"I think it's pretty cool," Harborside Health Center's Steve DeAngelo tweeted about a character based on him (Angelo DeStevens) on Season 2 of Netflix's "Disjointed." But then he admitted, "I don't feel I deserved the treatment they gave me."
Edwin Hawkins from the Edwin Hawkins Singers (famous for "Oh Happy Day") and the Cranberries' lead singer Dolores O'Riordan are the first major musical artists to pass away in 2018.
In 2017, there were 22 celebrities busted for marijuana or other illegal drugs. So far in 2018, two NFL players—the 49ers' Reuben Foster and the Broncos' Carlos Henderson—have been arrested for pot.
"Disjointed" is back for its second season and it's better than the first. Hopefully, potheads will give the show another chance.
Having difficulty breathing and coughing, Willie Nelson left the stage at Harrah's Southern California Resort in Funner, CA on Jan. 6. He's canceled his next four shows.
Oprah Winfrey last smoked marijuana in 1982, she told Andy Cohen on a "Watch What Happens Live" episode in 2013. "I hear it's gotten better," she quipped.
The Moody Blues, who will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on Apr. 14, featured their psychedelic masterpiece, "Legend of a Mind," on the 1968 album "In Search of the Lost Chord." Also known as "Timothy Leary's Dead," Flautist Ray Thomas, who passed away on Jan. 5, wrote the song.
Investor Marcus Lemonis is back with another pot episode, "The Profit in Marijuana Country." It aired Jan 2. on CNBC.
We'd like to wish a Hempy New Year to everyone who visits CelebStoner and works tirelessly to reform the country's archaic marijuana laws. Let's legalize it everywhere in 2018!
In 2017, many well-known musicians passed away, including Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, Tom Petty, Gregg Allman, Glen Campbell, Chris Cornell, Walter Becker, David Cassidy, Malcolm Young, Chester Bennington, J. Geils, Mel Tillis, Al Jarreau, Butch Trucks, Pat DiNizio and David Peel.