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The Colo. and N.M. BIPOC breweries making beer you should be sippin’ on this summer

It’s far past due that we pay attention to and patronize Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) owned goods and businesses.

Beer, in particular, is a DGO Mag staple and we feel it necessary to remind y’all of all the delicious brews we have here in the Southwest that just happen to be owned and made by...

For real or fake: Authenticity over Forrest Fenn treasure discovery continues

After an infamous treasure chest was allegedly found in June, the very important controversy over whether the Forrest Fenn treasure was actually discovered is continuing to unfold after photos of the cache were released.

In case you’re new to the world of treasure hunting, welcome to the adult version of “The Goonies”!...

X marks the spot: Forrest Fenn treasure found in the Rocky Mountains

After at least five deaths, hundreds of thousands of hours of manpower, and a few lives ruined, the Forrest Fenn treasure chest was finally found in the Rocky Mountains.

What was so great about the treasure chest that it could inspire the dismal boulevard of broken dreams of hundreds of thousands of people? Apparently,...

Ghost sightings have increased now that everyone’s stuck at home

Just because people are social distancing doesn’t mean visitors from the other side got the message nor necessarily care.

In fact, there seems to be an uptick in reported paranormal sightings. The New York Times reported on stories from across the country of people relaying their increased experiences with the...

What to expect for Great American Beer Fest 2020 during COVID-19

We would be lying to you if we said the Great American Beer Festival wasn’t our favorite time of year, so we won’t say that. What we will say is that while we understand the plight of the nation’s largest craft beer festival, we are completely bummed about the (well-warranted) redirection of the 2020 GABF. Thanks, COVID-19,...

Parts of Colorado could soon see an expansion of marijuana hospitality legislation

While most things have stalled out due to COVID-19, Denver is considering taking a step toward expanding its marijuana hospitality industry to support things like marijuana lounges and other in-person cannabis experiences.

While weed hospitality wasn’t legal statewide until 2020, Denver’s program, Initiative 300, was...

Drinking more booze during quarantine?

“They don’t call it THC for nothing...The Hangover Cure,” a Reddit user once posted in a thread titled “Anybody Else Find Weed Super Useful for a Hangover?”

Aside from being a goldmine of great quotes, Reddit offers a bountiful harvest of information on important topics like how weed is a great way to cure that gnarly...

Weird weed: The strangest strain names

One of the best parts of the weed industry is hearing all the creative names people come up with when developing new strains. There are strains named after musicians, celebrities, as well as plenty of puns — there’s plenty of weirdness out there.

During our time of covering weed, we’ve come across plenty of strange...

These Colorado cold case murders were solved using genetic genealogy

Warning: This story includes descriptions of violence and sexual assault against women and children.“Hi. I’m Linda O’Keefe (or Linda ANN O’Keefe, if I’m in trouble with my mom). Forty-five years ago today, I disappeared from Newport Beach. I was murdered and my body was found in the Back...

Five true-crime podcasts to put on your radar this summer

These days, it seems nearly impossible to keep up with the thousands of podcasts that continue popping up. Since podcasts are especially popular among true-crime fans, it can feel like mystery Whac-A-Mole galore. We feel it too and thus have narrowed down the search for some truly harrowing podcasts that have recently made...

Joe Exotic’s infamous tigers are now chilling in Colorado

Right about now it’s fair to say we’re all living under a proverbial rock while void of social interaction. But, if at this point you haven’t heard of Netflix’s docuseries “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness,” you’re living under a rock, under a rock — and maybe even another rock.

In any case, “Tiger King” is the...

Cure your self-quarantine boredom with these virtual cannabis hangouts and classes

One of the worst parts of social distancing and quarantine during COVID-19 is the boredom. OK, it’s definitely not worse than the economic spiral or the death toll that coronavirus has inflicted, but it’s up there.

Right now would be the perfect time to invest in some new interests and connections, particularly in the...

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