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  • CVA Humane Happy Hour
    Humane Lobby Day is March 5
    Once again the Colorado Voters for Animals and the Humane Society of the United States will host Humane Lobby Day on Thursday, March 5, starting at 8:30 AM. This event allows the public who support humane legislation the chance to learn about...
  • Pro Cycling
    Gabe Klein comes to colorado
    Gabe Klein was Commissioner of the Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) from May 16, 2011 to 2013. He visited Colorado to speak at the 2015 Colorado Bike Summit. There were representatives from across the state, including a dozen...
  • Liftopia
    Play hooky with Liftopia and get discount lift tickets
    Liftopia is celebrating the Fourth Annual National Play Hooky and Ski Week (March 2-6) with up to 75 percent off advance purchase lift tickets at more than 250 resorts across North America.Liftopia is also giving away a trip toAspen Snowmassfor...
  • The Colorado senate
    Colorado Senate passes bill to allow concealed carry without permits
    The Republican controlled Senate in Colorado has approved a bill that would allow residents to carry a concealed weapon without a permit. The bill, which passed on Feb. 19 by a 18-17 party line vote, is a blatant shot across the bow to Democrats...
  • A cannabis plant
    Two more marijuana lawsuits filed by prohibitionist groups in Colorado
    Another pair of lawsuits have been filed against the state of Colorado for the legalization of marijuana, this time coming from groups within the state. The lawsuits, filed on Feb. 19, argue that since the drug is still illegal at the federal...
  • Congresswoman DeGette to Snub Israel and Pro-Israeli Constituents
    Congresswoman DeGette to snub Israel and Colorado’s pro-Israel constituents
    Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette’s veiled excuse for snubbing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when he addresses a joint session of the U.S. Congress on March 3rd is so flimsy as to be fully transparent.Her decision is pure,...
  • Marijuana
    Marijuana's 2014 sales numbers reach $700 million in Colorado
    Colorado is seeing unprecedented economic boom times right now, and a lot of it is fueled by the fastest growing industry in the nation: Marijuana. 2014 saw unprecedented growth in pot sales, both recreational and medical, to the tune of some $700...
  • Setting a clock back
    Ballot initiative would put Colorado on Daylight Savings Time year round
    Changing all of the clocks in our homes, offices, and cars is a semi-annual ritual that most people dread every time it happens. The shift disrupts sleeps schedules, negatively impacts peoples’ health, and is just an all around pain in the...
  • 2015 International Snow Sculpting Championships in Breckenridge, Colorado
    2015 International Snow Sculpting Championships in Breckenridge, CO
    Well, the teams that competed at the 2015 International Snow Sculpting Championships in Breckenridge, Colorado are gone now. But, their temporary works of snow art will live on in the thousands of photos that were taken over the course of a few...
  • Sunlight Mountain Resort- Colorado
    Ski List: 5 highlights of Sunlight Mountain Resort
    Destination travelers tend to pass by Sunlight Mountain Resort on the way to the much more famous Aspen Mountain. A stop at the down-home ski area, however, can offer a much different experience than tony Aspen.For starters, more skiers are likely...
  • Winter Park opens Cirque Territory for the season
    Winter Park opens Cirque Territory for the season
    Heading into the popular Presidents Day weekend, Winter Park Resort in Colorado opened the Cirque Territory to the public on Wednesday. The expansive 399-acre section of expert terrain was open for limited directive skiing during the past weekend....
  • Pike's Peak view
    Unique Valentine's Day activities in Colorado
    It's Valentine's Day in Colorado. You and your sweetheart are tired of the old routine. Candlelight dinners, chocolates and proposals are nice. Yet, you're thinking there must be something more original you can do. One thing Colorado...
  • Red Rock Canyon
    Sunday social rides begin
    Sunday Social Rides for the Colorado Springs Cycling Club are in full effect for 2015. These guys and gals are living proof that life gets better as you get older.Charlie Czarniecki is the club's president and he has much to brag about in 2014...
  • Marijuana plant
    Marijuana creates bipartisanship on how to screw taxpayers
    Colorado’s legal marijuana has been one of the state’s most successful policy decisions in recent history. In fact, it has been so successful that both Republican and Democrat lawmakers have found common ground with the latest issue...
  • Rocky Flats
    Plans for fires at radioactive Rocky Flats worry Colorado residents
    Federal officials are planning to use controlled fires to help clean up the overgrowth on 701 acres of the Rocky Flats Wildlife Refuge, there's just one small problem with the plan. Rocky Flats wasn't always an inconspicuous wildlife...