Neil Young, Sheryl Crow, Jack White, Jamey Johnson, Norah Jones, Ashley Monroe and Leon Russell join country music legend Willie Nelson as they celebrate his 80th birthday.
In the world of Congressional softball, the One Hitters are among the top teams. On June 19, the stoner squad defeated the Softball Team of the United States (a.k.a the White House), 5-2.
Actress Susan Sarandon, who appears in the doc, "How to Make Money Selling Drugs," calls marijuana prohibition "an antiquated concept that's been politicized for far too long."
One of the pioneers of the marijuana legalization movement turned 85 on June 24. With that in mind, we're honoring Dr. Lester Grinspoon by naming him a Top CelebStoner.
Rihanna took some time off from her concert tour to visit a coffeeshop in Amsterdam on Saturday. She looked ready to spark up these two bomber joints.
The latest drug-war doc is Matthew Cook's "How to Make Money Selling Drugs." It's produced by Adrian Grenier, and features Woody Harrelson, Susan Sarandon, Eminem and 50 Cent.
John Legend calls for the end of prohibition in his recent interview on HuffPost Live. "It's never worked with any drugs," the singer says.
In the premiere episode of CNN's "Inside Man," Morgan Spurlock works as a budtender at California's largest marijuana dispensary.
I met Sublime in 1994 when I was music editor of High Times. They were one of the most supportive bands for the marijuana cause until Brad Nowell's death two years later.
James Gandolfini was photographed inside The Farmacy - a popular medical-marijuana dispensary in Venice Beach, California - on Feb 27.