So, you're staying home on 4/20. Here's our list of stoner flicks and TV shows to watch on cable.
For my first legal cannabis purchase in New Jersey, I went to Apothecarium Phillipsburg in New Jersey right across the river from Pennsylvania, where it's still prohibited.
The White House granted clemency for 78 individuals on April 26. All but one have been imprisoned on drug offenses. These are President Biden's first pardons and commutations since he took office in 2021.
South Carolina native and Panthers wide receiver Shi Smith was arrested in his home state on March 25 for marijuana and gun possession.
It's the day of the year when stoners can wear their freak flags and have some fun. Happy 4/20!
Can you pick out the one contestant in a game show who's not high? That's the concept behind Alex Grubard's "Weeding Out the Stoned." Catch the show in April as it tours across the country; it hits Philadelphia on 4/20.
CelebStoner Katt Williams is back with a new special - his second on Netflix - called "World War III." While most of the content is X-rated, he does zero in on the War on Drugs.
New Yorkers sparked up a large gathering on 4/20, a first for the Big Apple. This follows similar events in Colorado and California.
"The Freak Brothers" - based on the '70s era comic strip, "The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers" - is returning for a second season on Tubi, the streaming service announced on May 2.
Gary Betzner, a crop duster from Arkansas who got caught up in the Iran-Contra scandal, is the subject of HBO's three-episode smuggling series, "The Invisible Pilot."