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The city of Denver would like to remind you it’s illegal to smoke pot at 420 fest

After a social media post promoting Denver’s signature Mile High 420 Fest sparked backlash among locals, the city of Denver took to its official accounts Tuesday to remind tokers that smoking weed in public is against the law. This post, published April 18, sparked backlash among parents and youth advocates, who said it aimed to welcome kids at the all-ages Mile High 420 Fest. The original post published by the city and county of Denver on Monday encouraged Denverites to “fight the stigma surrounding marijuana and celebrate the booming cannabis industry here in Colorado!” That didn’t sit well with parents and youth advocates, who noted the Mile High 420 Fest is open to all ages and suggested the post was also inviting kids to join the party, which has historically turned a blind eye open c...

Method Man announces new cannabis edibles, concentrates in time for 420 concert in Denver

When Method Man came to Colorado to perform with Wu-Tang Clan at Red Rocks Amphitheatre last August, the rapper and actor debuted an original line of cannabis flower that had fans lighting up with excitement. Method Man returned this week for two concerts, including a performance Wednesday at the stoner-focused 420 on the Rocks, bringing another smokeable announcement with him. Method Man is collaborating with two local companies to release TICAL edibles and several concentrates in the coming months. That includes three kinds of gummies with Dialed In, recently named the top cannabis brand to watch in Colorado by analytics firm BDSA, and three concentrate products with Soiku Bano, the best rosin manufacturer in Denver, according to Westword. Both companies are working with Vera Cultivation...

Method Man brings cannabis line to Colorado just in time for Wu-Tang’s Red Rocks show

Provided by TICALWu-Tang Clan member Method Man is debuting three strains of marijuana flower in Colorado in August — just in time for the group’s performance at Red Rock Amphitheatre. The rapper’s TICAL brand includes Sweet Grease, Free MAC and Orange Cookie Kush flower. (Provided by TICAL) Rapper Method Man is debuting a line of cannabis flower in Colorado just as he is making a trip to the Rocky Mountains for a string of concerts. Method Man partnered with Boulder-based Vera Cultivation to grow three strains — Sweet Grease, Free MAC and Orange Cookie Kush — under the artist’s TICAL brand, which locals can buy starting Friday. That’s the same day Wu-Tang Clan hits Red Rocks Amphitheatre backed by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, with support from Outkast rapper Big Boi. Read the rest of ...

20 things to do in Denver during All-Star weekend

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10 ways to celebrate 4/20 in Colorado, including free food, virtual events and more

Published: Apr 15, 2021, 3:35 pm • Updated: Apr 15, 2021, 3:40 pm By Tiney Ricciardi Get lit this April 20th with virtual smoke parties, cannabis recipes, dispensary deals, free food truck meals for your munchies and more. Read the rest of this story on TheKnow.DenverPost.com.

Western fashion, cannabis and plant love: Colorado trends that went big in 2020

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14 virtual 4/20 parties from online concerts to workshops to celebrate the marijuana holiday

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Denver’s annual 4/20 cannabis festival canceled due to coronavirus

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