Cypress Hill frontman B-Real is making more moves in the cannabis space. The owner of five Dr. Greenthumb's shops in California has announced a partnership with the Atlanta-based SweetWater Brewing Company.
Known for such strains as Vortex and Jack the Ripper and his TGA Genetics seeds line, West Coast breeder Subcool, who battled a rare deficiency disease since 2013, has died.
Nancy Botwin's coming back to cable television. A "Weeds" sequel is currently in development by Lionsgate for its Starz network.
So you want to look like a pot head on Halloweed? Well, you can wear a foam planter or a leafy wig. Or go all the way and don a full-length spliff or blunt outfit. There's even one for babies too.
Cypress Hill's Haunted Hill Halloween shows began in New York and have since expanded to other cities like Los Angeles, where they play on October 30. CelebStoner attended the October 25 Haunted Hill show in the Baked Apple.
For his fifth "Weed" installment, CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta, who helps kick off the so-called "CBD Craze" six ago when few had heard of cannabidiol, now asks, "Has it all gone too far?"
Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy has written a working-class memoir, "Let's Go (So We Can Get Back)," that will remind you of Bruce Springsteen's book, "Born to Run."
As usual, there were plenty of films that featured marijuana and other drugs this year, from stoner comedies ("Super Troopers 2") to dank dramas ("White Boy Rick") to enlightening documentaries ("Weed the People"). Here are our Top 30.
Back in March 2017, it was reported that Woody Harrelson had stopped smoking pot. In July, he danced around the question with Stephen Colbert, but in October he admitted to Jimmy Kimmel that his canna-fast started in March 2016. Now, thanks to Willie Nelson, Harrelson's inhaling again.
Who would've thought that CNN's chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta would become one of the leading voices for medical marijuana? But he has, as evidenced by his fourth cannabis documentary, "Weed 4: Pot vs. Pills."