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PLUR - the Motto for Raves.Back in the 60s we had the Flower children believing in love -- now we have the new Rave culture. Their motto?  PLUR - which means Peace, Love, Unity and Respect.

Gaineville, Florida - A great place for ravesAnti-rave law came into existence with other communities were either embracing it or adopting tougher local anti-rave ordinances.  Ketamine - the Animal anesthetic - easily gotten at Rave parties.

Alice In Wonderland goes to RavesAlice in Wonderland, Cat in the Hat, Olive Oil and Popeye -- all have a spot in the Rave community. Visit the site to get a keen look at the costuming going on at Raves, and words from ravers about being safe with drugs.

Controversal websiteNew website is getting some attention by the media for its testing drugs at Rave parties.

Sock hop and Rave party.  The difference?Orlando Florida where the raves are a happening. Please read this article about a concerned 'sock hopper.'

Update on drugs by the NIDANIDA site describes the new designer drugs for better understanding One such drug is Ketamine -- A veterinary legal tranquilizer -- easily obtained at Raves.

Another Man Dies at Raves PartyHappy Valley festival last February reports there were only 6 reported drug related incidents out of 5,000 drug users -- including a 26-yr old man who had taken a mix of drugs - one of them ecstasy. He died.

Cough syrup takes the spotlightPeddie School, reports DXM intoxication. The drug apparently is found in over-the-counter cough medicine. Some are mixing DXM with ecstasy.

Dancing til DawnA school in Utah has extended its dress code to exclude beads, baby pacifiers, glow sticks and dusk masks which ae normally associated with all night rave parties.

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