Steve Gunn put out one of the year’s finest indie albums so far when he released The Unseen In Between back in January. Now it looks like when it comes to that record, he has some unfinished business:
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Topline: Denver and Oakland recently passed measures decriminalizing magic mushrooms, and it appears to be part of a larger, slow-moving movement to make psilocybin (the mushrooms’ psychedelic ingredient)
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Signs point to a whole lot of minds manifesting soon. The first-ever venture capital firm dedicated to psychedelics just launched. Investors claim it's the "next wave" after the cannabis boom, which has
Peter Max is making money, and possibly art as well. The 81-year-old is a Pop art survivor, one of the very last; in his posters and paintings are countless luminous beings, from George Washington to Swift.
How do you imagine a choreographer begins to create a new show? Trying out steps, exploring a chosen theme or taking the cast into the countryside to ingest a powerful hallucinogen? It was the last approach
As the legalization of medical cannabis has swept the globe, it's also paved the way for another new health frontier: psychedelic medicine. Once portrayed as an illegal way to "drop out" or "tune in,"
The author’s account of his own experiment with some boiled cactus and cane sugar is revealing, as well as off-putting “Under the pressure of the cares and sorrows of our mortal condition,” Edmund Burke