DEA Allows Study of Cannabis for PTSD

For the first time in its history, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) has said “yes” to drugs. by Holly Highlife Last month the agency approved the use of actual marijuana plants to study its ability […]


Margarita Mayhem

by Gretchen Gaede The delicious, refreshing, versatile and occasionally mind-altering concoction that is the margarita has been a popular drink for ages, but as of late it has become the crown jewel at bars and […]


Biking with Baby

by Doug Usher When my daughter was born, one of the things I was most excited about was our first bike ride together. Knowing this, my mother bought us a bike trailer for our baby […]

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Edibles for the Sleep Deprived

By Holly Highlife Before Amendment 64, Renee Baker’s life was a restless mess. The busy forty-something businesswoman was a chronic insomniac chasing sleep in any way she could. In her search for shut-eye, Renee self-medicated […]


Juli y Juan – New Chefs on the NoCo Scene

By Sarah Marie Beck Juli and Juan are a dynamic duo, in life and the kitchen. Juliana Trujillo (“Juli”), Chef and Food Artist of the duo’s endeavor, Juli y Juan, has already done things in […]


Bike Share!

By Doug Usher The Bike Library has long been a staple of Fort Collins. But, as of April 2016, the program is changing directions, aimed at increasing accessibility of bikes for both residents and visitors […]


Beer Fiesta!

By Doug Usher With Cinco de Mayo around the corner, it’s likely you’re either planning a gathering or going to one. While you might enjoy imbibing in some of the traditional Mexican imports, if you’re […]