In a May, 1992 feature from the print edition of High Times, writer Bill Weinberg investigates how the FBI began an intense surveillance of John Lennon's...
Tattoo Uprising is a new documentary that explores the evolution of the tattooing phenomenon.
These days, "flower" has a slightly different meaning than it used to—but that doesn't mean you still can't use it to make a dope bouquet.
A new organization is working to generate public support for some of the country's most important scientific institutions.
Happy birthday to the founder of High Times, Tom Forçade (1945-1978). Here's a story from the October, 1989 issue in his honor.
Mother Earth’s Plantasia by Mort Garson takes you deep within and far out.
For filmmaker Werner Herzog's 77th birthday, we've unearthed an article about him from the June, 1985 issue of High Times.
A comprehensive visual survey of the Kent State massacre, when the National Guard killed four unarmed student protestors on a college campus in Ohio.
Creating Woodstock is being released just in time for the festival's 50th anniversary.
The great Aztec Montezuma and his court took their chocolate for granted and drank it mainly in homage to the goddess of love.