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My 420 Tours in the L.A. Times

My 420 Tours in the Los Angeles Times – Exploring Colorado’s cannabis tourism scene in Denver By ROSEMARY MCCLURE  | The Los Angeles Times …Enter My 420 Tours, one of a handful of companies in the city getting in on the pot industry by offering a... read more

My 420 Tours in The New York Times

Taking a Trip, Literally, on Colorado’s Pot Trail By ALAN FEUER | The New York Times … I should note from the start that I’m not much of a smoker. While bourbon doesn’t last long on my shelf, I get high, at most, a few times a year. That’s why I appreciated the... read more

My 420 Tours Featured in Travel + Leisure

420 Travel – Is Smoking Pot the New Disneyland for the Family? by Vauhini Vara | Travel + Leisure  | 420 Travel In 2014, Colorado and Washington became the first states to allow recreational pot. Oregon and Alaska followed in 2015 and 2016. Danny Schaefer, a... read more


Happy Pi Day! Cooking With Marijuana: Pie Five Ways

Happy Pi Day! Cooking With Marijuana: Pie Five Ways

Best holiday after 420? March 14, a.k.a. Pi Day. Once a cult holiday reserved for Rainman types who look for patterns in numbers and memorize Pi up to its 20th digit, the day has now gone mainstream and reached those who can only recite up to 3.14159 and just love... read more


DEA May Finally Admit Cannabis is Not Like Heroine

The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) is considering the ramifications of reclassifying cannabis from a Schedule I classification to Schedule 2. There are five possible classification tiers, with Schedule 1 including drugs claimed to be most severe and have links to... read more

Living the High Life

Denver, Colorado is known as the “Mile High City” because of its location one mile above sea level, making it literally, one of the highest major cities in the U.S. High life! The good people of Denver are not only 5,280 feet above sea level, but nearly 20 percent of... read more

World Cannabis Week: Colorado’s Cannabis R(evolution)

In the late summer of 1937, Samuel Caldwell, a 58-year-old unemployed farmhand was arrested his Denver apartment at 17th and Lawrence Streets for possession of three pounds of marijuana. About a month earlier, Congress had effectively criminalized the possession of... read more


Where Do You Get Quality Marijuana Seeds? Cannabasics

Since cannabis is still a Schedule 1 drug, illegal at the federal level, knowing where to get quality marijuana seeds can be a challenge. To add insult to injury, marijuana laws are different in every state which can make the whole process of getting seeds more... read more
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