BRECKENRIDGE — More than 30 people lined up outside the Breckenridge Cannabis Club for the 8 a.m. opening of legal marijuana sales Wednesday morning.
Investors might be wise to get in on weed before it sweeps the nation. If California legalizes it, the industry could triple to $18 billion.
Bud+Breakfast hotels cater to folks wanting to make cannabis a part of their vacations while enjoying the outdoors.
Arrests have soared in Breckenridge, Dillon and Silverthorne, where all three police departments have already made more arrests this year than they did in all of 2015.
The Cannabis Diversity Summit draws minority business and advocacy leaders to Denver for discussions and a dinner hosted by the Go GREENE advocacy group; the summit got its start with Alaska-based activist Charlo Greene.
A massive cannabis convergence happened in Denver recently, and no, we’re not talking about the annual 4/20 smokeout.
Lauren Hoover, the fitness-loving budtender from the CNN docuseries “High Profits,” died Wednesday after being in a coma for three weeks, according to a representative from St. Anthony Hospital in Lakewood.
Lauren Hoover, the free-spirited Breckenridge budtender featured in the CNN documentary “High Profits,” has been in a coma since a March 2 car accident in Summit County.
The Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division will disclose the names of hundreds who hold marijuana business licenses, but at a cost of thousands of dollars. Other state-licensed occupations are not handled this way.
There has been a cornucopia of 420-friendly events in Colorado’s legalized era — arty dinners, joint- and sushi-rolling classes and even speed dating happy hours. But no entrepreneur has yet figured out the tricky cannabis event space as well as Kendal Norris, whose Mason Jar Event Group will soon throw another luxe bash.
A pesticide-wary reader wants organic, outdoor-grown marijuana in Colorado, and Ask the Cannabist finds that organic cultivation can get complicated.
As Colorado continues to gather data on marijuana, experts are withholding judgment and taking a longer view. However, there are trends to follow, including cannabis industry growth; marijuana-related arrests and crime; and consumer use rates.
Shine Papers, which makes 24 karat gold rolling papers, is debuting its first collaboration with a Colorado marijuana retailer: High Country Healing Mini Js, which weigh in at a quarter-gram.
When marijuana first became legal, design was the last thing on the mind of retailers. They just wanted their stores open in a hurry so they could start turning all that bud into bucks.
In February, High Country Healing’s Andrew Salini was smoking with a few friends when one of them rolled a smaller joint — a mini joint, if you will. The trio passed it around, and Salini marveled at how something that looked so small was able to satisfy the group.
Colorado pot tourism: While curiosity is still at odds with social stigmas, tours with Cultivating Spirits or a stay at Breck Haus are enlightening options.
The Headquarters Harvest Dinner draws a cultivated crowd with its twist on a farm-to-table dinner: cannabis pairings that complement a special menu created by Colorado “Top Chef” champion Hosea Rosenberg
Santee Sioux tribal leaders plan to grow their own pot in South Dakota and sell it in an amenity-laden marijuana resort, with hopes of generating up to $2 million a month in profit. “We want it to be an adult playground,” tribal President Anthony Reider said.
We were racking our brains at Puzzah, a Denver escape room where players team up for an hour of sleuthing and puzzle-solving to win a mission.
Boulder-based “Top Chef” champion Hosea Rosenberg is prepping a four-course Harvest Dinner this fall that features cannabis and cocktail pairings.
Author Neal Pollack explores the Rockies: ‘The Bud+Breakfast felt like a halfway house for people who need to transition into the reality of legalized marijuana, but not everyone wants to spend their holiday getting stoned on a couch with strangers.’
The marijuana-friendly ranch resort in Colorado that has been plastered all over international media for a month isn’t opening this week, or even this year, as planned, The Cannabist has learned.
A 22-year-old Oklahoma man fatally shot himself with his gun on Saturday while on a family ski vacation in Colorado, according to reports from the Summit County sheriff’s and coroner’s offices.
Nick Brown, The Denver Post’s 2000 Gold Helmet Award winner from Woodland Park High School, has established a lucrative dispensary business in the Colorado Rockies.
2014 was a year of fascinating marijuana developments: Innovative pot products hit the market, the global pot view is changing and unusual true stories abounded.