After a complete wipeout in 2020 due to Covid-19, cannabis-industry conferences and festivals are coming back in 2021. However, people have begun to test positive for Covid after attending events. Check out our 2021 events guide.
Now that more states are legalizing pot and medical use is becoming widespread across the U.S., PBS' NOVA series takes a closer, scientific look at cannabis in the latest episode.
Iowa NORML activists have been at it for years, trying to turn Hawkeyes into hempsters. Now, the Des Moines Register says it's time to legalize it. One of those pot pioneers, Iowa native Doug McVay, weighs in.
DMX, Charlie Watts, Don Everly, Lloyd Price, Phil Spector, Mary Wilson, Bunny Wailer, B.J. Thomas, Biz Markie, Shock G, Chick Corea, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Nanci Griffith, Sarah Dash, Commander Cody Dusty Hill and U-Roy are among the music-industry people who've passed away in 2021.
Arrested in 2006 for driving under the influence of heroin and Oxycontin, Phish frontman Trey Anastasio has been sober for 14 years. Now, he's giving back to others suffering from opioid abuse.
Exclusive: Melissa Etheridge on Her California Cannabis Company, 'It's Hard, But We're Hanging in There'
While some think celebrities have a leg up on other cannabis brands, singer Melissa Etheridge, who launched Etheridge Botanicals in 2020, says it's not so easy. "We don't sell anymore than anyone else," she tells CelebStoner. "We're still in the dark."
Weed enthusiasts have 4/20 and 7/10 to celebrate their love of cannabis. Now 9/20 - Global Magic Mushroom Day - is doing the same for the powerful natural compound, psilocybin. It's today!
It's not often athletes still playing are open about cannabis, but three - the NFL's Julio Jones, MLB's Keone Kela and the NBA's John Wall - have joined more than 150 rappers (including Drake), athletes and advocates in calling for the release of all federal pot prisoners.