Before he was shot and killed in 2019, Nipsey Hussle had big plans for his coveted Marathon OG strain. Now, a Marathon dispensary is opening in the L.A. area on June 18, a documentary is out and Hussle's alleged murderer goes on trial this week.
Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant is featured in the latest episode of "My Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman" on Netflix. The hoopster discusses his affinity for cannabis with the host, who reveals his own experience with pot.
Bobbie Nelson, Willie Nelson's older piano-playing sister, passed away at 91 on March 10. Nelson performed as "Sister Bobbie" in her brother's group since the 1970s. She was arrested with him for drug possession in 2006.
Progressive Democrat Gary Chambers Jr. announced his candidacy for a Louisiana U.S. Senate seat on January 12. A week later, Chambers released a 37-second pro-pot promotional video in which he smokes a blunt.
Attempting to be cool, New York Mayor-elect Eric Adams gave Stephen Colbert a number of gifts during his Nov. 16 appearance on "The Late Show," including two packs of rolling papers and a white packet containing what may or may not have been marijuana. Watch the clip
Jadakiss, 2 Chainz, N.O.R.E., Tinashe and Ghetto Gastro tell their favorite weed stories in Monogram's "High Tales" videos.
The first in a series of Houseplant's comical educational videos for stoners has been posted at Twitter by Seth Rogen. Today's lesson: "Understanding portion control."
Noting that "mushrooms are having a moment," Bill Maher hyped Tripitor on the latest episode of "Real Time" on HBO. Watch the ad.
After releasing three episodes online in 2020, "The Freak Brothers," an animated series based on The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers underground comic books from the '60s and '70s, has been picked up by Lionsgate and WTG Enterprises.
Pete Davidson and Aidy Bryant do impressions of weed gummies in a "Saturday Night Live" sketch in which host Regina King, playing a cop, gets high on gummies and hallucinates.
Fans of stoner TV shows like "Workaholics," "Disjointed" and "High Maintenance" should check out "Dope State," Gabriel Sunday's hilarious web series All six episodes are posted here.
George Clinton celebrated reaching 100,000 followers on Instagram with a video that includes him smoking a joint.
Jimmy Fallon joked about Susan Soares' children's cannabis book, "What's Growing in Grandma's Garden," in his latest DO NOT READ segment on "The Tonight Show." Soares responded with her own video.
In a tongue-in-cheek TV commercial for Tostitos, Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart hype the ultimate munchies snack: chips and avocado salsa (a.k.a. "the green stuff").
The fight to stop the building of a 30-meter telescope on top of Hawaii's Mauna Kea volcano has received support from Bob Marley's youngest son, performer Damian Marley.
Disgraced and convicted, Insys Pharmaceuticals used this video to encourage doctors to prescribe their fentanyl spray Subsys. Five Insys executives, including founder and former CEO John Kapoor, were found guilty of a racketeering conspiracy on May 2.
During his acceptance speech at the 2019 Golden Globe Awards, Jeff Bridges said about "The Big Lebowski": "If I'm lucky, I'll be associated with The Dude for the rest of my life. I feel so honored to be a part of that film. Great movie!"
Golden Globe winner Rachel Bloom joins comedienne Toni Charline on her Funny or Die web-series, "Munchies." The "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" star helps her whip up a batch of cheesy mashed potatoes.
Legendary singer Harry Belafonte is feelin' the Bern. In a video statement, he says Sen. Sanders "represents opportunity, a moral imperative and a certain kind of truth that's not often evidenced in the course of politics."
In a video produced to show his support for Bernie Sanders, Tommy Chong calls the Vermont Senator and presidential candidate the "Commander in Kush," and encourages voters to "light up for progress and change."