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  • Colorado CannaBellas Launch Party Reaches the Moon and Back
    November 15 at 9:07 a.m. by Tyler Grimes

    Cannabis advocacy group CannaBellas celebrated the launch of its Denver chapter at Lincoln St. Station on November 13; the group's goal is to promote "confident cannabis queens who proudly live a lifestyle beyond social stereotypes" through…

     
  • See the Winners of the 2017 Mayor’s Design Awards
    November 14 at 1:24 p.m. by Kenzie Bruce

    Mayor Michael Hancock will honor sixteen projects for excellence in architecture, design and place-making at the 2017 Mayor’s Design Awards ceremony, 6 p.m. November 14 at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. The winners are a mix of old and new....and…

     
  • Students for Life of America Protest Planned Parenthood in Aurora
    November 11 at 2:26 p.m. by Brandon Marshall

    Members of Students for Life of America are crisscrossing the country on the #Sockit2PP tour; on November 11, the group brought its truck full of socks as well as a whole laundry list of complaints to the Planned Parenthood in Aurora. All photos by…

     

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  • Veterans for Peace and Iraq Veterans Against the War Join Denver's Parade
    November 11 at 1:07 p.m. by Brandon Marshall

    The Denver/Boulder/Fort Collins chapters of Veterans for Peace joined with Iraq Veterans Against the War at the Veterans' Day Parade in downtown Denver on November 11. Travis Weiner, an Iraq War vet and third-year student at the University of…

     
  • Religious Freedom Rally Held for Controversial Lakewood Bakery Owner
    November 8 at 4:32 p.m. by Brandon Marshall

    The case might be five years old, but plenty of attention is still being paid to Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood who in 2012 refused to bake a wedding cake for Charlie Craig and Dave Mullins for religious reasons. The…

     
  • From Seed to Sale With Seed & Smith
    November 7 at 1:14 p.m. by Jacqueline Collins

    Colorado's cannabis industry is heavily regulated, with every cultivation and infusion process tracked by serial numbers and bar codes from start to finish, referred as "seed to sale" by the industry. To make all of that tracking and processing…

     
  • Remember, Remember: Dozens Turn Out for Million Mask March in Denver
    November 6 at 8 a.m. by Brandon Marshall

    On November 5, also known as Guy Fawkes Day, Anonymous members assembled across the U.S. to protest police brutality and the current presidential administration. Denver had a Million Mask March gathering of its own, on the State Capitol steps. All…

     
  • Protesters Rally at Now-Closed City Park Golf Course
    November 2 at 6:02 a.m. by Brandon Marshall

    On the evening of November 1, demonstrators gathered at City Park Golf Course, which is now closed for two years, for a candlelight vigil. Members of City Park Friends and Neighbors and Ditch the Ditch were honoring the 261 trees that will be…

     
  • Gari Safari Gets Wild at the Church
    November 1 at 1:58 a.m. by Aaron Thackeray

    Lions, tigers and bears all flocked to the Church on Halloween for a night of dance, DJs and drinks. Hosted by the Green Solution and Sensi magazine, the Gari Safari was a chance for cannabis-industry members to celebrate the ganja jungle and just…

     
  • Real Estate Porn: Inside Ten Unreal Multimillion-Dollar Homes for Sale in Colorado
    October 31 at 11:14 a.m. by Ana Campbell

    Admit it: Sometimes when you're all alone late at night, you flip open your laptop or gear up your iPhone to look at pictures of hot...real estate! Welcome to this month's edition of real estate porn. This month we take you inside ten beautiful…

     
  • Handmaids, Calls for Impeachment Greet Vice President Mike Pence in Denver
    October 27 at 6:55 a.m. by Brandon Marshall

    At a Colorado GOP fundraiser on Thursday, October 26, Vice President Mike Pence was met by protesters carrying signs calling for President Donald Trump's impeachment and advocating for a woman's right to choose. The protesters were dressed as…

     
  • Re-Upping on Weed and Horror at Altitude's Haunted House
    October 19 at 2:09 p.m. by Jacqueline Collins

    We'd never recommend going into a haunted house stoned, but going to one to buy weed? That's a different story. Altitude dispensary in Aurora decided to take its love for Halloween further than a couple pumpkins and black-and-orange streamers,…

     
  • A-Basin Opens: Ski Season Is Here!
    October 14 at 7:33 a.m. by Brandon Marshall

    Arapahoe Basin rushed to fire up its lifts, and on October 13 became the first ski resort to open in North America for the 2017-18 ski season. Some people started lining up two days early for the bragging rights to "First Chair." All photos by…

     
  • Coloradans Rally Against Gun Violence
    October 8 at 7:04 p.m. by Brandon Marshall

    In the wake of the Las Vegas shooting that left 58 dead and 489 injured, the Colorado Coalition Against Gun Violence rallied at the Colorado Capitol on October 8, 2017.  The group asked for legislators to enact universal background checks, ban…

     
  • Fresh Food, Weed and Wine at Planet Bluegrass for Mason Jar's Fall Dinner
    October 7 at 9:50 a.m. by Jacqueline Collins

    The pot-infused dinner niche is a small one, but Mason Jar Event Group continues to meld cannabis, lovely settings and food together in unparalleled fashion. Setting the scene at Planet Bluegrass Ranch in Lyons, Mason Jar founder Kendal Norris…

     
  • #BlackGirlMagic Celebrated at Colorado Capitol
    October 2 at 2:23 p.m. by Kenneth Hamblin III

    Black women of "all shades, shapes and sizes" gathered at the Capitol on Saturday, September 30, to celebrate and honor their beautiful selves. The event featured poetry and music and was held in conjunction with the March for Black Women in…

     
  • Suicide Prevention Highlighted at Out of the Darkness Community Walk
    September 24 at 3:25 p.m. by Brandon Marshall

    The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Colorado chapter hosted its annual Denver Metro Out of the Darkness Community Walk on September 23. An estimated 4,000 people walked six laps around Coors Field to support suicide prevention. All…

     
  • Pot Zero's Zero-Carbon Footprint in Gypsum
    September 23 at 8:57 a.m. by Jake Holschuh

    Robert and Linda Trotter have created Pot Zero, a zero-carbon marijuana grow in Gypsum, where the mineral coming off the cliffs is just one of the natural ingredients that helps their cannabis grow. The sun, water from a stream running through…

     
  • DREAMers Play Human Chess at Congressman Coffman's Office
    September 21 at 12:42 p.m. by Brandon Marshall

    After U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced in early September that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program would be rescinded, DREAMers and their supporters around the country pleaded with their representatives in Congress to…

     
  • Chilling, Vaping, Winning at the CHAMPS Trade Show
    September 20 at 3:12 p.m. by Jacqueline Collins

    A fixture among industries that thrive in Colorado's counter culture, the annual CHAMPS Trade Show is enjoying its fifth year in Denver. The business-to-business convention brings hundreds of glassware, vaporizer, clothing and accessory brands to…

     

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