We recently shared an Inside Edition report about smoke shacks at ski areas -- after which personnel at Breckenridge destroyed Leo's Smoke Shack, which had been featured in hidden-camera footage. But while Leo's is gone, its spirit lives in a hilarious parody put together by photog Arthur Balluff an ... More >>
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Last week, we shared a video of Leo's Smoke Shack in Breckenridge being blown up by ski area and U.S. Forest Service reps shortly after it was featured on Inside Edition. The clip didn't please many of our readers, who questioned whether the action would enhance safety. This post highlights what its ... More >>
Yesterday, we noted that Leo's Smoke Shack, a Breckenridge institution at the center of a hysterical Inside Edition report, had been destroyed as part of a new war on smoke shacks. Many of our readers were unhappy about the turn of events, including this one.
Yesterday, we shared a completely hysterical Inside Edition report about smoke shacks at Colorado ski resorts -- a longtime phenomenon that our William Breathes has been writing about in depth for years. Turns out, though, that one of the main settings for the Inside Edition piece -- Leo's Smoke Sh ... More >>
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Back in 2012, our William Breathes offered an in-depth tour of smoke shacks -- low-key structures at numerous Colorado ski resorts where particularly kind skiers stop to smoke a little pot before getting back to the slopes. Now, Inside Edition has discovered these venerable attractions, but the hila ... More >>
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Smile, you're in The Aspen Times.As aggregated news and poorly sourced blogs permeate an industry once driven by a dying breed of scrappy local journalists, the little guys at the heart of the big story are often forgotten -- or worse, just plain robbed. But Rick Carroll, managing editor at ... More >>
Courtesy of Inside EditionGary Coleman and wife Shannon Price.Onetime Denverite Gary Coleman was only 42 when he died last Friday -- and now, People magazine is reporting that his wife, Shannon Price, didn't exactly go the extra mile in trying to assist him after a fall that preceded his deat ... More >>
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