Beer is out and weed is in. For the first time in American history, marijuana will infiltrate the lungs of summer socialites in attendance at the Denver County Fair, while those with plans to attend a more traditional beer garden will be lost in a cloud of smoke.
We’ve been covering the story of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra (CSO) and its “Classically Cannabis: The High Note Series,” where patrons can bring their own marijuana and smoke it in an open-air patio secluded within a Denver gallery. The CSO proposed ...
Next week, Dave Pike and his partner Michael Looney will launch the first-ever small business incubator in the United States catering to professionals forging their way through the front lines of marijuana commerce.
Last week the Denver city attorney’s office hand-delivered a letter warning the Colorado Symphony Orchestra (CSO) to cancel a series of upcoming pot-themed fundraising concerts dubbed “Classically Cannabis: The High Note Series.”
Food safety inspections of businesses that manufacture and sell marijuana edibles in Denver have found products that should be refrigerated sitting out on shelves and preparation methods insufficient to kill bacteria that can cause serious food-borne illness.