Colorado Pot Brownie: Wait, What? Oh, Man.

Our Fifty Plates tour gets Rocky Mountain High thanks to Coma weed brownies.


Food & Drink
Summer is road-trip season, so we're taking a culinary tour of America. But because Portland is a city of immigrants from other states, we don't have to leave town to do it. We're traveling to 50 Portland restaurants to try one distinctive food from each state. Our 50 Plates tour continues with a pot brownie from Colorado, which joined the union on August 1, 1876 and became the ...   More
Friday, August 8, 2014 Mary Romano

President of Beers: #43

Fat Tire: New Belgium Brewing Co., Fort Collins, Colorado


Food & Drink
We're drinking the flagship craft beer from every state in the Union, counting down from 50-1, to find which is home to the President of Beers.#43 Fat Tire: New Belgium Brewing Co., Fort Collins, ColoradoState: With it’s swoon-inducing vistas, thriving snowboarding and skiing scene, and a beer culture rivaling Oregon, it’s easy to see why Colorado is routinely voted one of the most livable states ...   More
Friday, August 31, 2012 JOHN LOCANTHI


Oregon and two other states are huffing and puffing toward legalizing weed. But don’t buy that bong just yet.

Cover Story
Harking back to the days when everything that mattered in politics was decided in smoke-filled rooms, the Western states...   More
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Blog Accuses Colorado Governor of Plagiarizing from Oregon Governor

The Colorado political blog Face the State has turned up what appears to be a case of Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter borrowing heavily without attribution from an earlier speech by Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski. Neither speech is exactly the Emancipation Proclamation. But based on a side-by-side review, it appears that Ritter—who like Kulongoski is a Democrat—has got some 'splainin' to do. Plagiarism ...   More
Friday, July 16, 2010 NIGEL JAQUISS


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