The youngest son of reggae star Bob Marley as well as wealthy legal pot sellers from Colorado have taken control of High Times magazine, the storied counterculture media brand known around the world.
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Although some marijuana enthusiasts will continue age-old traditions of watching stoner flicks like How High and Half Baked on 4/20, there are a few new TV options for them to indulge in during the week of the worldwide cannabis holiday.
Wiz Khalifa says that it’s “better than Pokemon.” He isn’t talking about weed, though surely he thinks it is.
In Major League Baseball, the family-friendly American sport, no one smokes weed. Allegedly. Wink. Nudge.
When asked what he does when returning to the U.K., where cannabis is not legally used for medicinal purposes, he wryly sidestepped the question.
California's full legalization of marijuana may not take effect until 2018, but weed is proliferating at entertainment industry gatherings.
HOUSTON (NEXSTAR MEDIA) — Marijuana is currently on the list of substances banned by the NFL but several former players are hoping to change that.
Nelson shared a photo of himself wearing the shirt, which sports the words “Smoke Weed” and features a pot leaf decorated with Christmas lights.
Medical marijuana is no laughing matter for award-winning actress and comedian Whoopi Goldberg. Recently, she spoke about her cannabis brand, Whoopi and Maya, and her passion to offer cannabis as an alternative to prescriptions pills in an interview with renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson on his late-night talk show.
The event at the iconic showbiz club, called "Medical Marijuana: Weeding out Fact from Fiction," is being presented by the Cannabis Doctors of New York.
Many NFL players are finding that marijuana offers a safer alternative to pain management than anti-inflammatory medication and are beginning to push for the NFL and the NFL Players Association to reconsider the substance abuse rules that the two sides negotiated.
Kyle Turley believes marijuana counters the effects of CTE and he wants the NFL to allow players to use it.
Q&A: Kai Collins and Deena Adar talk about some of the motivation behind the 'Cannabis Moms Club' web series to tackle stigmas: 'It's opened this necessary dialogue -- especially for parents.'