Upstart Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang, who's moving up in the polls, is on board with marijuana legalization.
Michael Bloomberg's stop-and-frisk apology doesn't pass the smell test. Will he throw a bone to the more than 400,000 New Yorkers who were arrested for marijuana during his mayoralty too?
New York marijuana activist Todd Hinden was among the 26 people arrested for drug possession and selling nitrous balloons at Nassau Coliseum on November 5-6.
Roger Stone's reputation for being a pothead led him to make inroads in cannabis. Fellow stoner Randy Credico connected him with Julian Assange. Now it looks like Stone will be going to jail.
Five years since they last played together, the Black Crowes will reform for a 46-date summer concert tour in 2020, starting in Austin on June 17.
Nancy Botwin's coming back to cable television. A "Weeds" sequel is currently in development by Lionsgate for its Starz network.
It was an off year for voting, but there were still some races with national importance decided on November 5, including the statehouse in Kentucky, decrim in a number of Ohio cities and adult-use stores in Michigan.
The mysterious jail house death of Thorne Peters, a self-styled marijuana advocate who was serving a four-year sentence for pot and gun possession in Memphis, has the Internet abuzz.
This is peak Blues Traveler, a deep track buried in the annals of artists stepping up to do good things.
Andrew Yang's surprising presidential campaign got a boost on November 1 when Weezer performed at Yangapalooza in Des Moines, IA.