the boxer’s soon-to-be marijuana farm and resort—they smoke $40,000 worth of weed a month. Most folks responded with two reactions, one...

Cannabis, Alzheimer’s And Hope Are On The Horizon

CBD is getting all of the attention these days, and with that comes intense scrutiny. Does it really work? Are its claims bogus? Will the FDA ever fully accept it? But one...

What Are Terpenes?

Terpenes ˈtər-ˌpēns | Noun Terpenes Definition: Organic compounds that provide aroma and flavor in cannabis and a variety of other organisms, including plants. Terpenes are responsible for the aroma and flavors of cannabis, and influence its...