It's the opposite of Pandora—it doesn't play what you already like, it plays what you might end up loving.
When cops or their supporters ask what an officer should do in a situation where someone appears to be armed, they should look at this confrontation in a Brooklyn synagogue.
Last night we celebrated our 20th anniversary party with everyone from Scarlett Johansson to Jarvis Cocker to Lil Wayne. Throughout the event, our friends and family tweeted their favorite moments of the night.
So naturally, we're throwing a big party for ourselves with lots of special musical guests.
Logistically, the DNC in Brooklyn would be an absolute shitshow. But politically, it might be a masterstroke for Mayor Bill de Blasio.
When faced with park crime, the city not only neglects to report it to the public but often takes inefficient measures to curb it.
Did you miss the New York opening of our 2014 VICE Photo Show? Were you there, but continue to lie awake at night pining for that balmy July evening in Brooklyn? Well, good thing we made a video, because now you can relive it.
The Bruce High Quality Foundation's BHQFU held a party to celebrate its new status as a nonprofit. There was cheese dip.
Maryland-based Two Inch Astronaut has a throwback sound that channels the sludgy math rock of the 90s.Their new track is an angsty opus that features intricate instrumentation and envy-inducing technique.
I expected my friendly neighborhood Wiccans to celebrate Halloween by casting spells and baking bread, but instead they ate potato chips in a cheaply decorated apartment. Wiccans: They're just like us!
News that a doctor tested positive for the deadly disease after going bowling spread like wildfire on social media last night, but nothing's going viral in the five boroughs.
The cops in New York City are stationing officers and floodlights in high-crime housing projects, but no one seems sure exactly what their specific goals are.
The latest casualty of New York City's controversial policing scheme, which critics say targets people of color for victimless crimes, was a young man waiting for the subway in Brooklyn.
As members of a broadly liberal society, we love to cast judgment on our peers. But castigating shady landlords on the internet may not achieve all that much for average renters.
A series of horrific videos showing flagrant brutality by cops has NYC's progressive mayor and his controversial police commissioner on the defensive.
Issue 28 of MATTE magazine features photos by New York-based artist Pixy (Yijun Liao) from the series Experimental Relationship, which challenges preconceived notions of heterosexual relationships
Aside from the occasional violence that comes with almost any large group of humans, the West Indies parade is one of the last good street festivals New York has to offer.
Trans writer Sybil Lamb was living in post-Katrina New Orleans when two men beat her with an iron pipe, taking a chunk out of her skull, and left her for dead in a rail yard. She's transformed this experience into a new book called I've Got a Time Bomb…
The show is curated by young posh mestiza artists who draw inspiration from the roots and rituals of the borderland experience, Chicana artists of the 70s, and the guy who does the astrology predictions on the Univison channel.
Kenan Juska's new exhibition, Daily Operation, brings together 526 sequential collages made of garbage found on the streets of New York between March 2005 and November 2008.
"The life of a flower is a fleeting moment, and it's this ephemeral nature that makes flowers so desirable. Perhaps an artificial flower represents an attempt to conquer death; a very human attempt, which imbues plastic flowers with their own aura of mean…
For this series, I have mainly documented barbershops in Bushwick and Bed-Stuy, but I have also photographed in Ft. Greene and Williamsburg. Barbershops are understood to be communal space for men of all ages; they're places that promote dialogue and rein…
Construction on the Rockaway Lateral natural-gas pipeline in Brooklyn was briefly halted on Saturday when protesters entered a gate and stormed into the drilling site.
I felt both intensely violated and intensely cruel. For the first time, it hit me that although we had wandered into this pervert's Mecca as ironically detached tourists, this man was a permanent fixture here; it was his home.