South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone recently signed a $900 million contract with Viacom. What do they plan to do with all that money? Launch Tegridy Farms, says Stone.
With the resignation of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo after the release of a damning investigation into "allegations of sexual harassment," Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul will take over as of August 24, becoming the state's first female governor She's in full support of the legalization legislation that passed in March.
Team USA Women's Soccer may not have taken the gold at the Tokyo Olympics, but finishing in third place is nothing to be embarrassed about. In the semifinal game against Australia, CBD advocate Megan Rapinoe scored two goals, leading the US to a 4-3 victory to earn the bronze.
A new interview in Variety contradicts statements Barbra Streisand made in 1971 when the singer said she used joints as a prop onstage. Now Streisand says, "I tried it once and I didn’t like the way it made me feel, so I never did it again.”
Known as Wayward Bill, William Chengelis was former chair of the U.S. Marijuana Party and a tireless Colorado cannabis crusader. He passed on August 7 at the age of 70.
Podcasting - or "potcasting" in cannabis - is the new media in cannabis. Our favorites Psychoactive, Marijuana Tomorrow, Grow Bud Yourself, 710 Morning Show and Great Moments in Weed History.
At first, we wondered if abstaining from cannabis was messing with Kevin Durant at the Tokyo Olympics. But, after a slow start, Durant led Team USA to its fourth straight Men's Basketball gold medal.
Actor Robert Mitchum is an original CelebStoner. He was arrested for marijuana possession in Los Angeles in 1948 and served two months in prison. While Mitchum thought the bust would ruin his career, in fact it added to his bad-boy reputation and never prevented him from getting roles.