Denver is the first city in the country to “vote yes” to decriminalize magic mushrooms. Continue reading DENVER IS THE FIRST U.S. CITY TO DECRIMINALIZE MAGIC MUSHROOMS
Entrepreneurs did it for burgers and beer, coffee and daiquiris. So, it was just a matter of time before they did it for marijuana.
That is, offer it for sale at a drive-through.
Elizabeth* is 35. She grew up in the South, currently lives in Brooklyn, and has been married for two years. After a previous miscarriage at 10 weeks, she was overjoyed to find herself pregnant for a second time. At 31 weeks, she found out that the baby boy she was carrying wouldn’t be able to breathe outside the womb and would not survive. And at 32 weeks, she flew to Colorado to get a shot that would start the process of a third-trimester abortion; she then flew back to New York to finish the delivery. We talked on the phone two weeks into her recovery.
The high plains of eastern Colorado would seem an unlikely place to hear the roar of African lions, the growls of Kodiak bears, or the snarling of Bengal tigers. But a refuge in the small town of Keenesburg has brought together one of the largest and most unusual collections of wild predators anywhere in the country, possibly the world.