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Do I Have to Choose Between Nightlife and Adulthood?

We're fearful of turning our back on clubland, so leaving it behind feels like conceding to old age, and accepting death.
Angus Harrison
1.26.17
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Ketamine Could Be Used to Treat Alcohol Addiction

Researchers in the UK are currently testing the way it can modify alcohol-related memories.
Alexander Iadarola
1.24.17
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Inside the BPM Shooting: Drug Cartels and Corruption Threaten Mexico's Festival Scene

As authorities search for the motive behind a shootout that left 5 people dead, locals call for a ban on festivals in the hopes it will stem more gun violence.
Diane Jeantet
1.19.17
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Why Do Some Songs Sound Like Being on Coke?

We've picked five songs to soundtrack the next regrettable night you spend in a stuffy living-room somewhere.
Josh Baines
1.17.17
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A Harm Reduction Expert Explains What Fabric's New Drug Policies Could Mean for the Safety of Clubgoers

UK drug charity Release talked to THUMP about the potential impact of fabric’s strict new rules.
Anna Codrea-Rado
1.13.17
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We Went to Fabric's Grand Reopening to See If It Was Still the Best Club in Town

Tightened security and dismal weather couldn't dampen our spirits as we stepped into the London institution for the first time since it re-opened.
Hazel Sheffield
1.9.17
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Seth Troxler Defended Dance Culture on BBC News

The producer and DJ participated in a roundtable for BBC News.
Britt Julious
1.8.17
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Nearly 60% of All Ecstasy Sold in the U.S. is Not Pure

Between 30-60% of what is sold as molly or ecstasy here is not MDMA.
Britt Julious
12.11.16
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Do Your Bit for Nightlife and Take Part in this Year's Global Drugs Survey

Now in its sixth year, the GDS is the world’s largest online survey about drugs and drug use.
Angus Harrison
11.24.16
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Thousands of Free Drug-Testing Kits Will Be Available at Music Festivals This Summer in Sydney

The kits are part of a "private maneuver" that goes against governmental orders.
Britt Julious
11.19.16
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French Club to Reportedly Sue Four Patrons Hospitalized After Taking Drugs on its Premises

Lyon's Le Sucre venue intends to file a claim in order to protect its business reputation.
Alexander Iadarola
11.14.16
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Insomniac's Halloween Escape Festival Will Have On-Site Drug Education

It’s the first time the promoter has allowed this kind of service in over a decade.
Krystal Rodriguez
10.28.16