After a bloody summer in New Orleans, Joan Rivers's favorite voodoo priestess, Sallie Ann Glassman, is asking a warrior spirit to cleanse her neighborhood and bring balance back to her home. We visited the ceremony.
Twenty-five years ago, crack use was exploding and even brought down the mayor of the United States capital. A crime reporter for the Washington Post covered the drama while dealing with a crack addiction of his own.
In this episode, we hear about Alexis Neiers's struggles with addiction, her criminal involvement in the Bling Ring, and her former Playboy Bunny mother, as well as her new role as a sober mother, attempting to help her ex-boyfriend find a way out of his
Downtown São Paulo, Brazil, has long been home to a roving open-air drug market called Crackland, but with the World Cup approaching, the authorities are trying everything in their power to clean the area up.
Toronto's embattled mayor held a press conference that was supposed to be about skating rinks, but it quickly devolved into reporters asking Rob Ford about urinating in public, racist accents, and his driver getting arrested for extortion.
Anthony Smith, a man believed to have been in a Toronto gang, was murdered. Smith was also seen in a photo with Mayor Rob Ford next to a crack house prior to his murder, which means a sitting mayor of a major city has to publicly deny having him killed.
"Well, I don't like eating on the subways and on the streetcars. I'm going to cut that out. It's messy, I don't think it's white man standard or white man's way. I don't like torture, for instance. Anyone who tortures, as far as I'm concerned, is not a wh…
No, not that Al Gore. But anyway, it's an election year in Toronto and Rob Ford is running for mayor again, which means the campaign promises to be like a Rob Ford fart—long, loud, messy, and fueled at least partly by vodka and cheeseburgers.
Toronto's City Council and the local newspapers are poisoning Rob Frod's Gatorade and stripping the mayor of his powers, but luckily Frod Nation will support their leader and his new slogan: "STILL NO CHARGES YET!"
In the past nine days, the mayor of Toronto admitted he smoked crack, denied hiring a hacker, got accused of ordering a beating, and talked about how much he loves eating his wife's pussy. This is wearing us the fuck down.
Last week, Amin Massoudi, Rob Ford's director of communications, claimed our source had fabricated an email transcript that appears to implicate him in an alleged plot to hire a hacker. We have some questions for him.
The Toronto police just confirmed that there is indeed a video of Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack. It's increasingly obvious that the guy's a failure as a civic leader and needs to step down—the only question is when he'll do the decent thing.
Copenhagen has come up with a new way to help drug addicts and fight street crime. Illegal! is a magazine that hard drug users can buy for $1.80 and sell to the public for around $5.00, enabling them to buy more drugs without having to rob people o…