Two companies are partnering up to build an "oasis" for weed smokers, located six miles from the festival.
WeedWorthy News Network
More than 80 years ago, when American music tastes were morphing into what we call the Swing Era, cannabis references began popping up regularly in popular music.
Nelson shared a photo of himself wearing the shirt, which sports the words “Smoke Weed” and features a pot leaf decorated with Christmas lights.
With music retailers getting into the dispensary business or aligning their physical location with pot shops, the long-standing symbiotic relationship between music and weed may finally be (legally) monetized.
Several months after the singer/songwriter’s death, his daughter and her husband are working to follow through on one of her father's last business endeavors.
His commitment to the herb coupled with his thriving decades-long career has gone a long way to helping Americans rethink what they know about the drug.
Melissa Etheridge is diving headlong into the marijuana business. Her company, Etheridge Farms, will soon be making cannabis products available for California medical patients.
On August 4th we celebrate the birth of one of the most influential figures in jazz. But did you know that Pops loved his pot?
It wasn’t until a chance encounter with the one and only Bob Dylan that the Beatles became truly enamored with the wacky tobacky.
If you’ve ever dreamt of saying the words, “I just applied for Willie Nelson’s weed company,” your dreams are about to become a reality.
Snoop Dogg, Too $Short, and Quincy Jones make key appearances in one of the first and most powerful new campaign videos for the California initiative to legalize marijuana in the November 8 general election.
TUCSON – Snoop Dogg visited a Tucson marijuana dispensary and talked about legalization before his concert Thursday. The rapper took photos with fans at Purple Med Wellness Center. He has launched new products he is selling to dispensaries.
Kimmel’s show, which averages about 2.4 million viewers a night on Disney-owned ABC, will represent an unusually mainstream platform for the pro-cannabis crowd.
“The 420 Collection,” an exhibit of paintings with a marijuana theme created by vocalist-turned-artist Grace Slick, will be shown April 20-May 30 at the Area Arts Gallery in Santa Rosa.
Haggard was a well-known marijuana smoker who often smoked before going on stage to perform and said he stopped when medicinal marijuana became legal in California. “There’s no way I’m going to smoke somethin’ that’s legal, so I quit,” he said. “But I think it’s like onions: You ought to be able to grow it if you want it.”