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We’ll take you to the (Denver) mushroom shop

Nearly two years after Denver decriminalized psilocybin, a mushroom shop has sprouted up a storefront in one of the Mile High City’s most popular neighborhoods, RiNo.

Lion’s Mane, owned by life partners Tatiana Chandee and Matt Swift, offers supplies, books, and support to all fungal fans, whether they be hobbyists,...


“Let Him Go” is one of the nicer surprises to come out of Hollywood in 2020

The first movie to hit audiences at the tail end of the US presidential election has nothing to do with politics but is in actuality an eerie period drama with acting vets Diane Lane and Kevin Costner. Thomas Bezucha’s “Let Him Go,” based on a 2013 novel of the same title by Larry Watson, is only a little bit misleading based...

Arts & Entertainment

Let’s work our way through the entire orgasm

This is the time of year when I offer adult sex ed classes. In this new pandemic world, when putting any number of us in a room together is a portent of doom, I am resigned to offer up some of this knowledge via pen and paper. This is hardly sufficient and I’ll barely scrape the surface on favorite topics but alas, it is the...

Sex & Love

Avoiding the wave of post-election complacency

IT. IS. OVER! Joe Biden is our President-elect and Kamala Harris is our first woman, Vice President-elect.

Celebrate that giant weight removed from our shoulders. Take a deep breath and exhale all that pent up stress.


How was that?...


Edible review: Muncheez juicy fruit gummies

Listen dear readers: there’s getting high and then there’s getting so high you put your vape pen in your toothbrush holder. Well, maybe I should be (but, I’m not) ashamed to admit that Muncheez juicy fruit gummies got me there this week.

Have I sold you on it yet? Let’s get into it a little deeper.

Muncheez, a new...


Three comedic films for a stay-at-home for the holidays Thanksgiving

Let’s face it. There’s less incentive to head home for Thanksgiving this year than any other year in recent memory.

Can you imagine sitting around a table, trying to enjoy a holiday meal with your worst relatives — the ones with bad takes on who won the election, the state of race relations in America, and whether or...

Arts & Entertainment

Judging by marijuana sales alone, the year 2020 was a stressful one

We don’t mean to beat a dead horse, but 2020 has been a stressful year. If you don’t believe us, all you have to do is take a look at Colorado’s marijuana sales which increased exponentially over 2019 and during the week of the 2020 presidential election.

According to the state Department of Revenue, in September,...


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