Linda Ronstadt, who's the subject of a current documentary, thinks marijuana and other drugs should be legalized.
Movies that feature marijuana and other drugs continue to be a Hollywood staple. This year was lean on stoner comedies and heavy on druggy dramas, along with plenty of documentaries to choose from.
Dr. John, Rick Ocasek, Art Neville, Doris Day, Eddie Money, James Ingram, Peter Tork, Ginger Baker, Leon Redbone, Roky Erickson, Robert Hunter, Bushwick Bill, Keith Flint, Mark Hollis and Ranking Roger were among the musicians who passed away in 2019.
Watch MC Flow's "Pot in the Latkes," Adam Sandler's "The Chanukah Song" and the lighting of Grav Labs' cannabis menorah.
A total of 21 celebrities arrested for marijuana or other drugs in 2019, included two NFL players, four NCAA football players, an NBA player, an NCAA basketball player, a former MLB player, six musicians, three actors, the founder of Cirque de Soleil, a former Playboy playmate and a Greek tycoon.
Eleven states legalized marijuana in the 2010s. That was a big deal. Now, what do we do for an encore? Legalize more, of course.
From the the Cannabis Business Awards to the MJBizDaily Awards (both in Las Vegas) to the Emerald Cup awards in California, major players in the marijuana industry received their share of canna-kudos.
Ed Mullins, who heads the Sergeants Benevolent Association in New York, says Tessa Majors went to Morningside Park to cop weed before she was stabbed to death there on December 11.
It was teased like "Dark Star." During the opening night of the Home for the Holidays show celebrating Jerry Garcia at Capitol Theatre, Garcia's daughter Trixie told the crowd that the Jerry Garcia Cannabis Collection is coming in 2020.
The true story of what happened when NYPD arrested two brothers for shipping hemp from Vermont to Brooklyn, NY in November.