The Vape Lounge posted an advertisement online, which advertised an event that charged admission, on the second Saturday of every month. The lounge is closed off to the public and people must RSVP ahead of the event and attend an orientation that same night. Johnson said he's responding to high demand in the community. However, for Daniel Goodman, who's the owner of the Dab Lounge, he said it's a black eye to the cannabis community.
It looked like two entirely different seasons, as outdoor enthusiast Elizabeth Barber showed slides of her hiking in sunny weather, as well as several feet of snow. But both the pictures were taken on the same day, while Barber was making her way up the Barr Trail. "I've seen this happen, especially on Barr trail--where people think 'oh the weather's wonderful. I'm going to hike the peak today," said Barber.
The Pueblo Rescue Mission wasted no time announcing Hyde Park Community Center would not be turned into a temporary warming shelter, during a town hall meeting on Tuesday--telling News5 they "didn't want to be at odds with the community." "We came together as a community and asked that it not be done here, and they listened to us. Our leaders listened to us," said Rebecca Gomez, who lives nearby.
Never did I think I'd have to make a half dozen calls at work in one hour to respected city officials, inquiring about the legality of a cannabis orgy. And yet, here we are.
So yes, for those of you who were wondering...TV is very glamorous.
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