When Martin Glover was 22, he found himself standing on the street in just a kimono, tripping on acid, and burning £20,000 in cash. Soon after, he became a Druid.
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LSD is becoming increasingly popular with teens, so we spoke to an expert about its effects.
Last year, Swiss psychiatrist Peter Gasser received permission from his government to use acid in his practice, which he says can help people deal with anxiety and fear of death, among other things.
Not saying it's a good idea, but last week a bunch of fuzzy-faced undergraduates in Leeds proved that anybody can become a drug lord these days.
A recent government report revealed that there's been a spike in how many pills and acid tabs are being consumed by people in the UK.
We talked to Berlin music-scene staple, Mark Reeder, about the cultural apoplexy that was West Berlin during the 1980s, and what happened when he brought Joy Division over to play.
Thanks to mandatory minimum sentencing, Deadheads like Tim Tyler—who has been locked up for almost a quarter of a century—are missing out on the Grateful Dead 50th anniversary shows this weekend.
Imagine a world where people break out into song while tripping balls. That's basically LSD: The Opera in a nutshell.
They are locked in a dead mad scientist's lab and tasked with finding an antidote to the disease that has overtaken the world. Also, they are on drugs.
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At every student protest in Chile, a bunch of "encapuchados" stands ready to burn stuff and throw things at rio-cops' heads.