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Denverite: Social Cannabis Use Could Hit Denver in July

Social marijuana could hit Denver by July: Everything you need to know about the draft rules for businesses By Adrian D. Garcia of Denverite The committee tasked with shaping Initiative 300’s roll-out met for the final time last week. Now Denver officials can hash out the details of where people can consume cannabis throughout the city — and we […]

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The Cannabist: Denver Home To International Church of Cannabis

This new cannabis church pushes limits of Denver’s social-use pot law By Alex Pasquariello, The Cannabist Staff A 113-year-old church building in Denver has found a higher calling. The International Church of Cannabis opens its doors on April 20, the unofficial annual marijuana holiday. The renovated church at 400 S. Logan St. is the headquarters […]

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Westword Video: Jim Norris is King of Denver’s Underground

Jim Norris has his hands in a lot. Norris and his business partner started out in the ‘zine world, then started the much-beloved Mutiny Information Cafe and owned 3 Kings Tavern for ten years. Norris was also instrumental in getting DINK, Denver’s independent comics and arts expo, off the ground along with brothers Charlie and […]

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Marijuana Business Magazine Names Denver Relief Consulting Gurus

Going With a Guru by Omar Sacirbey Zeina Frayha and Terry Saad, the wife and husband team behind HerbaFi Wellness in Silver Spring, Maryland, were newbies to the marijuana industry but did have business backgrounds. He came from finance. She came from marketing. Before receiving a license, the couple figured they knew enough to put […]

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Denver Westword Names 3 Sexpot Comedy Shows Best of April

The Ten Best Comedy Shows in Denver in April BY BYRON GRAHAM Despite what the grey skies above belie, Spring has begun in earnest and dampened Denverites have reasons to hope. As per usual, the comedy scene continues to flourish, with laughter ringing from our clubs, theaters and even VFW halls. Our local chuckle merchants […]

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Alabama Public Radio: Kayvan Khalatbari on Colorado “Pot Clubs”

As Colorado Gets Ready To Allow Pot Clubs, Indoor Smoking Still An Issue For three years, recreational pot has been legal in Colorado, but using it in public is still against the law. That will change this summer when pot clubs are slated to open. A blinking “open” sign hangs on the outside of an […]

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Adam Cayton Holland Among 14 Comedians Receiving Comedy Central Half Hour Specials in 2017

Each year, Comedy Central picks a select group of up-and-coming comedians to star in their own 30-minute Half Hour Stand-Up Special, and they just revealed the 14 comics chosen, including Denver, Colorado’s own Adam Cayton Holland, for the 2017 season, which will be called Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents. The specials will tape at The Civic Theatre in New Orleans […]

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CPR: Pot Clubs And Social Consumption in Colorado

Pot Clubs And Social Consumption Might Soon Be The Norm In Colorado BY BEN MARKUS OF COLORADO PUBLIC RADIO A blinking ‘open’ sign hangs on the outside of a shabby building in a dark industrial zone just outside Denver city limits. When the front door opens, smoke billows out. This is iBake, one of the state’s […]

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303 Magazine: The Narrators Celebrates 7 Years!

THE NARRATORS PUT DENVER LOCALS IN THE SPOTLIGHT WITH LIVE STORYTELLING By Elliott Flood of 303 Magazine We all relish great stories. Whether it’s your best friend recounting the time they got locked out of a hotel room naked or one of your grandparents waxing fondly about their childhood — stories permeate our lives. The Narrators is […]

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Vice News: Should There Be Drug War Reparations?

The case for drug war “reparations” By Amanda Chicago Lewis of Vice News Marijuana legalization has the potential to make a lot of people very rich — a lot of white people, that is. It’s common knowledge that pot prohibition disproportionately affected people of color, but most states have made it difficult for black and brown […]

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