Jennifer Lawrence made a splash last year when she smoked pot in the Oscar-nominated "Don't Look Up." She repeats that feat in her latest movie "Causeway," currently streaming on Apple TV+.
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Todd Rundgren's own cannabis brand Hello, It's Weed has launched in Michigan. He appeared at House of Dank in Ypsilanti on November 21 and today at Jars Cannabis in Grand Rapids.
America's 35th president John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated 59 years ago, allegedly smoked marijuana in the White House.
New York State issued 36 conditional retail cannabis licenses today. None went to multi-state operators. Instead, 28 were awarded to "justice-involved" applicants, meaning people who were previously arrested and convicted of a marijuana offense. The rest went to non-profits.
How would you like to light up at sunset at 4:20 pm? They're currently happening in the Northern U.S. and lower Canada. No messed-up lighters!
A total of 55 cannabis industry players, both new and old, are featured in two lists - 40 Under 40 and Legacy Hall of Fame - in the latest issue of Cannabis Now.
Mainstream television is ripe for propaganda, especially hospital shows. Case in point: "New Amsterdam" on NBC, Season 5, Episode 8, which delves into the negative effects of a high-THC cannabis dose on a teenager.
In a historic move, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear issued an executive order on November 15 that allows patients and caregivers to purchase medical marijuana in regulated states like Ohio and Illinois.
Willie Nelson, The War on Drugs, Gov't Mule, the Black Keys, Asleep at the Wheel, Snarky Puppy, Michael Bublé, Protoje, Sean Paul, Koffee, Shaggy and the Grateful Dead are among the 2022 Grammy nominees.
Actor, comedian and cannabis entrepreneur Jim Belushi has a lot on his plate: A new season of "Growing Belushi" on Discovery, collaborating with New York's St. Regis Mohawk Tribe and an invitation to work with the government of Albania.