The 420 anthem is here: Wyclef's "Four Twenty" also featuring Wavie D and Alshawn Martin. It was released in March on the mixtape, "Wyclef Goes Back to School, Volume 1."
I like to say I discovered 420, because it's true. It happened at a Grateful Dead show in Oakland in 1990 when I was working for High Times.
Twenty-five years ago, Kurt Cobain allegedly committed suicide. High on heroin, many have wondered how he could have fired a shotgun. A 2014 investigation by Seattle PD confirmed their original conclusion.
CelebStoner Seth Rogen and his filmmaking partner Evan Goldberg have inked a deal with Canopy Growth to launch a brand of pot products, Houseplant, in Canada. Rogen gushed about marijuana on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
"Real Time" host Bill Maher voiced his displeasure about the new Pax vaporizer design and button controls on portables due to what he calls "reverse improvements" during a New Rule.
New Jersey's best-known legalization advocate Whoopi Goldberg is calling on the legislature to pass a bill that would tax and regulate cannabis. A vote is expected on March 25.
Sixteen years after recovering from alcohol abuse, PGA Tour player Robert Garrigus was suspended by the association for testing positive to a "drug of abuse": marijuana.
The Equity First Alliance staged a protest in Austin on March 15 that focused on speaking appearances by former Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner and MedMen's Adam Bierman at SXSW.