America's favorite stoner rapper Snoop Dogg was busted on suspicion of DWI Saturday night after a concert in Uppsala, Sweden. "They took me down there and made me pee in a cup," he notes about the police. "Didn't find shit!"
The terrific MUTTS comic strip steers into stoner-movie territory with a tribute to "The Big Lebowski." Mooch the cat dons shades and a bathrobe, and holds a drink (surely a White Russian). The tag line: "Keep Calm and Abide."
On the heels of Pres. Obama commuting the sentences of 46 prisoners in jail on drug-related charges, singer John Legend weighs in with a powerful column in "Time" magazine.
More than 30 famous musicians have passed away so far in 2015, including B.B. King, Ornette Coleman, Ben E. King, Percy Sledge, Leslie Gore, Johnny Kemp, Daevid Allen, and members of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young; Yes; Free; the Brothers Johnson; Toto; and Twisted Sister.
Fresh off her bonghitting role in "Ted 2," Amanda Seyfried is the latest female celeb to proselytize for pot. She joins Kelly Clarkson, Jane Fonda and Stevie Nicks on this list.