At just 32 years of age, comedian Bill Hicks passed away 24 years ago on Feb. 26, 1994 from pancreatic cancer. He's famous for his pro-drug rants. Watch the one called "Marijuana."
The Jewish holiday Hanukkah begins Sunday night and continues for eight days. Abby Dorsey (a.k.a. MC Flow) sends up the festive occasion with her rap song, "Pot in the Latkes," about cannabis-infused potato pancakes.
Washington, DC native Rob Cantrell was so inspired by the new legalization law in the Nation's Capitol that's he's cut a "Go-Go" version of his comedy classic, "Coffee and Weed" - 'cause that's what he needs.
Known for his parody song videos, Steve Berke's latest is a remake of the "Grease" hit, "You're the One That I Want," in support of Florida's medical marijuana initiative, Amendment 2. Unfortunately, it was removed by YouTube.
The comedy folk duo, Garfunkel & Oates, known for their medical-marijuana song "Weed Card," are also co-stars of a the IFC series, "Garfunkel and Oates."