There are many races that matter on federal, state and local levels. Here are 10 marijuana-friendly candidates you should support on Nov. 4.
It's a big year for NBC: "Saturday Night Live" is celebrating its 40th Anniversary, and "Parks and Recreation and "Parenthood" are playing out their final seasons.
"The CelebStoner Show" is currently on hiatus. Check out reruns on Fridays from 3-4 pm ET at time4hemp.com.
We've got the Top 25 4/20 festivals, concerts and trade shows, plus more than 50 additional concerts and events taking place all over the country from Apr. 16-20.
While two stony favorites - "Sons of Anarchy" and "Parenthood" - headed to their conclusions, Tommy Chong fans were glued to the Doob Tube as he competed on "Dancing With the Stars."
The big TV news last spring was the conclusion of "Mad Men." Plus: Anthony Bourdain's "Parts Unknown," Louis C.K.'s "Louie" and Mike Judge's "Silicon Valley" all returned with new seasons.
"The illegality of cannabis is outrageous," Carl Sagan wrote in 1969. With the re-packaging of "Cosmos" for a new generation, we thought it would be appropriate to remind readers that Sagan was a marijuana user of great distinction.
From "Legalize It" to "Smoke Two Joints" to "Sweet Leaf," here are the greatest smokin' tunes ever recorded.
A total of 44 celebrities - including Amanda Bynes, Heidi Fleiss (twice), Craig Robinson, DMX, 2 Chainz (three times!) and three politicians - were arrested for marijuana or other drugs in 2013.
A total of 41 celebrities were arrested for marijuana or other drugs in 2014. The best-known bustees were rappers Wiz Khalifa, Rick Ross and Trick Daddy, and Willie Nelson's daughter, Paula. Seven out of 10 arrested were athletes.