So far in 2017, there have been three celebrity drug arrests: two NFL players (Demetrius Harris and Trevone Boykin) for marijuana possession and comedian Artie Lange for cocaine and heroin.
Willie Nelson's wife Annie is getting into the pot business. Her Annie's Infused Chocolates are now available at 12 Washington State adult-use locations.
Thanks to their appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Mar. 23, we discovered Mondo Cozmo, who performed their 2016 song, "Shine." The chorus goes: "Let 'em get high/ Let 'em get stoned/ Everything will be alright if you let it go." Watch the "Shine" video.
So far in 2017, several well-known musicians have passed away, including Chuck Berry, Joni Sledge and James Cotton; jazz greats Al Jarreau, Larry Coryell and Dave Valentin; and drummers Butch Trucks (Allman Brothers), Clyde Stubblefield (James Brown), Sib Hashian (Boston), Mike Kellie (Spooky Tooth) and Jaki Liebezeit (Can).
Published in 1983, T. Coraghessan Boyle's "Budding Prospects" is one of the best, if not the best, marijuana novels ever written. Now, it's competing to become a series on Amazon.
On July 19, 1990, Chuck Berry, who passed away on Mar. 18, was busted for possession of approximately one ounce of marijuana in Missouri. He pled guilty to a reduced misdemeanor charge four months later.
Singer Jenny Lewis and actress Margot Robbie are among the female celebs who like to wear the weed. This basically means an outfit with pot leaves or other marijuana words or symbols. Take a look.
Snoop Dogg has joined Donald Trump's enemies lists that includes the New York Times, CNN, Saturday Night Live, the Washington Post, Vanity Fair and Buzzfeed. Each has been described by the president as "failing." Now Snoop is part of that group.
Americans for Safe Access grades 44 states that have some form of medicinal cannabis program in their 2017 "Medical Marijuana Access in the United States" report. Not one state received an A, while 16 were given F- grade.
Demetrius Harris, the Chiefs' backup tight end, was arrested Mar. 7 after a traffic stop led to a search that produced more than 35 grams of pot in the car. Police charged Harris with suspicion of felony possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.