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Some dude is claiming he found Forrest Fenn’s treasure

In what hopefully proves to be the final twist in the tale of the Forrest Fenn treasure, after months of anonymity, a Michigan man is claiming that he was the finder of the hidden chest.

A grandson of recently deceased Forrest Fenn has confirmed that Jack Stuef, a Michigan medical school student, discovered the treasure...

Neither here nor there: Monoliths appearing and disappearing all over the planet is freaking people out

While the mysterious monolith dropped in the middle of the Utah desert is now gone, it lives on in the imaginations of bored people everywhere.

Confused? So is everybody else.

In November, a strange silver monolith was found in the Utah desert. No one knew where it came from or how it got there. The structure was...

Mysterious drones and buried treasure

If you haven’t noticed, 2020 has been a weird year: it’s been stressfully contentious, horribly unlucky, and has brought out both the best and worst in people. If you haven’t noticed any of these things, we highly recommend that you crawl back under the rock from whence you came. Trust us. Ignorance is bliss.

If you are...

Checking for signs of Durango at Boulder’s Ska Street Brewstillery

One of the biggest disappointments of 2020 was all the restaurants, breweries, and events we missed out on. At the top of our list this year has been Ska Brewery Co.’s new Boulder location, Ska Street Brewstillery.

The new brewstillery, which opened in March 2020, is a hybrid company that offers Ska beers and Peach...

Patagonia and CO farmers starting hemp farm in San Luis Valley

As Patagonia is the outdoor hipster of clothing labels, is it any surprise that they’re going to start growing hemp in Colorado for their materials?

Patagonia is partnering with the State of Colorado to start growing hemp in the San Luis Valley, according to Westword. The partnership is a result of Governor Jared...

Civil War statue at CO state capitol to be switched out for sculpture honoring Native Americans

One of the more memorable events of Colorado’s Black Lives Matter movement was the toppling of the state capitol’s statue of a Civil War soldier honoring Union soldiers. Now, Colorado officials are replacing the fallen statue with one of a Native American woman.

The new sculpture will memorialize the Sand Creek Massacre...

New CO In-N-Out burger locations inspire 14-hour waits and pantsless fights

What would you do for a Klondike bar, er, In-N-Out burger?

For some Coloradans, they would be willing to wait 14 hours for the California-based chain fast food. For other Coloradans, they would be willing to wait 14 hours AND get into a pantsless fight. Who are we to judge?

But let’s back up a bit. On November...

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,...

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,...

Welcome to Weedville, population: these CO towns that voted to make changes to retail pot

To say that 2020 is one for the history books is an understatement, but we like to celebrate the small wins, too — even if it’s a town of 3,000 voting to allow medical and recreational marijuana sales in their community. Welcome to Weedville, folks!

With a few exceptions, these are the Colorado towns that voted on (and...

COVID-19 might be stopping a lot, but it’s not stopping not the Grow-Off competition

Times are tough but the cannabis industry is tougher, and Grow-Off founders Sam Taylor and Jake Browne are proving it.

Based in Colorado, Grow-Off is a competition between states’ best cannabis growers, and, despite COVID-19, Taylor and Browne are pushing forward with it. This year’s winners were announced October 24...

Show creator gives an Unsolved Mysteries, season one update on cold cases

It was a spring night on April 3, 2004, when Alonzo Brooks, 23, went to a party with three friends in La Cygne, Kansas. He was one of three Black men at the party of about 100 people. Later that night, his friends left the party without Brooks. The next day, however, Brooks was still not home and was reported missing. A month...

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