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Left Hand Finally Gets Some Competition in the Bottled Nitro Beer Category from Utah's Wasatch Brewery

6 years ago by Jonathan Shikes
More than three years after Longmont's Left Hand Brewing became the first U.S. beer-maker to bottle and sell a nitrogenated beer, a second American craft brewer has finally figured out how to do the same. The company, Utah's Wasatch Brewery, just happens to be located in an adjacent state and...
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Best Blog

There is, admittedly, slim competition in this category. Perhaps because they're too busy doing stuff out in the real world, Denverites don't produce an overwhelming number of consistent, competent blogs. But even if the crowd is meager, ColoradoPols stands out, with its constant stream of smart, in-the-know insights into the...
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Heroin and Other Drug Use in Denver: The Brutal Numbers

3 years ago by Michael Roberts
Many different types of Denverites inject heroin and other drugs. But many of them fit within the same general demographic category. In the words of the Harm Reduction Action Center's Lisa Raville, "We have cornered the market on 25-34 year old males."
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Medical marijuana: Petition asks CO Supreme Court to rule state's MMJ laws unconstitutional

11 years ago by Michael Roberts
Governor Bill Ritter signed Colorado's medical marijuana bills into law this past June -- and ever since then, advocacy organizations such as the Cannabis Therapy Institute have challenged many of the legislation's provisions and the regulations being written for them. Now, such arguments have been formalized via a petition to...
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Denver Public Schools' Tom Boasberg delivers good DPS news directly to your e-mail box

10 years ago by Melanie Asmar
The media isn't always interested in good news, says Tom Boasberg, Denver Public Schools' superintendent. "Generally speaking, stories that are more sensational or, in some cases, more negative will tend to attract more media coverage," he says. To offer a different view, Boasberg began a weekly e-mail newsletter called "myDPS"...

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