Some people call him an ethnopharmacologist. Others call him a psychonaut. Dennis McKenna -- like his more famous brother Terrence McKenna -- grew up experimenting with psychedelic drugs, then picked up a few university degrees and and spent his lifetime trying to understand their effects from a s ... More >>
Ghostface gets all James Joyce on us.
To Be a Reef
It's not so hard to understand reprehensible teen behavior when you've been there yourself
Susan Tedeschi's true blues fly in the face of commercialism
As LSD does a slow fade, a Fort Lauderdale researcher keeps the science trip going
A revolution from the stormy '60s came from the underground
The biggest, baddest bloviators in town match witlessness in our Columnist Poetry Slam
The Norton Museum takes the phrase "dog days of summer" quite literally
The owners of a new gallery want to turn a few sheets of colorful blotter acid paper into a full-fledged exhibition. Are they hallucinating?
D.A. Pennebaker doesn't make history, but he's captured so much of it
The exhibition "Sex, Drugs 'n Rock 'n Roll"