Easter and Passover aren’t the only holidays being celebrated this weekend. Saturday marks Canada’s first legal 420 festivities.
It’s an age-old pairing that’s sparked a sub-genre of films, shows and standup acts: cannabis and comedy.
This musical will be high-larious!
Tommy Chong, best known as one half of the comedy duo Cheech and Chong, celebrated his 80th birthday this year and admits to W5 to smoking weed regularly.
Nightlife has long been synonymous with alcohol – but party planners can’t assume any booze-friendly event will work as well with cannabis.
Promoting new comedy ‘The Little Hours’ alongside Sisters of the Valley, actress talked Catholicism, prayer, hiding weed in saxophone.
420 Comedy Club opened May 4.
Comedians have always pushed boundaries and questioned social taboos, so it’s no surprise that so many of them have become part of cannabis culture
Live from New York — it’s Pete Davidson stoned.
With films like “Superbad” and “Pineapple Express” on his resume, Seth Rogen easily one of the reigning kings of today’s brand of stoner comedies