4:20 is the stoner's excuse to get high on pot. The story of how it began has many versions, all of which are plausible considering the stoned sources.
Fans of Cheech & Chong's early material as stand-up comics will enjoy "Cheech & Chong's Animated Movie," which opened in theaters on Apr. 18 and extended through 4/20.
Dean Shull's "California 90420" tells the story of "420-somethings" living in the Golden State. Watch the entire film at Hulu.
Jimi Hendrix returns to the pop charts with an album of never-released tracks recorded in 1968 and 1969. Fans of Band of Gypsys will especially dig this funk/blues disc.
To celebrate Willie Nelson's 80th birthday on Apr. 30, we're giving away his new CD, his recent book and a "Willie for President" t-shirt to one lucky CelebStoner supporter.
Events for the 4/20 stoner holiday, especially in Colorado, mostly sold out. Tickets for the Cannabis Cup soared to as high as $1,000.
Republican Dana Rohrbacher, a House rep from California, has introduced the Respect State Marijuana Laws Act of 2013. The bipartisan bill is sponsored by three Republicans and three Democrats.
Snoop Dogg and Ke$sha lit up the MTV Movie Awards show when the rapper came out smoking a blunt and passed it to the singer, who took a couple of hits. But was it really weed?
It's significant that Colbert covers cannabis-related current events. His satire, even from a right-wing perspective, is as potent as a dab hit.
Arriving on a Saturday, Apr. 20, or 4/20, was huge this year. The stoner holiday featured rallies, concerts, judging contests, film openings and the Lebowski Fest.