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Air Force major claims he shot alien in new book, “Strange Craft”

Aliens might not be as immune to humans as we might think they are. This is, anyway, according to Air Force Major George Filer III, an 84-year-old and retiree, in a new book titled “Strange Craft: The True Story of an Air Force Intelligence Officer’s Life with UFOs,” written by John L. Guerra.

In the book, Filer, a...

These UFO videos are real, the US Navy says

UFOs are real. OK, duh, we already knew that but the US Navy is FINALLY agreeing with us.

The US Navy confirmed footage showing UFOs zipping around is indeed real, according to CNN. Of course, they’re not saying what those flying saucers are or even what they think they are but they’re not about to be spewing alien...

Learn more about making marijuana a little bit greener with Sustainability Symposium

No one is saying marijuana is a bad thing – far from it. But, like everything in life we could all learn to make our use of it a little greener.

That’s why we’re excited that the fourth annual Cannabis Sustainability Symposium, put on by the Cannabis Certification Council, is kicking off October 4, in downtown...

U.S. House of Representatives approves banking bill in favor of cannabis industry

In a win for the marijuana industry, the United States House of Representatives just passed a banking bill at the end of September that would open the door for banks to work with cannabis companies without fear of federal prosecution.

“The SAFE Banking Act will help thousands of employees, businesses and communities in...

Rest easy – the NM/CO green chile war is on hold...for now

In perhaps what you could consider the most anti-climatic of events, the famed green chile war between Colorado and New Mexico is at rest. ... For now.

Like they failed to come to a compromise as to which state grows the best green chile, Colorado Governor Jared Polis and New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham...

These southwest Colorado and New Mexico breweries will be painting GABF red

It’s beer festival season – OK, fine, it’s always beer celebratin’ season – and we are, as usual, down for the pours. What we mean by that is Great American Beer Festival is kicking off October, and the beer will be flowin’ aplenty into our cups.

These breweries from southwest Colorado and New Mexico will be hitting the...

Cold War Kids, GWAR, and Dead Floyd coming to a southwest city near you

Fall might be cooling off everything EXCEPT for the October music scene. There is an impressive list of performers coming to the southwest and Four Corners area like GWAR, Cold War Kids, Rascal Flatts, and Dead Floyd. There’s no way we’re missing these concerts and neither should you. Save the date and pack a bag for these...

Get your fill of “Tucker & Dale vs. Evil” at the Telluride Horror Show

Before we get started, we all need to agree on something: Halloween is the best holiday of them all. Period. Know why? Not only do you get dress up as anything from a sexy nurse to Snorlax, but we get to have events like the Telluride Horror Show.

Once referred to as a “smörgåsbord of horror goodness” by Bloody...

Durango just got a little greener: Say hello to The Green House

There’s a new sheriff in town. Well, not exactly, but there is a new dispensary. The Green House has been around for a hot minute in Pagosa Springs, and they’re spreading their green wings and opening up shop in Durango. You can find The Green House at 730 S. Camino Del Rio, just a few parking spaces away from Durango...

Telluride native new Colorado Brewers Guild director

There’s a new Queen B around here in Colorado, and by “B” we mean beer. Queen Beer, to be exact. This week, Shawnee Adelson was named director of the Colorado Brewers Guild just in time for beer season events like Great American Beer Fest and Oktoberfest.

Adelson has served at the organization for four years and the...

Bud Light comes in peace with special edition Area 51 beer

Bud Light isn’t going to let a marketing opportunity like the September 20 Storm Area 51 go by. Oh no. Once booed on the Twitter stage for stating, “We’d like to be the first brand to formally announce that we will not be sponsoring the Area 51 raid,” the beer company has since backed off on its negative stance on aliens....

Did these two bowhunters see aliens in Taos, New Mexico?

Donald Trump believes he is “the chosen one,” child-rapist Roman Polanski won the Grand Jury Prize at the Venice International Film Festival, and now there’s killer slime taking over beaches in France. So, it seems inevitable that an alien race could be closing in on us or, at the very least, they are showing up in Taos, New...

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