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 eye film museum to host conference for investors in cannabis
eye film museum to host conference for investors in cannabis

Photo: Depositphotos.comThe Eye film museum in Amsterdam will next month hold a conference focused on encouraging investment in cannabis products, the Parool reported at the weekend.Processing the marijuana plant in drinks and chocolate, for example, is a major trend with offers great investment opportunities, the organisers say.Michael Kraland, who is behind the conference, says that American and Canadian companies are currently leading in marijuana-based products, but that laws make this more difficult in Europe.Recent major deals include the €3.8bn which drinks company Constellation Brands put into Canopy Growth,  which grows medical cannabis. And Heineken owns an American company named Lagunitas, which in turn produces Hi-Fi Hops, a non-alcoholic cannabis drink.Two analysts from German

estonian film museum by andrés gallardo albajar

We're really digging these 'Wes Anderson-y' shots of the Estonian Film Museum by photographer Andrés Gallardo Albajar.  BOA Architects created this beautiful, modern structure and Andres does a perfect job of showcasing the many different facets through his lens. Our personal favorite shots are of the 210-seat cinema and conference hall with not one soul in the frame. Enjoy and learn more about the museum itself after the gallery. The Film Museum, which operates as part of the Estonian History Museum, now has a building of its own in Maarjamäe Palace Park. Visitors are directed to the Film Museum via a pathway that resembles a red carpet, so that when you walk towards the museum, you feel like a true film star. This cinematographic alley is lined with playful works of art, inspired by mast

untold stories | thessaloniki | may 18-19 | what’s on

Thessaloniki’s Museum of Film celebrates this year’s International Museum Day with a special treat for classical cinema enthusiasts. On May 18 from 8.30 a.m. until 4 p.m. and on May 19 from 8.30 a.m. until 10 p.m., visitors to the museum will be able to have a guided tour of the museum and the exhibition “Without a Knife and Fork,” which focuses on the subject of food in Greek cinema. On May 19 at 8 p.m. Polish director Pavel Pavlikovski’s Academy Award-winning film “Ida” will be screened, taking viewers back to 1962 Poland and giving them a look into the life of an orphan girl who, on the eve of becoming a nun, finds out she is Jewish. Admission is free.Thessaloniki Museum of Film, Warehouse A, Pier A,tel 231.050.8398

cannabis addiction is not heroin addiction. that doesn’t make it any less real.

When I tell people that I am a clinical psychologist who treats people with cannabis addiction, the response that I receive can often be disbelief. “Marijuana is a natural and medicinal plant,” people tend to voice. Versions of this argument can also be found in almost every comment section of any cannabis-related news story. This is correct—cannabis is natural. Cannabis can also have medicinal benefits for problems such as certain kinds of pain and chemotherapy-induced side effects. There is even upcoming research on the use of cannabis and cannabis derivatives in the treatment of particular psychiatric disorders, such as those involving post-traumatic stress, anxiety, and depressive symptoms (though this is both a complex and contentious area of research). Nevertheless, the fact that can

international cannabis expo held in athens | multimedia

TAGS:Exhibition, Society, HealthA visitor (l) speaks with an employee about products containing cannabis at the 1st International Cannabis Expo, in Athens, Saturday. The Greek government has announced it is set to propose changes to legislation covering the use and production of medicinal cannabis, which will allow the legal cultivation of industrial hemp. [Yorgos Karahalis/AP]Online

time goes inside `2001: a space odyssey` exhibit

50 years ago, Stanley Kubrick’s and Arthur C. Clarke’s film “2001: A Space Odyssey” hit theaters in the United States. To celebrate the half-century milestone of the film’s premiere, the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C. has launched a temporary exhibit enabling attendees to relive one of the final scenes in real time.The exhibit, called “The Barmecide Feast,” recreates the hotel room from the second to last scene in the film. The immersive art installation, which will remain in the museum until May 28, was conceived by Simon Birch, a British artist based in Hong Kong. Birch built the exhibit with the assistance of architect Paul Kember, whose uncles worked on designing the set for the film 50 years ago, according to a release from the Museum .TIME was given sp

a team that now has a licence to grow cannabis

Last year in April, senior narcotics officers were discussing the drug problem in Himachal Pradesh at a conference organised by the Institute for Narcotics Studies and Analysis, a think-tank. Most of the talk centred around drug busts and how to tackle marijuana (and opium) farms. Here, Jahan Peston Jamas, 27, went up to talk about legitimising and strengthening the cannabis farms. 

Jamas’ proof-based talk on the industrial use of hemp (cannabis) was so convincing that a senior bureaucrat, who wanted to propose replacing these cultivations with apple orchards, paused to ...

amaliada farmer paid workers in cannabis | news

A 48-year-old Greek pepper farmer and four Pakistani men on Friday faced a prosecutor in Amaliada in the Peloponnese on drug-related charges after the former allegedly paid the migrants for their work on his farm in cannabis.According to local reports, the 48-year-old paid the Pakistanis, two of whom are aged 25, one aged 26 and a fourth aged 39, in cannabis for four days of work.A police search led to the confiscation of 215 grams of cannabis.It was unclear exactly how much cannabis the farmer is alleged to have given each man.

researchers identify genes that give cannabis its flavor

UBC scientists have scanned the genome of cannabis plants to find the genes responsible for giving various strains their lemony, skunky or earthy flavors, an important step for the budding legal cannabis industry.

art and democracy | athens | december 7-9 | what’s on

The Hellenic Parliament Foundation and the Acropolis Museum have organized an interdisciplinary conference titled “Art and Democracy,” taking place at the museum from Thursday, December 7, to Saturday, December 9, with free admission. The conference aims to examine the topic through the 19th and 20th centuries, and brings together historians, political scientists, philosophers and literary analysts, among others, who will analyze issues such as freedom of expression, how art expresses political developments and shifting views, and other related themes. Proceedings start daily at 10 a.m.Acropolis Museum, 15 Dionysiou Areopagitou,Acropolis,tel 210.900.0900

portlaoise postal centre seizure: cannabis sweets seized

DUBLIN, Ireland - In three separate operations, Revenue officers seized 2 kg of cannabis-infused ‘jelly sweets’ along with 650g of herbal cannabis and 50,000 contraband cigarettes.

draft bill lays down rules for medical cannabis producers | news

A draft bill laying the ground rules governing cannabis production in Greece was submitted to Parliament on Wednesday.The bill, a document prepared jointly by officials at the Health, Economy, Agriculture and Justice ministries, seeks to end the country’s reliance on foreign imports of medical cannabis.The new rules stipulate that producers must be at least 21 years old and have no drug-related convictions. Government officials say the bill will boost domestic production and attract foreign investors.“The purpose is to promote productive investments in this field and to benefit the economy and state,” said Health Minister Andreas Xanthos, while Agriculture Development Minister Vangelis Apostolou noted that there is already “huge interest” in investing in the field.Medical use of cannabis w

medical cannabis no 'magic pill' for chronic pain: expert

False hope is driving claims medicinal cannabis is the "magic pill" for chronic pain, an Australian pain specialist says.Professor Milton Cohen, who is director of professional affairs for ANZCA's faculty of pain medicine, says that based on current evidence, medicinal cannabis is not going to revolutionise the treatment of chronic pain for those without cancer.
An expert in chronic pain will tell a Brisbane conference that cannabis is no 'magic pill'. Photo: The Age"We know that chronic pain is a much more complex phenomenon which requires a holistic approach to management that is tailored to the individual's circumstances. To rely only on medicines is just not going to work," Prof Cohen said.He will speak at the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists' (ANZCA) annual scient

daily cannabis use is on the rise in american adults

NEW YORK (June 20, 2018)--Cannabis use may be decreasing among teens, but a new study by researchers at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health showed that American adults have increasingly used cannabis daily since 2007. The findings are published online in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs.The legal status of cannabis for medicinal and recreational use rapidly evolved between 2007 and 2014, with the number of states with medical cannabis laws doubling from 12 to 24. As of September 2017, 29 states and the District of Columbia had medical cannabis laws, and 8 states and the District of Columbia had recreational cannabis laws.The study found that nondaily cannabis use decreased among those aged 12 to 2J and 35 to 49 before 2007, increased among all adults after 2007

snoop dogg's weed supplier dr. dina on being cannabis consultant to the stars

Nearly thirty years ago, Dina Browner was only 15 when she tried pot for the first time. Make that, peer pressured to try pot for the first time by—wait for it—Snoop Dogg. Cut to present day and Browner who’s famously known as Dr. Dina, is the co-owner of the longest running cannabis dispensary south of San Francisco, the founder of a non-profit organization Freedom Grow that helps people who have been imprisoned for non-violent cannabis crimes, a host of the podcast “Cannabis Confidential,” and the cannabis consultant to the Netflix show Disjointed, starring Kathy Bates.She’s been referred to as the “pot doc to the stars,” the “queen of weed,” and the “Mona Lisa of Mary Jane.” And in a cool full circle moment, how she got her start as the cannabis connoisseur that she is today, complete w

museum conference | athens & thessaloniki | november 30 & december 1 | what’s on

The American and British embassies in Athens and the British Council present “Museums as Agents of Change: Diversity, Accessibility and Inclusion,” at the Benaki Museum in Athens on Thursday, November 30, and at the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art in Thessaloniki on Friday, December 1. The seventh edition of the Museum Conference, the organizers have invited professionals from museums and the wider cultural sector, artists and students to examine in which ways museums and cultural organizations can change the lives of people and constitute pillars of healthy communities. The conferences will include keynote addresses and a series of workshops, and will feature the following guest speakers: Nicole Ivy, director of inclusion, American Alliance of Museums, USA; Georgia Krantz, independe

aspen live founder launches cannabis summit

Launched in 1996, the Aspen Live conference has become a must-attend event for a growing group of music industry insiders and up-and-comers who travel to the Colorado resort town every winter for three days of skiing, panels and keynote interviews often led by writer and podcaster Bob Lefsetz. The event's founder Jim Lewi, a music industry veteran who works at both Goldstar and Red Light Management, is seizing on the success of the event to launch a cannabis conference in one of the first states in the U.S. to legalize recreational marijuana.The Aspen High Summit begins Monday (Dec. 11) and runs three days with panels on cannabis sales at music events, a panel on the influence of media featuring Voice Media CEO Scott Tobias along with Ricardo Baca, founder of the country's first newspaper

investor interest in cultivating medical cannabis in greece | business

Five consortiums with investment plans to cultivate cannabis for medical use, adding up to over 1 billion euros on paper, have already knocked on the door of Deputy Economy Minister Stergios Pitsiorlas.A few days ago the Greek Parliament approved the law for the production, manufacturing and sale of medical products containing cannabis, paving the way for attracting investment in a new and largely misunderstood activity. It remains to be seen whether the initial strong interest transforms into actual investment and whether the interested parties are long-term rather than short-term investors. In general, developments will depend on the speed of the issue of the necessary secondary legislation and its content.Among the parties interested in the cultivation of medical cannabis in Greece are

cannabis racket busted | news

Greek Police officers have arrested 25 suspected members of two cannabis-smuggling rackets believed to be bringing large quantities of the drug into Greece from Albania, sources said Wednesday.Police were conducting raids in Athens and other parts of the country Wednesday in a bid to apprehend more suspects.Officers said they had confiscated large quantities of cannabis, speedboats, road vehicles and large amounts of cash, as well as cordoning off a cannabis farm, whose location was not disclosed. 

cannabis: a visual perspective and more boulder-area events for tuesday, jan. 9,

The late botanical artist Ida Pemberton sketched cannabis in the 1930s-'40s. Her work is part of the exhibition "Cannabis: A Visual Perspective," at the CU Museum of Natural History. (Courtesy photo)TODAYCannabis: A Visual PerspectiveThe exhibit, said to be the first of its kind in the nation, features botanical illustrations in watercolor, colored pencil, print and mixed media, presented by the Rocky Mountain Society of Botanical Artists. The images explore diversity in the genus cannabis; through May 20, CU Museum of Natural History, Henderson Building, 15th and Broadway, Boulder; colorado.edu/cumuseum/cannabis"Reckless Abandon" with Sue Blosten — Englewood mixed media artist Sue Blosten creates colorful, engaging, and multi-dimensional artworks using found objects; 10:30 a.m., Bricolage

stedelijk museum director quits over private business interests

The director of the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam has resigned with immediate effect following the publication of news articles about her private commercial interests.Beatrix Ruf is standing down ‘in the interests of the museum, given the recent media speculation, which could have an impact on the museum’s reputation,’ the museum said in a statement.Earlier this month, the NRC reported that Rus is owner of an art consultancy in addition to her job as director of the city’s modern art museum. The consultancy advised private individuals and companies about lending art to the museum itself.In 2015, the consultancy made net profit of €430,000, raising questions about how much time she was able to devote to her company in addition to doing her job at the museum, the paper said.The museum is car

australia expected to become world's top medicinal cannabis supplier: health min

Australia's budding medicinal cannabis sector is set for a major windfall after winning approval to begin exports.Health Minister Greg Hunt said allowing medicinal cannabis product exports will help the developing domestic market to grow."By helping the domestic manufacturers to expand, this, in turn, helps to ensure an ongoing supply of medicinal cannabis products here in Australia," Mr Hunt said in a statement.He hopes Australia can be the world's top supplier of medicinal cannabis.Recommended reading The export permit will be done by regulation.The federal government in 2016 legalised patient access to Australian-grown and manufactured medicinal cannabis, subject to state and territory regulations.Victoria became Australia's first state to legalise cannabis for medical use and was quick

after law change, greek medicinal users hope to enter cannabis business | commun

Konstantinos Syros turned to cannabis 26 years ago after a motorcycle accident left him with deformed arm and debilitating pain that conventional treatments could not assuage. For years he had to buy it illegally. Now, he plans to grow it himself.Greece legalised cannabis for medical use last year, and in March this year it lifted a ban on growing and producing it, in the hope of drawing foreign investment into the sector.The law permitting Greeks to grow cannabis has come as a relief to patients, who say that lifting the ban on using it was only half the battle, as long as it remained hard to get.The number seeking medicinal cannabis has grown "by thousands," said Syros, who heads the Organisation for Patients Supporting Medicinal Use of Cannabis and lives off a disabilitypension."They ca

cannabis nursery discovered in lagonissi | news

A 33-year-old man has been arrested after police raided a luxury home in Lagonissi, southeastern Attica, where hydroponic cannabis was been cultivated on a large scale.The drugs squad carried out the raid following a tip-off.A total of 564 cannabis plants were seized.Police said that the man they took into custody was already wanted on rape charges.A prosecutor in Athens referred the case to a local magistrate. 

more than 200 cannabis plants seized on nsw mid-north coast, police

Police have seized more than 200 cannabis plants and 20kg of cannabis leaf in 48 hours after two unrelated raids on the NSW mid north coast.The drugs have a potential estimated street value of half a million dollars, police said. During the first search at an Argents Hills property west of Bowraville on Thursday, officers allegedly discovered 145 cannabis plants, and about 7kg of cannabis leaf and cash.A 47-year-old man was charged with cultivating, possessing and supplying an indictable quantity of cannabis and dealing with property suspected of being the proceeds of crime. A second man, 68, was also charged with cultivation and supply.A day later, police searched a Boorganna property north of Taree where they seized 59 plants and more than 13kg of leaf. A man is being interviewed by poli

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