Weed + GRUB


“Even if weed and/or grub isn’t your thing, the charm of Glazer and Gibson is worth the price of admission alone.” - Vulture

“One of the Top 10 Cannabis Podcasts” - Uproxx

“Must listen” - Weedmaps

“Mary Jane is at the forefront of the industry.” - MedMen

Photo:  Lauren Hurt

Spark up and chow down with Mike Glazer and Mary Jane (yes, that’s her real name) as they smoke, snack, and swap tales about cannabis, comedy, sex, cooking, pop culture… basically everything you already love. WEED + GRUB is two friends sharing laughs and stories from their insane lives, and interviewing fascinating guests from all walks of life. Light a joint, grab a bite and come along.

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About Mike Glazer

Mike Glazer has performed and written for HBO’s Emmy-nominated Night of Too Many Stars, Food Network, truTV, CBS, High Times, UCB Theatre, Second City Chicago, The Chive, and his live show GLAZED is a Rolling Stone “Best Bet”. He stars in 420-friendly series for PRØHBTD, Civilized, and BuzzFeed's hit series High Guys. His work has over 300 million views. He’s cooked with Gordon Ramsey, and won gold as a roller hockey goalie for Team USA.

About Mary Jane Gibson

Mary Jane is a writer, actor and playwright. She wrote and edited for High Times for over a decade, most recently as culture editor. Mary Jane was named one of the “15 most powerful women in the weed industry” by Complex and was recently featured in Allure. She is now a strategy and product consultant for cannabis companies and writes for a number of outlets including Leafly, Civilized and DOPE. Mary Jane covers cannabis culture, entertainment, and cutting-edge trends, and has interviewed stars like Margaret Cho, Melissa Etheridge, the Super Troopers, Awkwafina, and Charlie Sheen. Mary Jane is a world traveler - she grew up in Newfoundland, and worked as an actor in Montreal, Dublin, London, Paris, Seattle and New York City. She survived going overboard when she was a deckhand and cook on a salmon boat in Alaska.