Willie Nelson is currently making up a bunch of shows that were canceled last year. CelebStoner was at his latest stop: Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown, New Jersey on September 14,
Los Rivera Destino is the first Puerto Rican band to release a high tune in recent memory. The song, "Mis Amigos," they say "is inspired by friends who smoke weed and friends who don't. It shows how our differences can bring us together."
It's been 18 years since the last "Matrix" movie. The trailer for "The Matrix Resurrections" features the film's classic blue pill vs. red pill dilemma. Neo takes both to the tune of Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit." This third sequel will hit theaters on December 22.
50 Years Ago Cheech & Chong Recorded Their Most Famous Skit, Simply Called 'Dave,' But Known as 'Dave's Not Here'
Cheech & Chong got their start in Vancouver. When the stony duo moved to Los Angeles in 1970, they began recording comedy albums, starting with the Grammy-nominated self-titled debut, which includes their most famous routine.
The Northeast dominates in The Princeton Review's list of canna-centric colleges and universities. Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY topped the 2020 list, knocking off the University of Vermont. Due to Covid-19, there are no new "Reefer Madness" rankings in 2021.
The original Jack Herer strain initially launched in the U.S. in California. Now it's in Colorado with a number of shops selling six-packs of prerolls based on Sensi Seeds genetics.
Super Freak Rick James is a complicated figure in cannabis history. This is clear from the opening and ending song, "Mary Jane," in the new Showtime documentary, "Bitchin': The Sound and Fury of Rick James."
After a complete wipeout in 2020 due to Covid-19, cannabis-industry conferences and festivals are coming back in 2021. However, people have begun to test positive for Covid after attending events. Check out our 2021 events guide.
Ketamine has come a long way from general anesthetic to club drug to therapeutic psychedelic. Only the authorities would use it for the wrong reasons.
As scare stories about Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome keep making the rounds, real research is being done. Dr. Ethan Russo thinks CHS is caused by genetic mutations and over-consumption. Dr. Mary Clifton weighs in.