Mike Tyson is launching the so-called "Weed Boxing Championship" on August 27 in Koh Samui, Thailand's second largest island. However, the former heavyweight champ will not be participating in the competition.
Only in the bizarro world we now live in would women back Johnny Depp in his defamation suit against Amber Heard. It's a major focus of the three-part series "Depp v. Heard" now streaming on Netflix.
Jon Singleton was out of major league baseball following two lengthy drug suspensions. But he persevered and rejoined the Astros five years after they released him, hitting two home runs in his first game back in Houston.
"National Lampoon's Animal House" was released on July 28, 1978. Many in the cast of mostly unknown actors (except for John Belushi and Donald Sutherland) went on to have brilliant careers like Karen Allen and Tom Hulce. Forty-five years later, where are they now?
Not every musician is a pot smoker. Look no further than Joan Baez, whose doctored photo of her hitting a bong in the company of Jimi Hendrix is making another viral run through social media. Baez has said about pot: "I didn't smoke – zero."
Now that the Delaware and Minnesota legislatures have passed legalization, there are 23 U.S. states with adult-use marijuana laws. Several more states - New Hampshire and Ohio - might join them in 2023.
Less than two years ago, "Dopesick" began streaming on Hulu. The series focuses on Purdue Pharma, OxyContin and the opioid crisis in America. It received 14 Emmy nominations. Fast forward to 2023 and the same story has been repackaged by Netflix into a six-part series called "PainKiller."
The legendary weed mag High Times played a major role in connecting the hip-hop community to the cannabis legalization movement. We look back at the the magazine's contribution with 14 potent rap-star covers.