The much-awaited Super Bowl contest between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks is just days away. Who's a stoner to root for?
It was French mega dance group Daft Punk's night at the Grammy Awards Sunday night. The took five trophies for the hit song, "Get Lucky." and album, "Random Access Memories."
Bill Maher devoted a large portion of his latest episode of "Real Time" to the changes in marijuana laws that are sweeping the nation. He was joined by fellow Top CelebStoner Willie Nelson.
"I will be watching the Super Bowl while I light up my own Super Bowl," says Tommy Chong. It appears that his comedy partner Cheech Marin is rooting for the Broncos, while Chong's for the Seahawks.
In a wide-ranging interview with The New Yorker, former Choom Gang leader Pres. Obama goes into some depth about marijuana and other drugs. Check out his comments: The good, the bad and the ugly.
The two states that have legalized marijuana for recreational use will have teams facing off against each other in the Super Bowl on Feb. 2. Denver is representing Colorado and Seattle for Washington.
Senate Majority leader Harry Reid has done an about-face about pot. "If you’d asked me this question a dozen years ago, it would have been easy to answer - I would have said no," Reid reveals. "But I can’t say that anymore."
Browns wide receiver Davonne Bess is acting more like a rude boy than an NFL football player. In the last two days, he was arrested for assaulting an officer and posted a photo of a blunt and weed.