• Jacob Holdt Is Not a Hippie

    Jacob Holdt's book American Pictures did as much to revolutionize documentary photography as it did to paint an entirely new image of the country in the 70s.

  • Meow Meow Meow

    Cat cafes are huge in Japan right now. As the name suggests, these are coffee shops where cat lovers go to sip overpriced lattes and hang out with an adorable smoosh pile of kitties.

  • Sex & Drugs & Vbs

    To keep you updated on the wonderful new material coming out on VBS.TV, here are Q&As with Richard Kern and Andy Capper, who are respectively responsible for two of next month's gems on the channel, Shot by Kern Europe and Swansea Love Story.

  • A Holiday Ends In Cambodia

    The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) is undertaking a unique experiment in putting the country's most murderous masochists on the stand. More than 30 years after the start of its reign, the Khmer Rouge is getting its day in court.

  • Thc & A

    Photos by Richard Kern

  • Weather and Sleep

    Those of you old enough to remember the 80s know that it was the decade in which everyone suddenly realized they were bisexual. In the 90s, we diagnosed ourselves as bipolar and prescribed ourselves cocaine.

  • Records

    Lil Wayne’s last LP was not very good, yet it received universal praise. That’s OK.

  • Vice Comics

    Honeymoon In Spain: Part 1

  • Ode on a Grecian Pile of Crap

    A brisk walk along Dionysiou Areopagitou and Panathinea streets, just ten minutes from the Acropolis, brings you to probably the crummiest neighborhood in all of Athens, Greece.

  • Sew Solidarity Crew

    Ed Hall is a 64-year-old retired architect. He's also a one-man factory of positive propaganda.

  • Skinema

    Belladonna's Ass Wide Open

    If this is a remake of that Kubrick film then I don't see the resemblance between the cover model, Bobbi Starr, and Nicole Kidman.

  • Vice Fashion - Sensual French Film From The 70s

    Photos by Isabel Asha Penzlien, Styling by Jaclyn Hodes

  • Shipshape And Bristol Fashion

    Bristol today is synonymous with drum and bass and dubstep, but back in the mid-1980s it was the UK's hip-hop heartland. Against a backdrop of Thatcherism and high unemployment, the city's youth developed a taste for US rap and got heavily into the music and fashion of that cultu…

  • Kagomaniacs

    Mistake In the Order Form

  • VICE Mail

    Dear Vice, I was incredulous at all the bullshit literature illustrated on the cover of your Fiction Issue. Whose bookshelf was that? Some 19-year-old with a sweater complex who thinks he's Holden Caulfield?

  • The Continuing Adventures of Jamie Lee Curtis Taete

    Leading the good life. Clearly.

  • Literary

    You may remember Ragnar Persson from the scary taxidermy wolf he shot for our 2007 Photo Issue Cover. And if you saw his pretty pencil drawings of girls and Nordic woods in the No Photo Issue later that year, you’ll know that he is no slouch with a pencil either.

  • Hello Father

    About four years ago, photographer Johanna Heldebro’s father abruptly left his family in Montreal and relocated to his native Sweden.

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    Why I Don't Have Piercings Anymore.

  • This Place Is a Zoo

    I had the honor of being invited to the Rosaires' compound to discuss the downfall of the circus industry.

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    Job Related Comics

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    Viperized

  • Vice Fashion - Go Ask Alice (abridged)

    Photos by Blossom Berkofsky, Styling by Jaclyn Hodes

  • Vice Fashion - Bourne In The Woods

    Photos by Jonnie Craig, Styling by Sam Voulters

  • Sheppard’s Video Game Pie

    Silent Hill: Shattered Memories

    Silent Hill: Shattered Memories is an excellent game. It is also a giant middle finger to the Silent Hill fan base, which is awesome, and I say that as a member of said fan base.

  • Employees Of The Month

    Jason has spent the last few months floating around the state of his alma mater, sleeping on people’s couches, and documenting whatever subjects catch his interest in between bread-and-butter freelancing for the New York Times, SLAP Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal.

  • Pissing In The Wind

    Once upon a time, English punk meant violence, passion, political engagement and an old-fashioned approach to personal hygiene. It did not mean the guy from the Automatic, his iPhone app tie-in deal and the Krazy Tent Tour sponsored by Monster (or whatever it is this week).

  • Dicksplosion!

    In 1983, three boys from Lindsfield, New Jersey, named Anthony Bazzo, Joey Roach, and Chris "Lil'Chris" Thames formed the postpunk band Fuck Me in My Condo. Their path to success included huge crests and valleys, but thankfully they all lived to tell the tale.

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    Mining Colony X7170

  • Deep in the Woods

    We moved Sunday to Monday because Sunday turned out to be the day for uninvited visitors. When we tried to keep Sunday as a day of rest, for pastimes such as reading, writing letters, exploring, or the complex routines of bathing, we found ourselves constantly interrupted.

  • Swindie Neverland

    Sarah and her little brother Jake were over 30 years old when they decided to leave London and sunny San Francisco to move to Stockholm and start a band. Contrary to all reason, this bold arrangement proved successful.