With 'The Omnivore's Dilemma,' he changed the way we approach our food – and his new book could transform how America thinks of psychedelics
The Swiss chemist created LSD in 1936 – but it wasn't until 1943 that he first dosed himself and went on a magical bicycle ride
Instead of the infamous game for the Pirates, the pitcher should be remembered as an outspoken activist and advocate for sobriety
"Pursuing truth is a high aspiration – I believe in it as a calling," says documentarian about bold new Netflix series
Brian Eno teamed up with neuroscientist Mendel Kaelen to create an app for therapeutic music – and it ended up expanding both their minds
Paul Austin tried opening his mind with tiny doses of psychedelics in 2015 – and now he's bringing it to the masses, one Skype session at a time
How some doctors are risking everything to unleash the healing power of MDMA, ayahuasca and other hallucinogens
New film details how Nick Sand and Tim Scully tried to change San Francisco – and the world – with psychedelics
In his new book 'Bear,' Robert Greenfield goes deep into life of counterculture figure credited with inventing band's 'Wall of Sound'
Since being criminalized in 1966, the classic psychedelic drug has shaped culture – but it's been reshaped as well
Psychedelic drug inspired their masterpiece – but also opened wounds that never healed
From the Grateful Dead to Miley Cyrus, Jesse Jarnow explores psychedelic drugs' pop culture influences in book
Regular doses of acid have become the creativity enhancer of choice for some professionals
'He's responsible in great part for the Grateful Dead,' says Mickey Hart. 'We'd be quite a different band without him'
Stanley created the Grateful Dead's dancing bear logo and helped popularize LSD in the Sixties