Two of the top three women on Maxim's Hot 100 list are Top CelebStoners: Miley Cyrus, who's No. 1, and Rihanna.
The folks at Maxim asked Cheech & Chong to whip up a smoothie for their "Bar Maxim" show. Chong does the honors, blending spinach, hemp milk, berries and a "special ingredient" (wink wink).
Speaker of the House John Boehner's oldest daughter Lindsay married Jamaican-born Dominic Lakhan on May 10, 2013 in Florida. The groom, Dominic Lakhan was once arrested for marijuana possession.
The comedy duo Stuckey & Murray are joined by "SNL" alumnus Dean Edwards on "Sooo High" - a Blaxploitation-themed, offbeat number "for all you people getting stoned."
A host of Top CelebStoners, including Willie Nelson, Bill Maher and B-Real, join Cheech & Chong for their smokin' send-up of "We Are the World."
Back when hip-hop and jazz intersected in the early '90s, the Pharcyde were there. Their debut album, "Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde," is now available as an "extended edition."
Antohnia Lyovtzsis' "MardiGrass" documents the longtime cannabis festival that takes place in Nimbin, Australia. It's like a Rainbow Gathering with a political agenda - that is, to legalize marijuana.
Big Snoop Dogg is back on the block with a new album and name. While on a spiritual journey to Jamaica, the Dogg found his inner Rastafarian and has become "Reincarnated" as Snoop Lion.
In a speech in Mexico on Friday, Pres. Obama restated his opposition to drug legalization. This comes on the heels of him recently joking about his college marijuana use.
MMA featherweight Robbie Peralta says he "made the dumb choice of smoking" marijuana in March. He failed a drug test in April and has been suspended by the UFC for six months.