Bruce Lee's Lost Interview

In 1971, martial arts master Bruce Lee sat down for the only television interview of his career. Feared lost for more than three decades, this fascinating 24 minute conversation recently resurfaced and has been remastered for your viewing pleasure.

The Stoner Channel: Bruce Lee Speaks, Frank and the Boys Sing, and an Artist Takes Every Drug Known to Man

Why Marijuana Is Like the Internet

(Hint: Regulation doesn't work on either of them) [Guardian - Image: CreativeNature.nl / Shutterstock ]

The Rat Pack Rocks St. Louis

Frank, Dean, and Sammy put on a show at the Saint Louis Opera House in 1965, hosted by a very young Johnny Carson.

The Stoner Channel: Bruce Lee Speaks, Frank and the Boys Sing, and an Artist Takes Every Drug Known to Man

Won't Someone Please Think of the Children and Legalize Weed Already?

Guardian columnist Howard Mark argues that if recent studies have shown that weed makes people dumber later in life when abused as teens, we have a responsibility to protect them from themselves and regulate it like alcohol. [Guardian]

The Stoner Channel: Bruce Lee Speaks, Frank and the Boys Sing, and an Artist Takes Every Drug Known to Man

This Is Your Self Portrait. This Is Your Self Portrait On Drugs

Washington DC artist Bryan Lewis Saunders takes the road less traveled when producing his art—a road paved in drugs. Like, all of them. According to Saunders,

After experiencing drastic changes in my environment, I looked for other experiences that might profoundly affect my perception of the self. So I devised another experiment where everyday I took a different drug and drew myself under the influence. Within weeks I became lethargic and suffered mild brain damage. I am still conducting this experiment but over greater lapses of time. I only take drugs that are given to me.

The image above was created with the help of a couple of 'shroom caps, but follow the link below to see his works on everything from Hash to Adderal to Bath Salts. [Bryan Lewis Saunders via Cultso]