420 Specific

This 4/20, we want to celebrate the huge strides that have been made in the legal cannabis industry.

Is a red, yellow and green Jamaican tie-dye T-shirt a fashion faux pas on 4/20?

It’s not just companies from the liberal enclaves of California and Vermont who are partaking in 4/20 marketing campaigns. It’s also big, mainstream brands, such as Pepsi, Chipotle, Burger King and Denny’s, all of whom have alluded to 4/20 on social media in previous years.

Denverites take pride in their city. That’s why the controversy surrounding the annual 4/20 event in downtown’s Civic Center Park strikes such a contentious chord with so many people here. 

Free “tipsy tow” services will be available Friday during California’s first 4/20 cannabis celebration with legalized recreational marijuana, according to AAA.

While basement chemists and chefs continue to elaborate on edibles, the market is looking toward “drinkables” as the next frontier in catching a high.

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