I've put off dealing with my bad credit for years now by ignoring 1-800 numbers and continuing to rack up debt. But then I had a thought: What if I could trick myself into fixing my credit by throwing myself a party?
In an effort to "assist the community in minimising alcohol related harm", which implicitly means harm to Aboriginal communities, three BWS drive-throughs in Darwin will no longer sell casks to those without a car. Too bad it's been tried before.
Alcohol is strictly regulated and widely prohibited in Canada's youngest territory, Nunavut. We went there to explore the issue of prohibition and whether it's helping or hurting the territory's social crises.
VICE China brings MC Dawei—a Beijing-based rapper who can barely handle a couple shots—to China's hardest drinking areas in Yunnan, where the locals start drinking homemade liquor starting at 9AM everyday.
On family holidays, I had the pleasure of experiencing Norwich's impressive historic sites, coastal appendages and low crime rate long before I began studying there. Later, in my high teens, I lost sight of its quaintness in the dark.
I took a tour of some of America's finest chain restaurant bars so that I could not only drink a few affordable beers, but also learn more about how we no longer value the simple pleasures of cheap, greasy food and good service.
Athens is one of the oldest cities on Earth, and right now also one of its strangest and most confused. Being a Greek has sucked for the last few years, so why would you want an authentic experience? This is how to have fun.
The ABC Board, which operates a statewide monopoly on liquor sales, is funded by a liquor tax and performs its own enforcement. Recently, enforcement has taken the form of a massive crackdown on their only competition: moonshiners.
On our adopted holiday of debauchery, 80 percent of all drunk-driving deaths involve drivers who are nearly twice the legal limit, and entire cities and college campuses have shut down their "Irish" festivities due to sexual assault, robbery, and violence…
If you believe recent headlines, Australian youth are booze-fuelled little turds prone to acts of violence. The reality is that Australians are consuming less alcohol per capita today than in the beer-swilling 70s and 80s.