Rude awakening for Canopy Boulder’s California dream to boost weed biz

Boulder-based cannabis accelerator Canopy Boulder is delaying the start of its inaugural San Francisco class after too few businesses applied. Canopy co-founder Patrick Rea cites the patchwork regulation that exists in the state as a reason too few businesses are ready to set up shop.


Have a safe trip: CU-Boulder student groups unite for drug education

Two University of Colorado student groups are joining together because they want to ensure that students on the Boulder campus use drugs safely. The Psychedelic Club and Students for Sensible Drug Policy want to create a joint student group office inside CU’s student center, possibly as early as this fall, to provide students with information on drugs and how to use them responsibly.

Nice day for a weed wedding, says Boulder's 'Airbnb for pot smokers'

Nice day for a weed wedding, says Boulder’s ‘Airbnb for pot smokers’

Short-term rental company Bud and Breakfast, the self-proclaimed “Airbnb for pot smokers” is hoping to corner another potential emerging market: weed weddings.

The Boulder startup has teamed with Denver’s Love and Marij, a cannabis event planning site, to provide venues for couples that don’t want to leave their love of herb at home.

Canopy Boulder ganjapreneurs face tough crowd of investors

Nascent cannabis entrepreneurs from Canopy Boulder’s fall class faced a tough crowd during an investor preview round of pitches, fielding questions about unproven business models and inflated valuations.

Boulder marijuana: Council to review rules for pot businesses

Updated regulations for Boulder marijuana businesses move forward

Boulder marijuana businesses would have the ability to request quasi-judicial hearings when they face revocation or suspension of their licenses under an amendment to a series of revisions to the city’s pot regulations that moved forward late Tuesday night.

University of Colorado arrests down for drugs, alcohol

CU-Boulder arrests for drug, alcohol violations down

Following a recent trend, the number of arrests for drug and alcohol violations among University of Colorado students declined in 2014, according to newly released crime statistics.