Top 5 web-only stories this week (Jan. 30, 2015) |

Top 5 web-only stories this week (Jan. 30, 2015)

Compiled by Caitlin Row
Mary Jane’s Medicinals, run by Dahlia Merten out of Telluride, is one of the more popular botanical cannabis brands sold both locally and across the state of Colorado.
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1. Learn about the latest trend in skin-care products with THC-infused lotions and oils.

Rosanna Turner wrote: “The latest trend in skin care products can’t be found at Bath & Body Works or touted by a C-list celebrity in a late-night segment for QVC. Cannabis-infused topicals such as lotions, bath salts, salves and tinctures are now some of the hottest markets in the marijuana industry, with Colorado being one of the few states where you can buy and sell them.”

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2. Learn about soup’s historical significance, and find a recipe for creamy chicken soup.

Kitchen Diva’s wrote: “Soup, the simple unapologetic dish that is as classic as a black dress, has always been considered a primitive meal. But recent discoveries show that soup may be even older than originally believed.”

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3. Learn about international ski-vacation deals through Vail Resort’s Epic Pass.

Melanie Wong wrote: “A relatively recent perk to the Epic Pass allows pass holders to take their adventures abroad at a number of partner resorts in the European Alps, as well as Niseko, Japan.”

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4. Learn about Colorado’s craft-brew world, including updates about Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, Full Sail Brewing Company, Odell Brewing, and more.

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5. Learn about the reintroduction of one of North America’s rarest plants, the Penstemon debilis, onto Roan Plateau (located near Rifle).

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