It's officially Bob Marley Week at CelebStoner, culminating with his 76th birthday celebration on February 6. Check out Marley's top weed tunes and our spliff-smoking pictorial.
It was a doozy of a year. One to remember and hopefully soon forget. But for cannabis, it wasn't so bad. Here are CelebStoner's Top 10 stories of 2020.
My experiences with "Saturday Night Live" legends Garrett Morris, My experiences with "Saturday Night Live" legends John Belushi, Garrett Morris and Horatio Sanz.
Twenty-five years ago, "Hempilation: Freedom Is NORML" was released by Capricorn Records. A benefit album for NORML, it was followed by "Hempilation 2: Free the Weed" in 1998. For the first time all 37 Hempilation tracks (featuring Cypress Hill, Willie Nelson and many more) are now available at YouTube.
It's been a tough go for the marijuana industry's most famous magazine, High Times. While the company continues to seek investors and a stock exchange listing, the venerable pot journal was put on hold in April, but is back with a new issue.
With High Times in the news, CelebStoner publisher Steve Bloom looks back at his 20 years as an editor at the legendary pot magazine.
Isiah Thomas, Roger Stone, John Boehner, Mike Tyson and Charlie Sheen have all tried to make inroads in cannabis. Should they be allowed in?
Turn the word OIL in caps upside down and you've got 710, the date for the latest stoner holiday. You know about 420. Well, today is National Dab Day. All you need to celebrate is some sticky concentrated cannabis and a smoking rig.
In 1977, Aron Kay pied Phyllis Schlafly, the conservative leader of the anti-ERA movement. That incident was re-enacted in "Mrs. America" on Hulu. Kay also targeted Patrick Moynihan, Jerry Brown, Andy Warhol, William Buckley, Abe Beame and others.