Why Choose a 420-Friendly Hotel?

  BECAUSE EVERYONE KNOWS WHAT YOU DID AND YOU WILL BE FINED FOR IT   It’s not your fault the smoke detector is screeching; somebody had to consume all this legal cannabis. The noisy device is onto you, though. It knows what you did. So you call the front desk.   “The…smoke detector…it seems to […]

Right at Home in Denver Relief

Denver Relief 1 Broadway, Suite A-150, Denver CO 80203 denverrelief.com   Why you should go: It’s your friendly neighborhood cannabis shop, they offer a consistent selection of high quality house cultivated strains, you want to both purchase cannabis and give back to the community at the same time.   A Socially Responsible Cannabis Dispensary I’m […]

Mindful Wins with Women Grow ReadyPens

  This winter’s Women Grow Leadership Summit in Denver was a carefully and thoughtfully curated experience. Everyone involved in the planning and execution of the event went to great lengths to ensure that participants felt fully immersed in a transformational happening. The speakers were on their A-games, imparting boatloads of knowledge at every moment, and […]

Edibles Review: CannaPunch

What we enjoyed: yummy fruity flavors; reliable and consistent effects; measuring cup included for accurate dosing; makes depressing plane rides from Denver to the east coast bearable       I love cannabis drinks. They are easy to consume, easy to dose, discreet, and usually quite effective. Because of the myriad possibilities offered by potable […]

New York Dispensary Wants to Give You Cannabis

Yesterday’s News — July 13, 2105       Syracuse dispensary will donate portion of profits to families in need Citiva Medical, a company looking to open a cultivation center and dispensary in the Syracuse area, announced a plan to provide assistance to families in need of medical cannabis for children. Because the average monthly […]

The Finger Thing Means The Taxes

Yesterday’s News — June 11, 2015       Colorado Taxes Got Too High, Now They Don’t Know What To Do With All This Cash In an effort to further erode the state’s black market, Colorado will lower the sales tax on marijuana from 10% to 8% beginning in July of 2017. Governor Hickenlooper believes […]

High Tea Honors Mothers of a Movement

  Women of cannabis have been getting a lot of attention lately, and rightly so. Leaders in many arenas, from activism and education to business and politics, they’re setting the tone for a new industry and igniting a conversation that’s pulling in voices you might not expect to hear in the cannabis space. Due in […]

D.C. Cannabis Seed Shares Encourage Homegrow

Yesterday’s News – March 28, 2015       There have been plenty of headlines in the past several days. Here’s Weekend Review Kit’s roundup of the biggest cannabis news stories:   Hundreds of Washington, D.C. residents participated in marijuana seed shares, organized by D.C. Cannabis Campaign’s Adam Eidinger. Because personal possession and cultivation of […]