Ever talk to a graying raver about that great party in nineteen-ninety ... oh, what year was that again?
Unfortunately, this is bad news here in the rave capital of America: Yet another study has found that ecstasy can lead to memory loss. Not only that, but it apparently doesn't take much:
Here in California, marijuana is legal for just about any ailment you can dream up.
And while medical cannabis supporters have argued that the drug is a harmless tool for grandmothers with cancer who want to forget their pain and spark their appetites, there has been plenty of academic research on ... More >>
Ceasar SebastianRavers.The stereotype of the e-tard, the raver who uses so much ecstasy he becomes mentally defective, might have some basis in fact.
A Vanderbilt University psychiatry professor concludes in recent research that MDMA, the drug favored at parties here in the rave capital of t ... More >>
MAPSShould soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan get treated for post-traumatic stress disorder with ... weed?
A proposal to study whether or not marijuana can help vets cope with PTSD is gaining steam. The New York Times took a look at the idea from the California-based Multidiscipli ... More >>
'Born on the 4th of July'Tom Cruise as vet Ron Kovich.Strange days for the pro-pot crowd.
While medical marijuana is increasingly legal across the land (in 15 states and counting), and the administration of President Obama has had a strangely adversarial relationship to medicinal pot (after ... More >>
On Saturday night, Cornerstone Research Collective presented "The Way of the Infinite Harmony," its first holiday benefit at the historic Masonic Temple at Hollywood Forever, boasting a lineup packed full of L.A. heavyweights Madlib, J. Rocc, Flying Lotus, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Quartetto Fa ... More >>
E is for ecstasy.Just in time for the controversy over raves and ecstasy, the folks from the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies are in town for a weekend conference on the "The Impact of Psychedelics on Culture, Cognition, and Creativity."
The gathering includes a Friday n ... More >>