Architectural design firm The McBride Company has created everything from restaurants to hotels, theaters, casinos and most notably over the last two decades, its been the sole design ambassador for Margaritaville. Now, its architects lend a transformative eye to a whole new world: cannabis retail spaces.
Lindsey Bartlett is The Cannabist's digital strategist. A Colorado native, Bartlett has written on the marijuana beat for 5 years. Her contributions to publications include Leafly, Westword, 303 Magazine, and her photos have been featured in Vanity Fair and High Times. She started at The Denver Post as social media producer in April of 2017, and took over digital strategy for The Cannabist in February of 2018.
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Action Bronson warmed the crowd like wine when he took the stage at 420 On the Block. The snowy, rainy mixture of Friday and Saturday all culminated to a stoned exhaustion until Bronson tip-toed his way onto the main stage at the Fox Street Compound, lighting up the block with his energy.
The rain didn’t stop Lil Wayne, Lil Jon from performing at the well-executed Mile High 420 Fest on April 20, 2018 at Civic Center Park. Pepe Breton of Euflora dispensary lead the event’s new organization, as well as a champagne toast on stage.
With police out in full force this 4/20 weekend, a safe ride is 100 percent worth the cost — and the two car rideshare giants are taking the edge off by offering discounts for those celebrating/rallying for the cannabis cause in Denver and beyond.
Stillwater carries tea, instant coffee and Ripple Dissolvable THC and CBD, a nearly flavorless and odorless white powder you can add to anything.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment released a study that lists the occupations in which marijuana use is the most common.
Everyone knows millennials love marijuana. Now, a handful of studies polled by The Tylt back up that claim— and the numbers are staggering.
The week-long celebration of 4/20 in Colorado dips a toe into every aspect of culture. From concerts to food events and high society soirees, here is your definitive guide to 4/20 events in Denver for 2018.
If you’ve ever wanted to get up-close-and-personal with some budding marijuana plants but didn’t know how accessible that type of excursion would be, good news: this Denver dispensary has a 270-degree viewing window into its grow for its customers.
“We are observing directly from talking to people that many people who are homeless came here so that they could get marijuana legally.”
“As an entrepreneur myself, I am well aware of the struggles that people of color face in the business sector,” said Terrell Davis.
Snoop Dogg just can’t spend the 4/20 holiday away from Colorado.
The state’s largest 4/20 marijuana celebration is back in Denver’s Civic Center Park with new organizers and a lineup including Lil Wayne, Lil Jon and The Original Wailers.
“The brand and our franchisees are all about welcoming guests in without judgement,” an IHOP spokesperson told The Cannabist.
The Colorado cannabis industry’s effort to corner the wellness market is expanding with the April debut of a cannabis health fair in Denver.
“We need to figure out what impact these lounges will have on our community. We want to use Denver as a threshold to monitor what happens.”
Mark Zartler says marijuana is the only medicine that abates his daughter Kara’s dangerous bouts of self-abuse. Texas Child Protective Services say administering it to her constitutes physical abuse.
The biggest cities in the world would stand haul in a ton of tax money if marijuana were legalized, according to a new study
The Colorado-based cannabis business plans to open 3 medical dispensaries in Florida– in a county with a moratorium on marijuana businesses.
“Sorry bro,” Coachella says on its website. “Marijuana or marijuana products aren’t allowed inside the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Even in 2018 and beyond.”
Congressman Pete Sessions used a speech at an opioid epidemic summit Tuesday to suggest that marijuana is the gateway to addiction.
Regina Nelson, a marijuana scholar and activist based out of Boulder, Colorado, was arrested for marijuana possession in Oklahoma.
“Doctors put me on opioids back in 1985, and I’ve now been on every kind, from Percocet to OxyContin. It’s no wonder we have an opioid epidemic in our country; we weren’t educated about the dangers back then.”
Of the 185 applications, 131 were disqualified, mostly for not meeting a minimum score in one or several parts of the application.
Being caught with e-cigarettes that have THC results in detentions, a referral to the assistance program, and citations for possession.
Educators say they have seen a dramatic increase in the number of teen students caught vaping e-cigarettes on high school campuses.
Girl Scouts of Colorado now treats marijuana dispensaries like any other business in considering cookie sales sites, a spokesperson says.
Netflix is shopping the series around, Deadline reports, so Disjointed may be fired again up by another studio.
A new study from researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder found that alcohol is much more damaging to your brain than marijuana.
“I want people to understand that you don’t have to get blottoed, you can just get a little, nice buzz to take the edge off,” the comedian said.
Candles aren’t the only things getting lit this Valentine’s Day.
Utopia All Natural Wellness Spa and Lounge submitted its application for a Denver social marijuana use license this week — with a little help from a powerful Colorado law firm.
Pax vaporizers brand has developed one of the most high-tech vapes on the market. The Pax Era vape pen has its own app and prefilled pods for weed concentrates.
Two new incognito vaporizers make for a good rip in a rush, but feel like a female product seen through the male gaze.