A total of 55 cannabis industry players, both new and old, are featured in two lists - 40 Under 40 and Legacy Hall of Fame - in the latest issue of Cannabis Now.
While CelebStoners are happy about the pardons Pres. Biden announced for some federal cannabis convicts, Tommy Chong, who was busted by the DEA in 2003, asks: "How about pardoning anyone convicted of selling bongs while you are at it?"
Tommy Chong revealed to CelebStoner this past weekend that he and his partner Cheech Marin will no longer be performing their popular Cheech & Chong stage act after 50-plus years.
At the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards, Cheech & Chong honored the Red Hot Chili Peppers as MTV Global Icons. And Snoop Dogg and Eminem performed their smokin' hot high tune, "From The D to The LBC."
Here are 10 things you might not know about stoner funnyman Tommy Chong on his 84th birthday.
We sent Roy Trakin to the hottest and stoniest Super Bowl LVI party in America. He ran into Tommy Chong and, in general, had a blast.
Director Ivan Reitman's death prompted us to find the famous deleted LSD scene in "Stripes" where Harold Ramis doses and Bill Murray declares, "You're going to be just fine in about 12 hours."
While five blue states legalized adult use via legislation, red states pushed back against voter initiatives passed in 2020. Pot prisoners were released, events began going live again and Willie Nelson turned 88.
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.