We have so much marijuana at Westword, we don't know what to do with it.
Marijuana news, that is.
We're looking to bring on our second-ever pot-specific intern. You don't need to be a medical marijuana cardholder or anything like that, but some working knowledge of cannabis and the cannabis indus ... More >>
Cafe Society dished out five Guess Where? contests last week, ranging from a wedge salad dressed with blue cheese and bacon from Park Burger to a king-sized Mideast feast from Jerusalem to a scoop of seasonal Palisade peach ice cream from Fired Up. And then there was the burger...a crumbly sphere of ... More >>
Next Friday, April 27, the Jefferson County Open School is throwing an event that it describes as being like "Burning Man meets the Renaissance Festival." And from the sounds of it, the Global Elements Festival is going to pack quite a punch, with enough activities jammed into one night for an entir ... More >>
Cafe Society dished out five Guess Where? contests last week, ranging from a still-unidentified plate of sushi at an Asian restaurant whose service was atrocious to a charcuterie platter at Charcoal to a Frisbee-size omelet from the Original Pancake House to a saucer of hummus that made me weep tear ... More >>
Graham.On Saturday, June 11, devotees of Ultimate Frisbee will be sailing discs with abandon in spirited competition on a field in Centennial -- while raising cash for "random acts of kindness" in response to an act of senseless violence that claimed one of their own.
Andrew Gelston Graham ... More >>
Git money wut.Well here we are almost a week into June, and all this time you've been missing out on all the commemorative months you could be getting drunk for right up until July -- for example, did you know June is Dairy Month? No, you did not. More immediately, though, today is Yo-Yo day, ... More >>
Today's time-wasting video comes all the way from Australia's Melbourne Museum, where they celebrated the premiere of Tron: Legacy with an interactive "extreme 3-D" projection-mapped halfpipe presented by ENESS and dared to ask the timeless question: What if the dudes in Tron were more into r ... More >>
Lori MidsonBaited by the lure of the Rocky Mountains, where fly fishing and lodge lounging are popular pastimes, Guy Harvey, the marine biologist, author, conservationist, scientist, world famous marine life artist and prolific restaurateur, chose Denver -- specifically Northfield Stapleton ... More >>
Nelson Perkins and chef Brad Rowell left the kitchen to join the crowdBy 9 p.m. last night, most of the diners and imbibers who'd come for Colt & Gray's patio party had bid their adieus, but the party was still going strong, with the stragglers joining the staff for a couple of rounds of poke ... More >>
Got the munchies?
If so, there's really only one place to be today: Cheba Hut.
"We are throwing a party system-wide," says Matthew Trethewey, spokesman for the Fort Collins-based sub sandwich chain, which has a dozen stores in Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Oregon and celebrates its anni ... More >>
Photo by JohntexNintendo wants to take you here, via the WiiSince you probably can't afford that getaway to a remote beach this year, how about the next best thing: video games. In this case, Wii Sports Resort, which is coming to Southwest Plaza, 8501 West Bowles Avenue in Littleton (www.sout ... More >>
Cheeseman Park: It's not just for weddings and Frisbee.
As the onetime Mount Prospect Cemetery, it's also apparently a good place to pick up bones of Denver's former "villains, robbers and those that had a lot of malfeasance in their character," according to this presentation by a guy who says ... More >>