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Mon, 07/04/2016 - 8:00am to 9:00am
Steve Bloom, Editor-In-Chief of Freedom Leaf Magazine
Pot Culture and Celebrity Stoners

What was the best marijuana movie of the past decade? Who's the most famous entertainer to be busted for pot so far this year? Is Willie Nelson really as cool and kind as everyone says he is? What was it like working with Jack Herer before he became famous? We find the answers to these and other questions on Morning Talk Radio this July 4th when Doug McVay, who's sitting in for our regular hosts Celeste and Cecil, speaks with the journalist and author Steve Bloom. And they'll be taking calls, so you can join the conversation.

Steve Bloom is editor-in-chief of Freedom Leaf magazine. He also publishes and edits CelebStoner.com, one of the leading sources for marijuana and celebrity news on the web since 2007. Steve was named editor of Freedom Leaf in November 2014.

He’s co-author of Pot Culture: The A-Z Guide to Stoner Language and Life (Abrams Image, 2008) and Reefer Movie Madness: The Ultimate Stoner Film Guide (Abrams Image, 2010). 

A former editor of High Times, Steve produced the Stony and Doobie awards shows, and the Hempilation benefit albums for NORML during his more than 15 years with the magazine, from 1989 to 2006.

Steve was the recipient of NORML’s Media & Culture Award in 2004. He’s appeared as a moderator, panelist and speaker at many marijuana-reform events, including the NORML conference, the Drug Policy Alliance conference, the International Cannabis Business Conference, Seattle Hempfest, Boston Freedom Rally, Cannabis Peace March, and Cypress Hill’s SmokeOut and Spring Gathering events.

He and Willie Nelson founded the Teapot Party in 2010.

Steve is also the author of Video Invaders (Arco, 1982) and Watch Out for the Little Guys (St. Martins Press, 1989). He lives in Bronx, NY.





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