Move over, Willie Nelson, you've got some company on the magic bus. Actually, Nelson joins Toby Keith on his new stoner song, "Wacky Tobaccy."
Peter Tosh's youngest son, Jawara McIntosh, is currently in a coma in a Boston hospital after he was brutally beaten in a New Jersey jail where he was serving a six-month sentence for marijuana possession.
The History Channel has taken a giant step forward with their new four-part, eight-hour documentary mini-series, "America’s War on Drugs," which aired from June 18-21.
So far in 2017, many well-known musicians have passed away, including Chuck Berry, Gregg Allman, Chris Cornell, J. Geils, Al Jarreau, Butch Trucks, Cuba Gooding, Joni Sledge, Prodigy, James Cotton, Larry Coryell, Col. Bruce Hampton and David Peel.
NORML advisory board member Greta Gaines has a new album out, "Tumbleweed," which contains the song, "Light It Up." This is the exclusive premiere of "Light It Up."
So far in 2017, there have been five celebrity drug arrests: NFL players Demetrius Harris and Trevone Boykin, rappers Chief Keef and Shock G, and comedian Artie Lange.
A general rule is not to carry illegal drugs onto planes, but Chief Keef gave it a try and got caught on June 12 at the Sioux Falls Regional Airport in South Dakota.
It's been a big week for Damian Marley, Bob Marley's youngest son, who purchased an ownership stake of High Times. Here's his newest song, "Medication," featuring Stephen Marley, from his upcoming album, "Stony Hill."
Many CBD companies are moving cautiously and are right to do so. Like vape shops, CBD oil suppliers have to walk a fine line to avoid the government’s wrath since it's a mostly unregulated industry.
I'm deeply saddened by the deaths of Gregg Allman and Butch Trucks this year. Forty-six years ago I attended what has been described as the greatest Allman Brothers show ever, what Trucks called "the night we played until after the sun came up."