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NEWS: Buy Online at The Glass House! Thanks for a Successful Weekend! Featuring: Dan P. Glass Best MJ of 2014! Featuring Local Artist Shahla Yma
NEWS: Buy Online at The Glass House!

You can now make purchases from The Glass House online! We are thrilled to launch our new online shop – visit and click “Specials,” or go straight to


Thanks for a Successful Weekend!

Many thanks to everyone who came out for the grand opening of our third Glass House location this Saturday! (And, of course, to everyone who helped us celebrate Sean’s birthday in style!) Check out our Facebook page for photos of the shop, the winners of some AMAZING raffle prizes, and an epic glass-blowing

Featuring: Dan P. Glass

One of the best things about working at The Glass House? The culture and community (including you, our customers!). We’re surrounded by awesome people right here in the Dallas Fort-Worth area, but we’re also connected to a larger community of artists and advocates. Nothing beats it!

Today we want to give a shout-out to Dan P. Glass, a Michigan artist who has received international recognition

Best MJ of 2014!

Over the weekend, lots of folks celebrated 4/20 at the 2014 High Times Denver Cannabis Cup. This was an exciting year for Denver and for High Times – it’s the first year High Times had the opportunity to host their event in a state where recreational marijuana use is actually legal. They go balls to the wall in Amsterdam. Now they get to do it in Denver too!


Featuring Local Artist Shahla Yma

Interested in checking out homegrown art from right here in Dallas Fort-Worth? Look no further than right here at The Glass House. We’re currently featuring artist Shahla Yma, and you’ll know immediately which paintings and prints are hers by their bold, vibrant colors and pop culture references. Shahla’s artistic focus

Toke of the Town:

You can now make purchases from The Glass House online! We are thrilled to launch our new online shop – visit and click “Specials,” or go straight to

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In our last post, we talked about the mystery of the cannabis plant . . . and by mystery, we mean, all the things we don’t know because the government won’t let scientists research it. And why won’t they let scientists research a plant? Great question! Think about it.

Anyway, scientists have always found a way to work around stupid government-imposed limitations on knowledge, so research DOES happen. Here’s what it looks like, according to the Washington Post:

  • Researchers CAN get weed for their studies legally – they just have to jump through a lot of hoops. They have to “get the green light” from the FDA, the Department of Health & Human Services, and *drum roll* the DEA.

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A fantastic article recently published by Mint Press News addresses cannabis science vs. politics, starting with the question all pot smokers secretly ask themselves, “Is this better for my lungs than cigarettes?”

According the the article, researchers used data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys and found that adults between the ages of 18 and 59 who smoke one joint per day had the same lung function as someone who didn’t partake in the plant.

We know that some regular joint smokers report bronchial symptoms from rolling papers that folks who use vaporizers don’t experience as much. But what does that say about cannabis, or about marijuana smoke, or about rolling papers?

We’ve been told marijuana more...

Where’s the Weed in Obama’s State of the Union?

Pro-marijuana advocates are a little disappointed after President Obama’s State of the Union address last night. Many cannabis blogs have pointed out the glaring lack of comment about legalization, especially in light of the growing public dialogue about the failing “War on Drugs.”

Business Insider writer Anthony Weiner points out that this point of our President’s tenure marks the point at which he should start “securing his legacy.” For instance, he’s taken action on immigration, improved America’s relationship with Cuba, and announced a huge community college plan.

Typically when we see a topic taking up as much air time in the media as marijuana is, executive action follows. Weiner made some common sense suggestions to President Obama that we thought we’d share with y’all: more...