Since the boom in ayahuasca tourism, interest in the plant-based brew has gone global.
The monthly magazine that Paul Wright founded from his jail cell now has a circulation of 10,000—and a reputation for not being afraid to fight the government to get its issues into prisoners' hands.
Offset is a high-end photo market created by Shutterstock. Featuring "curated" collections filled bearded men, microbreweries, and series titles like "Stache," the stock photo imprint may be even cheesier than Shutterstock itself.
At the Crossbones Graveyard, well-wishers light candles and pour out gin for the medieval prostitutes of south London.
As long as humans have been telling stories, humans have been taking drugs in in tall tales. Our drug fiction has proven remarkably capable of both reflecting the anxieties about the present in which it is written and even of predicting the future.
Busting in a sex machine is weird. Cleaning a sex machine after you've just b'd in it is worse. Even when it's VR.
One hundred thirty-five million Americans are expected to hit stores during the long Black Friday weekend. Despite what we've been made to believe, happiness will not be available for purchase.
We asked them how they prepared for a hailstorm of bargain hunters.
'Men's Issues' seem like such a luxury problem. London's Southbank Centre's 'Being a Man' Festival is looking to change that.
The Liberal government giveth and they taketh away the right to smoke medicinal pot wherever you want.
We visited Bruce Robinson at his Herefordshire farmhouse to talk about his life and his new book, They All Love Jack: Busting the Ripper.
Is this man the new face of oppositional art? Or just a guy on a mission to piss off powerful people?
'I left them in the dust,' he said of his detractors, practically a prime ministerial middle finger.
We talked to the celebrated Gold Fame Citrus author about her new book and the connections between so-called 'good' guys and terrible deeds.
And then putting them on eBay.
Sometimes I revisit the spots where I've had my worst panic attacks. I recently went back to the California desert, Palm Springs, the scene of my last major existential dissolve.
Not a lot of money and crippling self doubt: what's the draw of being a stand-up?
How Fox News' elaborate makeup process reflects and reinforces the network's treatment of women.
How David Lynch, Seinfeld, and Katy Perry are pushing Transcendental Meditation into the mainstream.
Does solitude destroy the human psyche, or does it allow us to see the world clearly?
Private eye footage caught people dancing and having a good time. This threatens the very fabric of what makes this community so great.
In Guatemala, 30 percent of girls are married by age 18. We spoke to an activist and a former child bride trying to change that.
A decade ago, the UK's pubs and clubs were given the go-ahead to serve alcohol around the clock. Did this result in "unbridled hedonism," as the Daily Mail claimed?
What better way to harness his star power and ascend to new heights of glory than to run for public office, right?