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What Do You Do When You Think You Have a Murderer in the Family?

I've come to believe that my grandmother literally poisoned those around her.
John Reed
1.30.19
The Fashion Issue 2012

Christmas in the Andes

The girls all braid their hair and put on their finest brocade skirts and hats. The boys put on their nicest ski masks and leather chaps and affix a dead bird to the top of their noggins.
Lele Saveri
12.23.18
The Burnout and Escapism Issue

From Fuzz Boxes to AI

Six decades of psychedelics and music in harmony
Angus Harrison
12.21.18
The Burnout and Escapism Issue

Searching for a Cure

A recovering opioid addict puts his faith in toad venom.
Byron Smith
12.20.18
Drugs

The Steady Rise of the Trippy Festival

Music festivals have always been the bedrock of psychedelic drug taking. Now psychedelic-themed festivals have reached a new high, as more people search for meaning away from their nine-to-five lives
Kevin Franciotti
12.20.18
The Burnout and Escapism Issue

Internal Stress

Qiu Yang's beautiful photos capture the surprising results when mechanical stress is applied to plastic products.
Qiu Yang
12.17.18
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We live in a world committed to making purchases as easy as possible. But at what cost?
Kate Dries
12.14.18
The Burnout and Escapism Issue

The Young and the Uncared For

The dark truths behind our obsession with self-care.
Shayla Love
12.12.18
The Burnout and Escapism Issue

Our Cities are Designed for Loneliness

Our built environment is not working in our favor. Urban planners want to change that.
Ankita Rao
12.11.18
The Burnout and Escapism Issue

When Dismantling Power Dismantles You Instead

In the Trump era, many see activism as more vital than ever. But what happens when it takes a toll on your physical, mental, and emotional health?
Marie Solis
12.7.18
The Burnout and Escapism Issue

Joy Ride

Escaping from our hell world with 500 biker chicks.
Eve Peyser
12.5.18
The Burnout and Escapism Issue

The Psychedelic Resistance

We live our lives increasingly locked into screen time, distanced from nature and each other by modern capitalism and divisive politics. It’s no surprise that illegal use of psychedelics is on the rise.
Mike Power
12.5.18
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