One of America's most beloved entertainers, Willie Nelson, turns 88 today. He's been writing songs and performing for eight decades and is renowned for his unbridled marijuana advocacy.
Cypress Hill frontman B-Real has another job - running his cannabis enterprise Dr. Greenthumb, which has six stores in California and a seventh opening soon. During the pandemic, it's kept him busy.
Ellen DeGeneres is at it again. One of the most famous cannabis haters, the daytime talk-show host told Jimmy Kimmel, "I never did like marijuana or pot. I don't partake in the wacky tobacky or I'm not a doobie brother."
Just 14 months after closing up her Whoopi & Maya brand, Whoopi Goldberg is back with another cannabis company, this time named for her mother and brother, Emma & Clyde.
Members of jamgrass band Leftover Salmon have spent a good part of the pandemic in their cannabis gardens. Vince Herman and Andy Thorn tell tall green tales as they plan for a new album release.