It’s asked by nearly everyone, friends, professors, advisors, and of course overbearing relatives who start asking over Thanksgiving dinner and well into late April right before the painfully boring graduation commencement speeches are given to the both proud and terrified students that sit in the foldable chairs, which may not be able to hold the weight that rest on their shoulders
Even though the market-base has shifted, much of the advertisements and marketing is targeted towards the stereotypical “frat boy,” with scantily clad women sprawled out on top of pot leafs. Just check out the national ganja magazine’s covers.
As the grandson of the great Bob Marley and son of Stephen Marley, Jo Mersa has been raised with an extremely musical family. He’s coming to Cervantes this month and has a new single and video out, “Rock and Swing,” so we had a chat about it all.
Whether you’re strictly a meat and potatoes person who shuns veggies -- except for tomatoes masquerading as salsa; yes, they exist -- or have no fear of diving into recipes from the French Laundry cookbook, every cook needs a foundation and knowledge of basic spices.
On Saturdays from now until the weekend before Thanksgiving, there will be hoards of people -- 6,000 in Boulder and 2,000 in Longmont, on average -- filling their baskets with beets, honey, greens, tomatoes and more.
Colorado is one of four states that has legalized both medical and recreational use of marijuana, alongside Alaska, Oregon and Washington. Of course, this is not news to those of us that live in the state as dispensaries can be found on almost every block with high foot traffic.
Anthony Grimes is a Denver native, with a lot of passion surrounding his home town. More specifically, he is passionate about the neighborhood he grew up in, and is willing to fight for it’s survival and for the survival of his neighbors.