Consistency and quality. Those two things are what keeps most businesses afloat. A quality restaurant that can't consistently deliver top-notch meals will fail. Likewise, a consistently bad restaurant doesn't stand a chance. The same is true in the medical marijuana dispensary world, where shops co ... More >>
The Clinic's fifth annual charity golf tournament, which benefits the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's Colorado-Wyoming chapter, has doubled in size from previous years, but organizers say it's already sold out. Although the Clinic hasn't announced how much money it's raised from participants ... More >>
Of all the conditions that bring patients to The Clinic Medical Marijuana Centers, one is especially important to master grower Jay Price: multiple sclerosis. He knows which strains help the muscle pains and which strains help the eye spasms or the depression that often comes from battling the incur ... More >>
For the last three years, staffers at the Clinic have raised money for theNational Multiple Sclerosis Society -- outreach that emphasizes a growing public acceptance and interest in using medical marijuana to treat the disease. This Saturday at the annual MS Walk Denver in City Park, the dispensary ... More >>
As part of his post about medical marijuana for 1 percenters, William Breathes touted an unusual fundraiser conceived by The Clinic. Each of its centers would raffle off a nugget of Green Gold valued at an astonishing $4,200 per ounce to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Winners were ... More >>
While most of us live on a budget that prevents us from spending thousands on medical marijuana each week, there are apparently a few patients with lots of disposable income to throw around. Budtenders I've spoken with talk about people coming in regularly to buy ounces of hash oil and caviar -- bu ... More >>
A Flickr photo.The holidays are fast approaching. Get in the spirit at a toy drive tonight and a wine-and-gift-basket bash on Sunday, with many options in between. Here's a taste of what's ahead:
Mason Tvert.Mason Tvert, the main man behind SAFER, lives to promote the theory that marijuana is less dangerous than alcohol -- and if he can hype his book Marijuana is Safer: So Why Are We Driving People to Drink? at the same time, that's even better. These goals come together in Tvert's la ... More >>
Hungry to help? Stop by the Mellow Mushroom, 2154 East Commons Avenue in Littleton, which will donate 10 percent of today's dine-in and take-out tabs to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Just tell your server you're there to "eat pizza for MS," and you'll be sharing a little slice of c ... More >>
A Flickr photo.The upcoming week is overflowing with wine tastings and dinners, many to benefit great causes, but there's also a long-awaited beer release, the continuation of the Green Routes tour and much more taking place in Denver's culinary scene. Here's a taste of what's ahead: Monday, ... More >>
Since we reported last month that Denver would be among the many cities to host a Snuggie Pub Crawl -- in which proud owners of the awesomely popular sleeved blanket slip into their Snuggies and get hammered -- we've been counting the days until the event. We'd heard it was scheduled for April 25, s ... More >>
Costumed competitors race through Washington Park.
Denver’s wheelchair ruggers buck the Raiders.
From the week of October 27, 2005
Don't start no stuff, won't be no stuff.
Scream Scram encourages road outrageousness
Cage fighting punches its way back
April 22-28, 1999