Chelsea Handler is now on Netflix. Four episodes are available, including "Chelsea Does Drugs," in which she smokes pot with Willie Nelson and experiments with ayahuasca in Peru.
Add Wu Tang Clan's Ghostface Killah to the growing list of celebrities looking to cash in on legal weed. He's hawking three flavors of "Wu Goo." "You don't gotta roll up no more," the rapper hypes. "This is about to kick the blunt's ass."
At last night's Democratic candidates' debate, Bernie Sanders made the only reference to marijuana, and it was a powerful one.
Sean Penn, who played Jeff Spicoli in "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," decided to portray another character recently: a journalist. In this role, he scored a major coup by interviewing the notorious Mexican drug lord, "El Chapo" Guzman, shortly before his latest capture.
Tommy Chong is feelin' the Bern, so much so that he's now backing the Vermont Senator for the Democratic presidential nomination. "He's the OG Kush that is at the top of the harvest," Chong says about Sanders.
While "The Revenant" took three of the top awards at the 73rd Golden Globes, Netflix's "Narcos," "Trainwreck," Amy Schumer, Lily Tomlin and Wiz Khalifa were among the losers.
Media outlets are reporting that eight of the 20 medical marijuana dispensaries licensed to do business in New York State opened on Jan. 7. In the Big Apple, Columbia Care debuted its Union Square location. Three more stores are slated to open - in Manhattan, Queens and the Bronx.
The first celebrity to bring his or her branded marijuana strains to the market in 2016 is none other than CelebStoner of the Year Tommy Chong.
What's left of the Grateful Dead made a grand marijuana gesture during last night's epic NYE Dead & Company show at the L.A. Forum.
Sometimes we write new articles and other times we update older ones. Some of the most trafficked posts of the year at CelebStoner have a long shelf, such as our No. 1 post of 2015, "CBD Oil Legal in 15 States."