CelebStoner Woody Harrelson called the May 13 opening of his West Hollywood pot shop, The Woods, "The greatest day I've had in a long time." Bill Maher, an investor in the business, was there as well.
New Yorkers sparked up a large gathering on 4/20, a first for the Big Apple. This follows similar events in Colorado and California.
Due to violent crime and gang activity, the U.S. State Department warns people from traveling to five Mexican states and suggests to reconsider visiting 11 others.
Super Bowl 56 (SB LVI) is a clash of teams that were not expected to get to the ultimate game. It's the Los Angeles Rams vs. the Cincinnati Bengals. One team is based in California, the other is in Ohio. Need we say more?
Cypress Hill deliver a weed sermon of sorts on their latest song, "Open Ya Mind," a track from the hip-hop group's 2022 album due out early in the year.
Exclusive: Melissa Etheridge on Her California Cannabis Company, 'It's Hard, But We're Hanging in There'
While some think celebrities have a leg up on other cannabis brands, singer Melissa Etheridge, who launched Etheridge Botanicals in 2020, says it's not so easy. "We don't sell anymore than anyone else," she tells CelebStoner. "We're still in the dark."
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.
Arrested several times for mega-grows in Northern California, Eddy Lepp spent eight years in jail from 2008 to 2016. An unrelenting cannabis activist like his friend Jack Herer, Lepp passed from cancer today in California. He was 69.
"I get my weed from California," Justin Bieber croons on his 2021 hit, "Peaches." He's not kidding. Bieber recently purchased more than $1,000 worth of flower and edibles at Los Angeles' hottest new dispensary, Wonderbrett.