Conductor: Pot-Sponsored Concert At Red Rocks Will Be ‘Very Imaginative

This Saturday, the full orchestra heads to Red Rocks Amphitheatre for another performance sponsored by marijuana-related companies. This time the audience will be thousands, rather than hundreds, of fans.

COLORADO: The Colorado Symphony’s “Classically Cannabis” concerts made international headlines earlier this year when the orchestra partnered with marijuana-related sponsors. The invitation-only events featured small-ensemble performances where audiences could consume marijuana on a private patio. This Saturday, the full orchestra heads to Red Rocks Amphitheatre for another performance sponsored by marijuana-related companies. This time the audience will be thousands, rather than Read the full article…

June Was Best Month Yet For Colorado Marijuana Sales

The Wichita City Council will vote at its next meeting to put the issue on the ballot or not.

COLORADO: New marijuana tax records from Colorado show June was the best-selling month yet for the state’s recreational pot experiment, with $24.7 million in total sales. The numbers released by the Department of Revenue also show recreational pot inching toward medical pot in total sales. In January, Colorado’s statewide sales tax on medical pot produced nearly Read the full article…

Colorado Marijuana Tax Revenues Total $3.2 Million In February

Up to four people were reportedly handcuffed by police all of them “out-of-towers,” who may themselves have been undercover police according to some eyewitnesses on the scene. Patrons reported noticing a couple of “older gentlemen” scoping out the club earlier in the evening with cameras.

COLORADO: Tax revenues from Colorado’s sales of medical and recreational marijuana in February increased from the previous month, according to figures released Wednesday by the state. Colorado collected $3.2 million in February, below the state’s projection of $3.7 million but slightly above above the $2.9 million it gathered in January. In February, Colorado collected $1.43 million Read the full article…

Reefer Sadness: You can smoke it, but you can't buy it

Mayor Michael Hancock and Denver City Council don't want to even smell marijuana.

WASHINGTON: Colorado and Washington state have both legalized the use and possession of small amounts of marijuana — but while a majority of voters supported the change at the polls last year, there is currently no outright legal way to buy non-medical marijuana.