Tommy Chong wants to get high high high with Paul McCartney. He smoked pot with George Harrison and hung with John Lennon and Ringo Starr, but has yet to meet McCartney. "One day Paul, you and I are going to burn one," he predicts.
During a week when public support for same-sex marriage grew exponentially as the Supreme Court heard a relevant case, Willie Nelson hopped on the gay-rights bandwagon.
"Cheech & Chong's Animated Movie" features the dank duo's early comedy routines like "Dave's Not Here" and "Let's Make a Dope Deal." Far out, man!
Meet Marta Walraven, TV's new Nancy Botwin. Radha Mitchell stars as the Russian-American housewife who takes over her husband's Northern California smuggling business on ABC's druggy drama, "Red Widow."
G-Funk meets reggae on Snoop Lion's latest single from his "Reincarnated" album, "Lighters Up." Joining Snoop are Mavado and Popcaan, a virtual Jamaican Dogg Pound.
Hunter S. Thompson's initial goal was to be a sports writer, but once he imbedded himself in the world of California's Hell's Angels, Thompson's "gonzo" legend began to grow.
Like Bob Marley, Peter Tosh was often photographed smoking spliffs, but he took it a step further, puffing on stage. "Ganja has everything to do with the upliftment of the mind," Tosh said.