"Let's just say, we never got bored."
In the early 70s, far-left activists got the chance to govern Ann Arbor. The first thing they did was make weed essentially legal.
VICE’s Manisha Krishnan traveled to a remote oceanside community where young people live in anarchy, to figure out why they decided to move there and try out the lifestyle for herself.
A year after giving birth, a Toronto-area mother wanted to return the placenta and other things "to nature." Why she would do that in a public park is anyone’s guess.
The long-absent indie band, who will return with their third album 'Oh Boy' in February, have a new single that references Valerie Solanas and Corinthian columns. It's lovely.
Somewhere between confronting my fear of shit and planting shrooms on Poole's Land, my cynicism melted.
Outliers: How a hippie-inspired lifestyle gets monetized for social media.
In the 1970s, a quiet pocket of rural Wales became the psychedelic hub of the world. We went back in search of the chemists, dealers, and thousands of hidden blotters.
As travelers move along from this year’s Rainbow Gathering, author Chris Urquhart documents their year-round lifestyle.
Trippy projections illuminating San Francisco's Conservatory of Flowers commemorate the summer of 1967.
A repress of Tom Wolfe's seminal book features rare manuscripts, photos, and more. We talked to Lawrence Schiller, whose photographs of the counterculture movement inspired Wolfe, about how the new text offers the "full picture of set and setting."