"Psilocybin therapy" is the new buzz term in drug-policy reform. Ann Arbor just decriminalized entheogenic plants and Oregon has a mushroom measure on the November ballot.
Since 1969, Willie Nelson has played one guitar and one guitar only - a Martin N-20 he named Trigger after Roy Rogers' horse. "I figured," Nelson says, "this is my horse."
Ever since LeBron James wore a Dancing Bears sweats outfit before Game 2 of the Lakers-Rockets NBA playoffs series, the Lakers have won eight out of nine games. James' son Bronny celebrated by posting a blunt-smoking video.
On the latest episode of "Real Time," Bill Maher has a 10-minute talk with actor-turned-pot-farmer Jim Belushi about all things cannabis.
Rolling Stone has updated its 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list. Here are our 19 favorite albums on the list, plus two that were inexplicably omitted.
Here’s a baker’s dozen of hemp-clothing and accessory options available, from Dope Kicks to Vital Hemp.
We teamed up with our favorite rolling papers company Curved Papers on the Roach Clips Movie Contest. We asked people to identify scenes in movies where papers are used. Ten scenes were submitted. And the winner is...
Rock star Lenny Kravitz reveals the first time he got stoned on pot and why Cheech & Chong are his favorite comedy team in his memoir, "Let Love Rule."
Every few years prior to the November election, TV travel host and author Rick Steves goes on a barnstorming tour of states with marijuana legalization on the ballot. Some may not know Steves is a cannabis advocate and has a seat on the NORML board. He's doing it again.
Sued in Oregon by NORML board chair Randy Quast for $1 million, defendants Leah Maurer and Travis Maurer celebrated the case's dismissal and $100,000 settlement award on September 16.