The man who's trying to legalize psychedelic drugs in New York State has been arrested for having them. After a traffic stop on June 10, Aaron Genuth was charged with DUI and possession of psilocybin mushrooms, LSD, MDMA and ketamine.
Former MTV host Fab 5 Freddy is on a mission. "The Grass Is Greener" director has teamed up with former prisoner Bernard Noble and Curaleaf on the B NOBLE cannabis brand.
Legendary New York rapper Rakim has joined other hip-hop artists with his own cannabis brand, Higher Frequency Flower. The company will debut its unique product line on June 24 at the Josephine and Billie's in Los Angeles.
Cypress Hill frontman B-Real turns 51 today. He co-founded the popular hip-hop group in 1991 and now owns several Dr. Greenthumb's dispensaries in California.
Actor Woody Harrelson called the May 13 opening of his West Hollywood pot shop, The Woods,"The greatest day I've had in a long time." Bill Maher, who invested in the business, was there as well.
All is not well in 311 land. The popular group that dates back to the '90s is reeling from a fan revolt over drummer Chad Sexton's reactionary social media posts and opinions.
One of America's most beloved entertainers, Willie Nelson, turns 89 today. He's been writing songs and performing for eight decades and is renowned for his unbridled marijuana advocacy.
Bruce Willis' medical condition, aphasia, has led to his sudden retirement from acting at 67. It's been happening for many years. He called his wilder days living in New York "the most irresponsible, carefree time of my life."
The Will Smith-Chris Rock incident at Oscars 2022 on March 27 has prompted much conjecture about what caused it.
Mike Tyson sells flowers named Toad and is now marketing a gummy brand called Mike Bites that pokes fun at one of the worst moments in sports history: When he bit the ear of Evander Holyfield during a heavyweight championship fight in 1997.
Styles P shared his views about growing up in New York during cannabis prohibition at the latest On the Revel. "Cannabis the plant is the common denominator," the "I Get High" rapper declared.
"This is for my nephew Michael and my sister Pam," Michael Keaton said in his acceptance speech at the SAG Awards on Feb. 27. "I lost my nephew Michael to drugs, and it hurts." Michael Douglas Scichilone died of an opioid OD in 2016.
According to American for Safe Access, 2021 was not a great year for medical marijuana. The organization's 2021 "State of the States Report" analyzes medical-cannabis access in the U.S. No state scores an "A" and only two states (Maine and Illinois) receive "B" marks.
It's commonly known George Washington grew hemp. On this President's Day, we dig a little deeper into the first U.S. president's alleged affinity for cannabis.
Assembly Majority Leader Crystal Peoples-Stokes advises New Yorkers to keep an eye on the prize: a fair and just cannabis market. Her EquityPAC promises to help.
With Black History Month in mind, we present Roz McCarthy, founder of Minorities for Medical Marijuana and now Black Buddha Cannabis, her entry into the legal industry. Actor Malik Yoba is part of the company's management.
CelebStoner Kristen Stewart has come a long way since "Adventureland" and pot-leaf bikinis. Today, the 31-year-old actress received an Academy Award nomination for her portrayal of Lady Di in "Spencer."
Howard Hesseman, who famously portrayed Dr. Johnny Fever on "WKRP in Cincinnati," did jail time for a pot bust in 1963 in San Francisco. "It's sort of a residual hobby," he said in 1979. Hesseman passed away on Jan. 29 at 81.
In this corner, one of the great classic rockers of all time, Neil Young. And in the other corner, the reigning champion of podcasting, Joe Rogan. Who won in Young's fight with Spotify over Rogan's Covid disinfo?
Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis seemed to oppose penalties for cannabis possession at a campaign event in Tallahassee, but then decided to focus on pot's notable odor.