You wouldn't figure the frontman of a heavy metal band suffers from anxiety, PTSD and OCD, but that's the case with Five Finger Death Punch's Ivan Moody, who manages his symptoms with the help of CBD.
For the second time this year, the Professional Golfers' Association has suspended one of its players for medical-marijuana use. The latest is two-time PGA Tour winner Matt Every.
When Cypress Hill frontman B-Real isn't touring with his band or with Prophets of Rage, he's busy expanding his California pot-shop empire.
Eighteen years after heading to Hollywood, Jay and Silent Bob are back for a "Reboot" of the 2001 film starring Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith.
The same associates of Rudolph Giuliani who were arrested on October 10 for their involvement in Ukraine dirty tricks also had a scheme to obtain marijuana licenses in Nevada. We've since learned that Andrey Kukushkin is a partner in several Sacramento canna-businesses.
In December, Rebelution's Eric Rachmany and Kyle Ahern will barnstorm a 12-city acoustic tour to benefit the Last Prisoner Project, whose goal is to get busted marijuana users out of jail and back into society.
American-born Israeli citizen Naama Issacher was arrested for a small amount of marijuana in Russia in April. She's currently in prison there and is being used as a pawn in a game of international intrigue.
Passengers can no longer light up on California weed tour buses. Governor Newsom signed the Transportation bill, which includes that amendment, into law on October 10.