In 2017, there were 22 celebrities busted for marijuana or other illegal drugs. So far in 2018, two NFL players—the 49ers' Reuben Foster and the Broncos' Carlos Henderson—have been arrested for pot.
"Disjointed" is back for its second season and it's better than the first. Hopefully, potheads will give the show another chance.
Investor Marcus Lemonis is back with another pot episode, "The Profit in Marijuana Country." It aired Jan 2. on CNBC.
We'd like to wish a Hempy New Year to everyone who visits CelebStoner and works tirelessly to reform the country's archaic marijuana laws. Let's legalize it everywhere in 2018!
In 2017, there was a total of 23 celebrity drug arrests, including Melissa Etheridge, Todd Rundgren, Aaron Carter, Yvonne Elliman, Chief Keef, Shock G, Cassidy, Young Thug, Zach Randolph, Artie Lange and Rose McGowan. There were 20 such arrests in 2016.
"T2 Trainspotting" tops our list of the year's best stoner flicks. Other faves include "Rough Night," "Mary Janes: Women of Weed," "Grow House," "Icaros: A Vision" and "The Legend of 420."
"Everyone will be all lit up like a Christmas tree," Louis Armstrong sings on this holiday classic. After he says, "lit up," Armstrong cackles knowingly. For him, being lit up meant smoking "muggles," his term for marijuana.
Call them Cheech & Padilla. Stoner comic "Cheech" Marin and California's Secretary of State Alex Padilla have teamed up in a new TV spot about how to start a cannabis business in the Golden State. New legalization regs go into effect there on Jan. 1.
Nabbed at the U.S. border in North Dakota on Aug. 17 after her tour bus was pulled over and Customs agents found joints on board, Melissa Etheridge pled guilty nearly three months later to the charge of marijuana possession.
There are now eight states that have legalized marijuana (Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, Oregon and Washington), 14 more with decriminalization laws and 46 with medical-marijuana laws.