Getting married is, allegedly, super stressful. There’s the planning and the seating charts and the whole thing where you spend your life savings on a party you won’t even remember. But in Oregon at least, you can now legally add a little relaxing agent to the mix: cannabis.
On March 26, the Cannabis Wedding Expo is coming to Portland to show you just how you can add legal weed to your celebration of love.
The event, which is 21 and over, will be held at The Left Bank Annex. It costs $10 to attend, which is basically the same as the Portland Bridal Show, which begins Feb. 25 at the Convention Center, but probably won’t feature much in the way of weed.
The expo promises to help 4:20-friendly couples discover “custom hemp wedding dresses, cannabis floral arrangements, cannabis-friendly venues, caterers, photographers, transportation companies and more.”
In Portland specifically, they will be “be
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The Indiana Pacers entered Saturday’s home game against the Portland Trail Blazers on the back end of back-to-back games, having lost by eight in Dallas on Friday.
The Dallas loss was the last of five-game road trip into the Western Conference. Moreover, the Blazers are one of the NBA’s best offensive teams and the Pacers are one of the worst defensive teams in the league.
Every indication pointed to a rough night for the undoubtedly tired Pacers, but few would likely have anticipated the deluge that Portland inundated Indiana with from the start.
And even fewer would have predicted that the Pacers would survive and emerge victorious anyway.
Portland scored 44 points in the opening quarter and led by as much as 20 in the first half, but the Pacers managed to stay within range. Doing so allowed All-Star Paul George to work his magic in the fourth quarter. George scored 15 points in
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