Harmony Korine's teen exploitation flick "Spring Breakers" features heavy partying, non-stop bikinis and a wannabe gangsta played by metal-mouthed James Franco.
Rock legend J.J. Cale suffered a fatal heart attack on Friday. He was best known for songs like "After Midnight" and "Cocaine," which were both popularized by Eric Clapton.
In a discussion about the War on Drugs on "Piers Morgan Live," Anthony Bourdain divulged that his "drug of choice for many years was heroin."
Due to pressure from an anti-drug group, the MPP's 30-second spot that was supposed to air at the Brickyard 400 auto race in Indianapolis this past weekend was yanked.
Lowell's favorite literary son Jack Kerouac is being commemorated tomorrow with a bobble head promotion at the Spinners minor league baseball game.
Colorado Springs, the second most populous city in Colorado, has voted to ban the legal sale of marijuana at retail outlets, joining more than 50 cities around the state that have decided to "opt out" of the new law.
For the third time in five years, New Hampshire's legislature voted in favor of medical marijuana. This time Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan signed the bill.
UNC basketball's leading scorer P.J. Hairston was arrested for marijuana possession on June 3 in Durham. The charge was dismissed on July 22.