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A Week In Columbus, OH, On A $52,500 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Calling all entrepreneurs: We want to hear from you! If you’re a freelancer or self-employed, we’d love to feature your Money Diary. Submit here.Calling all queers! It’s almost Pride Month and we want to amplify the voices of LGBTQIA++ people. If you're a me...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hbo, Etsy, Chicago, Netflix, Idaho, Columbus, Denver, Light Rail, Mediterranean, Luna, Pacifica, Caesar, Maybelline, Mile High City


Denver Becomes First US City To Decriminalize Psychedelic Mushrooms

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Reason: In a surprise turn of events, a Denver ballot initiative to effectively decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms, previously thought to have failed, now appears to have narrowly passed after all. This would make the Mile High City the first in the U.S. to decriminalize psilocybin. If the unofficial final tally holds, Denver law enforcement will be directed to treat psychedelic mushrooms owned for personal possession as the lowest enforcement priority. ...
Tags: Tech, Denver, Denver Post, Mile High City, Denver Becomes First US, Denver Elections, Jacob Sullem


Denver decriminalizes 'magic mushrooms' in historic vote

Voters in the Mile High City have decriminalized “magic mushrooms” by the slimmest of margins            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Usa Today, Denver, Mile High City


The Latest: Broncos take Missouri QB Drew Lock at No. 42

Denver, pretty much searching for its guy since Peyton Manning retired, took Missouri's Drew Lock with the 42nd spot. Lock had been projected by some to wind up in the Mile High City, but in the opening round.            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Peyton Manning, Ap, Missouri, Denver, Broncos, Mile High City


Where to celebrate Pride in the US

Since the inception of the pride parade, no year has ever mattered quite as much as 2019. This is because exactly 50 years ago, the Stonewall Riots, one of the most pivotal events in LGBTQ culture, occurred in New York City. So, this year, to commemorate this culturally and historically important moment, every pride parade across the nation is promising to provide entertainment that is bigger and better than ever. In order to take advantage of this historical moment, we’ve gathered a list of...
Tags: Travel, Europe, California, Washington, Boston, Lgbt, Milwaukee, New York City, US, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Chicago, Austin, Brooklyn


10 Cheapest Destinations for Flights in June, July, August

Looking for a vacation deal or nicely-priced getaway for June, July or August? Check out our list of cheapest destinations in the U.S., Europe and beyond; not only are these cities good values, they're great fun and some have the additional virtue of being stunningly beautiful year-round. Note: Some destinations may not be cheap for everyone, and they may not stay cheap for long but for the moment these cities are good deals from the U.S. and a number of other nations, too. You can also see ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, London, Disney, Rome, Ireland, Miami, Buckingham Palace, Eiffel Tower, Dublin, Tate Modern, Shakespeare, Tower Bridge, Denver, Orlando, Yucatan Peninsula


Best cocktail bars in Denver

Denver is a wonderful city to visit for many reasons. It’s beautiful, it has some of the best recreational cannabis dispensaries in the US, and it has an excellent restaurant and bar scene. Over the past few years, it’s also become a destination-worthy cocktail city. Along with classic bars that have been around since Prohibition, it seems like a new cocktail haunt is opening every other week in Denver. The city’s cocktail community is tightly knit, and it’s clear that there is a lot of suppo...
Tags: Travel, California, US, America, Manhattan, Cocktails, Denver, Churchill, All, Chet Baker, Bacardi, Denver Colorado, Mile High City, Ellie, LoDo, Oxford Hotel


4/20 alert: Carl’s Jr. tests CBD burger on April 20 in Colorado that costs $4.20

April 20, also known as Weed Day, is not as mainstream as, say, Pi Day when it comes to big retail promotions. Carl’s Jr., however, has decided to go there this Saturday with its CheeseBurger Delight. It features the cannabis extract CBD oil (Cannabidiol) and is available in only one restaurant in Colorado. CBD oil does not get the user high. The burger will feature two beef patties topped with “Carl’s Jr. signature Santa Fe Sauce infused with hemp-based CBD oil,” according to a news release. Ot...
Tags: Colorado, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Fast Food, Nashville, Cbd, National Restaurant Association, Anaheim, Carl, Jr, Mile High City, Pechanga Resort Casino, Del Taco, Carl s Jr, Santa Fe Sauce


The Calgary Flames Have More To Give

from Wes Gilbertson of the Calgary Sun, He might be the exception. Otherwise, Mike Smith nailed it. “I don’t think we have played our best hockey yet,” said the Calgary Flames’ starting (and suddenly starring) netminder after Saturday’s 3-2 overtime loss to the Colorado Avalanche at the Saddledome, a result that evens their best-of-seven playoff series at one win apiece. “I think everyone in here will tell you the same thing. I think we were a little tentative tonight. We were...
Tags: Sport, Calgary, Mike Smith, Colorado Avalanche, Nathan MacKinnon, Mile High City, Wes Gilbertson


Coyotes Weekly: Season on Life Support

After suffering a brutal home loss to the 30th-place Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday evening in Glendale, the Arizona Coyotes are on the brink of elimination from playoff contention. They’ll need a miracle over the final two games in order to qualify for the postseason. We’ll get to the specifics later, but let’s take a look back at last week’s action first: Coyotes Week in Review After a huge 1-0 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on home ice back on Mar. 26, the Coyotes got back to wo...
Tags: Column, Usa, Minnesota, Colorado, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Ap, Glendale, Arizona, Kings, Dallas, Vancouver, Las Vegas, Hockey, NHL


Traveling to Denver for the Month of Photography 2019

  There was a time, years ago, when I wrote travel pieces in the column. I regaled with tales of cities near and far. I also reviewed photography exhibitions, and for years I interviewed photo industry types, transcribed them myself, (yes, it was laborious,) and shared lightly-edited-long-reads with you, our loyal audience. That this column has evolved into mostly book reviews, with a few portfolio review stories sprinkled in is mostly a function of habit, and the fact that I am a much busier pe...
Tags: Europe, Photography, Colorado, California, US, America, Chicago, Dave, New Jersey, Portland, Willie Nelson, New Mexico, Boulder, Air Force, Denver, Lowry


Coyotes Weekly: Fighting for Their Playoff Lives

After finishing a four-game losing streak with a 0-2-2 record, things were looking grim for the Arizona Coyotes. They had lost a three-point playoff cushion they had enjoyed just a few days earlier, and saw the Colorado Avalanche leapfrog them in the standings. However, after a huge shutout victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday night at Gila River Arena, the Coyotes once again find themselves alive and well in the Western Conference playoff race, with two massive games against other ...
Tags: Column, Florida, Usa, New York, Minnesota, Colorado, NYC, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, West, Glendale, New Jersey, Arizona, Kings


Sharon Van Etten Manages to Do Everything Well These Days

"One of these days, I'm gonna walk up to the mic, and my voice just is not gonna be there," innovative indie artist Sharon Van Etten mused almost an hour into her 75-minute set on February 18 at the Gothic Theatre, just a few miles south of Downtown Denver on Broadway. "I'm glad it's not today." For that, all of us can be grateful. Van Etten, who gave a pulsating performance on a cold winter's night when temperatures hovered just below 20 degrees in the Mile High City, had just completed h...
Tags: Music, Review, New York City, New Jersey, Broadway, Jupiter, Malibu, Folk, Sharon Van Etten, Indie Rock, Downtown Denver, Mile High City, Sinead O Connor, Tarifa, Serpents, Van Etten


Jets Slumping at Worst Possible Time

One often hears, from NHL players, coaches, and media, about the importance of heading into playoffs on the right foot. Indeed, reaching peak performance at the right time and entering the postseason with confidence are paramount for any team entertaining notions of hosting pro hockey’s top prize. Therefore, it’s not ideal that Winnipeg Jets’ head coach Paul Maurice, over the past few weeks as what’s supposed to be a deep Stanley Cup Run inches ever-closer, has described his team’s play as...
Tags: Twitter, Colorado, Sport, Jets, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Canadiens, Patrik Laine, Colorado Avalanche, Winnipeg Jets, Connor Hellebuyck, Blake Wheeler, San Jose Sharks Joe Pavelski, Maurice, Phillip Danault


How will Denver change if it decriminalizes magic mushrooms?

In May, Denver will vote on whether or not to decriminalize magic mushrooms.In addition to their ability to combat depression and anxiety, magic mushrooms can also affect people's perspective, including their political positions.If Denverites begin to use more magic mushrooms, how will this change their community? None The Mile-High City might be about to get a bit higher. In May, the citizens of Denver, Colorado, will vote on whether or not to decriminalize magic mushrooms, the colloquial name ...
Tags: Psychology, Colorado, US, Mental Health, Depression, Innovation, Consciousness, Magic, Denver, Denver Colorado, Mile High City, Gerald Heard


Ex-Warriors guard Nick Young waived by Nuggets after four games

Ex-Warriors guard Nick Young waived by Nuggets after four games originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com It's the end of an era in the Mile High City. The Nuggets waived shooting guard Nick Young on Sunday, the team announced. He lasted only four games in Denver.
Tags: News, Denver Nuggets, Nick Young, Nuggets, Mile High City


Daddy’s Hangout 2018 NFL Week 17 Prediction

Welcome to Week 17 and the final weekend of the NFL regular season. Despite the playoffs starting net week, there’s so much that need to be sorted out. In the AFC, the only division that has been settled is the NFC East with New England taking it. With the Ravens on a roll and the Steelers losing to the Saints, Baltimore control their own destiny in the AFC North. The Houston Texans can wrap up the AFC South with a win, but the Titans and Colts play for the final playoff spot and potential...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Washington, Football, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders, NFL, Raiders, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Indianapolis, Chicago, Tennessee, Steelers


Lakers blown out in Denver; Lonzo Ball injures ankle

Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma passes the ball during the first half of Tuesday’s game against the Nuggets in Denver. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James, left, picks up a loose ball as Denver Nuggets forward Mason Plumlee pursues during the first half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018, in Denver. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds DENVER, CO – NOVEMBER 27: Brandon Ingram #14 of the Los Angeles Lakers pu...
Tags: Sports, Denver Nuggets, Sport, Indiana, Soccer, Nba, Dallas, Lebron James, Orlando Magic, Denver, Los Angeles Lakers, Michael Malone, Rajon Rondo, Usc, Ball, James


Dean Ween to Open Pot-Friendly Music Venue in Denver (Report)

Alt-rocker Dean Ween is about to take the Mile-High City even higher. The founder of the eponymous band with “brother” Gene Ween plans to open a marijuana-friendly concert venue in Denver dubbed Dean Ween’s Honeypot Lounge right near Coors Field, according to a report in the Denver Post. The proposed venue’s COO Michael Polansky announced […]
Tags: News, Denver, Denver Post, Mile High City, Coors Field, Dean Ween, Gene Ween, Michael Polansky


36 Hours: 36 Hours in Denver

A weekend in the Mile High City offers something for everyone: a flourishing restaurant scene, microbreweries, miles of trails for skiers and bikers alike, and a vibrant street art movement.
Tags: News, Denver, Mile High City, Travel and Vacations, Denver (Colo


How Chipotle is speeding up fast casual dining

The new leaders of Chipotle Mexican Grill aim to take the company back to the future. In the midst of a move from Denver to Newport Beach, the company turned to its roots in the Mile High City for its latest advertising campaign, “For Real.” Chipotle built its reputation on fresh, healthy ingredients since the first restaurant opened in 1993. The “For Real” campaign is based on the premise that Chipotle dishes are made with a “very short list of 51 ingredients,” and they all have common names li...
Tags: Colorado, California, Digital, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Fast Food, Starbucks, Orange County, Chipotle, Denver, Kfc, Southern California, Pomona, Dunkin Donuts, Chipotle Mexican Grill


How Nate Armstrong Recommends Raising Rent Prices Efficiently

Raising rent for tenants is one of the sensitive topics that most landlords dislike. It can create a situation where tenants may feel blindsided by the unforeseen increase in costs. Nevertheless, property owners are often forced to raise the rent in order to keep up with the rising standard of living. For instance, supplies and overhead expenses are climbing every year. As a consequence, landlords will lose more of their revenues. Given their business-oriented mindset, it’s completely understan...
Tags: Real Estate, Colorado, Sales, Tax, United States, Property, Rent, Denver, Mile High City, Nate Armstrong


Seattle Times experts and celebrity guesser Edouardo Jordan make their Seahawks-Broncos predictions

Who do you got in the Seahawks' season opener? Seattle hits the road to the Mile High City for a Super Bowl XLVIII rematch with the Broncos. Here's what Bob Condotta, Mike Vorel, Larry Stone, Matt Calkins and celebrity guesser chef Edouardo Jordan, of JuneBaby and Salare, are picking.
Tags: News, Sports, Seattle, Seahawks, Broncos, Seattle Times, Mile High City, Edouardo Jordan, Seahawks Broncos, Bob Condotta Mike Vorel Larry Stone Matt Calkins


Wheeler’s New Deal in Central Division Context

NHL teams expect a lot out of the player who dons their “C.” Captains are not only expected to produce on the ice, but are also expected to help their teammates achieve their potential, make sure the team is tight-knit off the ice, mentor young players and teach them how to act professionally, be the face of the team and a good ambassador out in the community, among many other things. Simply put, a captain is a team’s most important player. The Winnipeg Jets’ Blake Wheeler, who recently signed a...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Wheeler, Blues, Jets, Hockey, NHL, Chicago Blackhawks, Minnesota Wild, Dallas Stars, Central Division, Blackhawks, Nashville Predators, Sporting News, Colorado Avalanche, Ron Chenoy


These Are The 8 Most Photogenic Cities In The US. Do You Agree?

So we made a list (and checked it twice) and decided these are the 8 most photogenic cities in the US. Of course, like anything subjective, this is up for debate and we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments below. So why pick US cities, well, the United States is one of the most diverse countries in the world not only when it comes to culture but also in terms of landscapes and architecture. There are major urban areas, smaller romantic cities with a fairy-tale vibe as well as wild nature...
Tags: Photography, New York, Washington, Oregon, US, Georgia, United States, Portland, New Orleans, States, West Coast, Seattle, Pacific Ocean, Denver, South Carolina, Outdoor Photography


Bouldering, butterfly yoga and vegan barbecue: a wellbeing trip in Colorado

From outdoor activities, high-altitude exercising and every ilk of yoga class to virtuous eating and fitness-focused shopping, here’s where to get in on the action in America’s healthiest stateLong before Colorado became home to more winter Olympians than any other US state, it was a place of pilgrimage for fitness, health and wellness obsessives from across the globe. In the late 19th century, patients suffering from all manner of health issues flocked to Denver and the Rocky Mountains, lauding...
Tags: Colorado, US, America, Denver, Aspen, Rocky Mountains, Colorado Springs, Mile High City, Vail Colorado, Denver Boulder


48 hours in Denver: how to spend a weekend in the mile high city

From biking, hiking and high-altitude running to sleeping, eating and hitting cocktail hour in style – insider intel on the Colorado capital’s attractionsSome used to consider Denver a small town stopover en route to the glamour of Aspen and Vail, but recent years have seen Colorado’s capital emerge as a destination in its own right. Smart city planning has made Denver more accessible than ever. Urban bike trails connect downtown to outer neighbourhoods and the new light rail whisks travellers f...
Tags: Colorado, America, Vail, Denver, Colorado Rockies, Aspen, Denver International Airport, Mile High City, Coors Field


Headline shows: the seven greatest music venues in the US

From Madison Square Garden out east to the west’s Hollywood Bowl, via New Orleans blues bars and secret Joshua Tree saloons, visit the most important musical addresses in the USConsidering its totemic role in the creation of virtually every form of popular music we listen to today – from hip-hop, R&B and soul to house, hardcore punk and good, plain old classic rock – it should come as a surprise to no one that the US is home to a huge share of the world’s most storied music venues.Some of them a...
Tags: New York, US, Atlanta, New Orleans, Cbgb, Madison Square Garden, Joshua, Hollywood Bowl, Mile High City, Bronx Brooklyn Compton


Denver on tap: are these the best brews in the US?

Artisan ale lovers, hop to it: with dozens upon dozens of top breweries and an annual beer fest to boot, Denver’s craft beer scene is the toast of the country. Aaron Millar lists his favourite watering holesDenver is known as the “Napa Valley of Beer” for good reason: more hoppy delights are brewed here than anywhere else in the country. Add to that five gold medals at this year’s World Beer Cup Awards (or the Olympics of brewing, as it’s known), more than 100 artisan tap rooms, and the simple f...
Tags: US, Denver, Napa Valley, Mile High City, Aaron Millar


Denver nuggets: where to eat and drink in Colorado’s capital

From the best pizza to the finest brewpubs, if there’s a restaurant or bar worth knowing in the Mile High City then chances are that local food doyen Kade Gianinetti has tried it out. Arrive hungry for these top Denver platesKade Gianinetti’s business card is running out of room. Since co-launching coffee company Method Roasters in 2013, the gourmet-entrepreneur has opened food truck-turned-LoHi-hotspot American Grind, two bars (the Way Back and Wayward) and the recently opened daytime diner, We...
Tags: Colorado, Denver, Mile High City, Wendell, Kade Gianinetti, Gianinetti, Method Roasters