madness

TV Week

‘Freaks and Geeks’ Perfectly Captured the Shift in Music at the Turn of the 70s

The cult show’s use of songs lent authenticity to its 1980 Midwestern setting.
Dan Ozzi
10.18.17
Smash Hits and Superstars

We Made Suggs from Madness Review Chance the Rapper, Dave, and More

"I mean, fuck me, this Mount Kimbie one is dark."
Tshepo Mokoena
7.28.17
mental health

The Stigma Around Mental Illness is its Own Kind of Madness

"Enforced silence produces disastrous consequences for all involved."
Stephen Hinshaw
6.22.17
column

We Are All This Polar Bear, Praying for an End to This Madness

We are animals, a screaming missile of hunger and horniness shooting straight from the womb to the tomb.
Drew Brown
4.1.17
Sailing

France's Thomas Coville Breaks Record for Sailing Solo Around the World by 8 1/2 Days

Only twice have sailboats ever gone faster around the globe, but those ships had crews of 10 and 14, who worked in shifts.
Dave Brown
12.26.16
Features

To Heaven and Back: I Experienced the World's First Zero Gravity DJ Set

Here's what happened when we sent our writer 30,000ft into the sky to listen to EDM in total weightlessness.
Josh Baines
10.20.16
Premieres

Listen to Lucius' Perfectly Plush New Song "Madness"

The Brooklyn-based band tease with the second swoon tune from their forthcoming LP 'Good Grief.'
Kim Taylor Bennett
1.11.16
Stuff

Meth Bugs Are Rare and Imaginary but They'll Make You Tear Your Skin Off

Anti-drug campaigns make meth bugs look like the benchmark for addiction, but the truth is that you don't need meth to see them, and some meth addicts never do.
Royce Kurmelovs
10.27.15
Stuff

What's It Like to Hallucinate from Sleep Deprivation?

A look at the science behind the psychosis.
Edward Richards
6.30.15
videos

This 'Mario Kart' and 'Mad Max' Mashup Is Exactly What We Needed

Watch and see.
Jordan Valinsky
5.22.15
Stuff

Can the Long History of 'Madness' Help in Our Understanding of Mental Health Today?

We talked to sociologist Andrew Scull about his new book <i>Madness in Civilization</i>, which traces the history of mental health disorders over 3000 years.
Johannes Neiderhauser
5.20.15
Food

I Ate Nothing but Nutella for a Week and Found My Inner Darkness

What happens when you try to live on chocolatey hazelnut spread alone? Turns out you feel like crap.
David Allegretti
4.2.15
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