Doug Benson’s “Promotional Tool,” recorded during his 4/20 stop in the Mile High City this year, features regular plugs for his many projects.
Comic Doug Benson shares his thoughts about being sober (sort of) this April, his Denver Comedy Works 4/20 shows, his stoner Mount Rushmore, what’s going on with his latest documentary and much more.
Stand-up comic Doug Benson is no stranger to flying with weed. He recently said, “The TSA, for the most part, does not care about marijuana.”
What happens when weed universes collide and stand-up comic Doug Benson runs into Bubbles of the Trailer Park Boys (or someone who looks a lot like Bubbles)? This awesome photo.
From our interview with stoner comic Doug Benson came this mind-blowing gem: “Stand-up is fun, smoking pot is fun. Fun plus fun equals bigger fun. Who doesn’t want large fun?”
Listen: Comics Julian McCullough and Geoff Tate join marijuana editor Ricardo Baca on Doug Benson’s movie podcast ‘Doug Loves Movies’ on May 10, 2015.
Watch “Last Comic Standing” champs Josh Blue and Felip Esparza get blazed on Doug Benson’s YouTube talk show “Getting Doug With High.”
Op-ed: As I sat among clouds of weed smoke at Doug Benson’s show this week I couldn’t help but wonder: Getting high at concerts is still illegal, but should it be?
This weekend, Colorado will host its first substantial marijuana-centric film festival, the Cannabus Fest in Fort Collins.
Whether it was from a hangover or a haze, Los Angeles (and the world) woke up to the greenest and greatest holiday greeting of all: “Happy New Year from Hollyweed!”
The 60-year-old TV personality suffers from multiple sclerosis and has been an outspoken advocate of medical marijuana.
After a Denver news anchor made a plea that the people of Colorado wear pants while shopping for marijuana, “@midnight” host Chris Hardwick was off to the races.
You’d think it common sense, choosing to leave your grenade-shaped marijuana grinder at home before flying out of Sacramento International Airport — especially if the grinder was full of weed.
Comedian Hannibal Buress had some choice words for the cannabis products at Native Roots pot shop in Denver on a recent tour stop.
An estimated 3,000 people gathered in the heart of Denver at Lincoln Park to celebrate legal recreational marijuana during the annual 4/20 rally near the state Capitol. Puff, puff, play the video.
While the crowd at Monday’s unofficial 4/20 gathering at Lincoln Park was significantly smaller than the numbers at other events held during the annual celebration of all things cannabis, it still held a special place for local pot activist Rob Corry.
Between Saturday and Sunday night, 4/20 rally founder Miguel Lopez estimated about 125,000 filled Denver’s Civic Center Park to browse marijuana-themed merchandise and discuss the pot industry.
Denver police said there were no major problems as 4/20 marijuana celebrations continued for a second day on Sunday.
Marijuana at the Cannabis Cup: Out-of-state companies, along with Colorado businesses that don’t hold state licenses, were running low on samples by the end of Saturday after being swamped with visitors as the only outlets for free or paid samples. Yes, paid.
High Times editor-in-chief Dan Skye says the Counterculture Hall of Fame induction of the Grateful Dead at the U.S. Cannabis Cup in Denver will get a lot of attention.
This year’s Denver 4/20 rally runs Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. with after parties in the nearby McNichols building from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. In addition to the hundreds of food and merchandise vendors filling the park, there will be a full lineup of concerts, including headliner Rick Ross.
While CNN’s chief medical correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, has taken bold stances on the legitimacy of medical marijuana before, he’s about to go all in, according to an article posted today on CNN under the headline “Dr. Sanjay Gupta: It’s time for a medical marijuana revolution.”
Cannabist calendar: Stoney events in April 2015 for Denver, Colorado Springs and beyond. 4/20 weekend events, comedy shows, classes, music & more. And we’ll be updating with more 4/20 events as we hear about them.
The Cannabist Show covers marijuana in Colorado and beyond. Guests this week: retired Denver Broncos TE Nate Jackson and Taylor West of the National Cannabis Industry Association. Get the week’s top headlines and take the Pot Quiz.