There are now 14 states that have legalized marijuana recreationally, 16 more with decriminalization laws and 49 with some form of medical-marijuana access.
Singers Little Richard, Bill Withers, Kenny Rogers, Helen Reddy, Toots Hibbert, John Prine, Mac Davis, Charlie Daniels, Trini Lopez, Charlie Pride, Betty Wright and Annie Ross; guitarists Eddie Van Halen and Leslie West; drummer Neil Peart; and pianist McCoy Tyner are among the more than 180 musicians who passed away in 2020.
From Chong's Choice to Marley Natural to Willie's Reserve, here's our guide to the most popular, successful and currently available celebrity canna-brands.
Bob Marley was born 76 years ago on Feb. 6, 1945. We remember the Tuff Gong's great spirit, incredible reggae music and devotion to ganja with this medley of "War" and "No More Trouble."
We'd like to wish a Hempy New Year to everyone who visits CelebStoner and works tirelessly to reform the country's archaic marijuana laws. Let's legalize it everywhere in 2021!
To Dennis Peron, who passed away three years ago on January 27 at 71 years of age, all marijuana use was medicinal. It should be etched on his tombstone.
"I'm a recreational pot smoker," two-time Oscar winner Frances McDormand told me 18 years ago. "It's a human rights issue, a censorship issue and a choice issue."
311's debut album, "Music," was released 28 years ago on Feb. 9, 1993. Their mix of rock, rap ad reggae proved to be intoxicating. We also pay tribute to nine other seminal discs from 1993.
Eight celebrities were arrested on marijuana or other drug charges in 2020. That's down from 21 last year and 66 in 2011.
Spencer Boston staged a protest during a court appearance for a marijuana citation in Lebanon, Tennessee on January 27, 2020 by sparking up a joint. Sadly, Boston was hit by a car and passed away on January 21.