CelebStoners Killer Mike and Miley Cyrus won a total of five Grammys at the 2024 Awards show on Feb. 4 in Los Angeles. Killer Mike was detained by LAPD before the start of the primetime show at Crypto.com Arena.
In 2024, there will be hundred of cannabis-industry events. Here are 25+ from January to 4/20.
The father of Texans quarterback C.J. Stroud is currently serving a 38 years to life sentence at Folsom State Prison in California due to a 2015 arrest and conviction. "I'm praying to God that something can happen, that he can get out and come to one of these games," says the rookie sensation.
7/10 is the minor cannabis holiday known among aficionados as "Dab Day." There are a few events and plenty of discounts on concentrates and oil products across the country.
Due to violent crime and kidnappings, the U.S. State Department warns Americans from going to six Mexican states and suggests to reconsider visiting seven others. Thirty of Mexico's 32 states have travel advisories in effect.
Something's not right in California when a venerable celebrity brand decides to leave the state while continuing to do business elsewhere. That's what's happening with Garcia Hand Picked.
Now that Erykah Badu has entered the cannabis industry with a new strain in association with Cookies, comments she made previously about Hitler have come to light.
Luka Oleksyshyn's "High Landz" is the antidote to "Murder Mountain," the exploitative 2019 Netflix series about mayhem in California's Emerald Triangle where the best marijuana in the U.S. is traditionally grown. Oleksyshyn, who's Ukrainian, brings a fresh approach to this belabored subject.
Move over, Roger Daltrey. The Who singer has railed against pot smoking at their concerts in the past. On September 21, Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson did the same, stopping the show to complain about weed smoke coming from the front of the stage.
Oaksterdam University's 15th anniversary celebration at Fox Theatre on September 24 will feature the premiere of "American Pot Story: Oaksterdam." The documentary stars Richard Lee, who founded the stony school, and his successor Dale Sky Jones, who steals the film.