An odyssey into the abyss, starting in the Somerset mud.
Breaking down how we decide which kinds of pleasure are acceptable and which ones are not OK.
Drowning your brain while rolling on Molly isn't just an urban legend.
I know there's a lot more we could be doing for heroin users who haven't quit yet.
Sweaty clubs gave me a feeling of deliverance and a sanctuary from an anxiety I didn't yet understand.
Look, that acid you've kept in your freezer for two years won't kill you. But there's a chance it won't work any more.
Exploring the business psychology behind: "Got that bang bang sniff, holla."
One of the characters in VICE's new documentary DOPESICK talks about the realities of getting sober and how losing a friend to the drug inspired her to try and get help for others.
Being arrested is never great, but it's even worse when you've paid for a flight to be there.
VICE presents an immersive and personal feature-length documentary about the fentanyl crisis in Canada told from the perspective of a social network of drug users.
As the crisis fuels a record number of emergency calls for Vancouver's official first responders, users are stepping in to save lives.
Does it get worse than watching Pink Flamingos with your grandma? Actually, it does.
If I'd stuck to a regulation dosage I could have been productive and outstanding. But I have zero self discipline and I never stood a chance.
America is almost as weird about pot as it is about gun laws.
Brock Turner's victim wasn't just drunk—she was at risk of coma or death when he attacked her behind a dumpster.
Did you ever wonder if someone got fucked over so you could have that dank ass Purple Urkle?
An investigation, from an American perspective, into why Special K has never really picked up traction as a party drug in the US.
I spent Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in a suicide smock rolling around on the floor in a concrete room.
It seems like I've divided my feelings into categories, the way that one might do with fragrance types: floral, citrus, earthy, smoky, gourmand, spicy.
British nightlife is a beautiful free-for-all of internet drugs, Wavey Garms girls, illegal raving, and regretful sex. But to the American outsider, it can seem confusing.
Some marijuana activists suggest the language used by most people to describe their movement is keeping them from being taken seriously.
Legalization is going to put a lot of casual Canadian weed dealers out of business. We asked them how they are going to transition out of the black market.