The Best of VICE This Week
Human spaceflight may be dead, but the future's still death from above.
Tracking down the jailbait-loving internet scumbag who drove a 15-year-old girl to suicide.
The river Nile was unleashed in my panties.
How Paul Stewart got caught up in a war between paramilitaries and drugs gangs.
I've also got Martin Daubney, former editor of Loaded magazine, all four members of Franz Ferdinand and, of course, olympic rower, James Cracknell.
The Golden Dawn, nuns and Athens cops versus a play about a gay Jesus.
Hanging out an Frieze to try and understand what art is.
Apparently it's no big deal, though, and everyone should just stop blowing it out of proportion.
He showed me where his guns are made, then took me to his drug cubby and offered me some heroin.
In-N-Out came to Hendon, suburban northwest London, culinary centre of the world, and a bunch of people travelled miles and queued for hours to get one of their burgers. We asked them why.
People always say modern art looks like it was made by a three-year-old, so I took a three-year-old to an art gallery and got him to copy a load of paintings.
Graham Johnson wrote a book about the Liverpool-based gang who've been running Britain's drug trade for the last 40 years.
Spending the day at the National Achievers Congress, learning how to stop being such a fucking loser.
Meeting Hardcore Drug Users at a Four-Star Hotel in Lithuania
I learned all sorts at the International Harm Reduction Conference.
Wild Things: The Wolfman
Eighty-year-old Werner Freund would rather be a wolf than a man.
I Smoked Hash and Watched Cute Animal Videos with Syrian Rebels
It turns out they're really into reggae and kittens.
Fringes: Stories from the Edge: Cult Kids: Westboro
The children of Westboro are brainwashed into picketing funerals and bashing homosexuals.
Fringes: Stories from the Edge: Cowboy Capitalists
For maverick entrepreneur Ian Cox, Africa is the last frontier of free enterprise.