Colorado’s first cannabis bar where tokers can buy and smoke weed onsite recently opened in Denver. Here’s what to expect if you visit JAD’s Mile High Smoke.
These gummies turned our reporter into an edibles evangelist.
An event in Denver celebrating cannabis culture will limit the age of festival-goers to 21 and older next year after parents complained, citing concerns about youth exposure to weed.
After a social media post promoting Denver’s signature Mile High 420 Fest sparked backlash among locals, the city of Denver took to its official accounts Tuesday to remind tokers that smoking weed in public is against the law.
Additionally, Method Man will be visit two Denver dispensaries this afternoon to celebrate 420 before his performance at Red Rocks.
The owner of JAD’s Mile High Smoke invites you to experience the “future of cannabis” — a public space where you can purchase and smoke/eat/drink weed with like-minded individuals.
Did you know Denver’s Seed & Smith offers a grow tour? It’s like a brewery tour, but for weed.
A Cap Hill mansion-turned-B&B, an existing private club in RiNo and a new addition to South Broadway’s “Green Mile” are the first three businesses to apply for a marijuana hospitality license from the city of Denver.
Aurora is eyeing the next — and perhaps final — frontier in the world of legal cannabis in Colorado, giving initial approval this week for smoking lounges, tasting rooms and tour buses.
A former University of Denver student who was cited for possessing marijuana in Wyoming 11 years ago has become the first applicant in the city for a marijuana retail store license under the new social equity program.
Wishing for a service like GrubHub for cannabis? Weed delivery will soon be a reality in the Mile High City.
A long-awaited court program began last week that hopes to disrupt the cycle of violence by intervening in the lives of teenagers caught with guns before they are a victim or perpetrator of violence.
Denver will have a hot start to the week with temperatures in the mid to high 90s. Some moisture will move into the area later in the week and into the weekend, but most of the week should be clear with sunny skies.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s plans for a $450 million infrastructure bonding package to put to voters includes a new, mid-size “state-of-the-art” arena.
Major League Baseball’s All-Star Week has landed in Denver, and you don’t need a game ticket to get in on the action.
Denver begins accepting new applications for cannabis business licenses next month — but not for certain neighborhoods.
Denver’s about to become even more marijuana-friendly this summer, with weed delivery likely starting this summer.
Denver chefs are among the contestants on “Chopped 420,” a cannabis-centric spinoff of the legendary cooking competition hosted by comic and actor Ron Funches, debuting for streaming on Discovery+ on Tuesday April 20
Denver’s marijuana industry would change with proposals to allow weed delivery, cannabis lounges and lift the cap on the number of recreational dispensaries in town, as well as push for equity.
Next year, Denverites may be able to have marijuana delivered to their homes if the city council adopts a new proposal to regulate delivery services.
A Denver grand jury on Thursday indicted seven people and 12 businesses for running an alleged international human trafficking operation comprised of illicit massage parlors and black market marijuana grow operations, the Denver District Attorney’s Office announced.
The majority of Denver’s cannabis-focused businesses are owned and staffed by white residents, leading to a lack of opportunities for people of color to get involved in the industry, according to a city study released Monday.
On the eve of a requirement for Denverites to wear face masks in public places, business owners say they’re not overly concerned with compliance despite controversy in other parts of the United States.
Denver’s process for auditing marijuana businesses is inadequate and has potentially cost the city countless tax dollars allocated for public service programs, the city auditor alleged Thursday.
Dispensaries and cultivations reported 10 burglaries in the first two weeks of April, Denver police said. That’s up from eight burglaries reported during the whole month of April 2019.