We're throwing a premiere party for the short film in Hollywood this Friday night, before it airs next week on Motherboard.
This morning, Julian Assange has said he will turn himself over to UK police on Friday if the UN rules against him, Sanders calls Clinton a part-time progressive, Facebook wants 5 billion users, and more.
The pro skater talks about the art scene and the beautiful sunsets in Silver Lake.
The singer-songwriter tells us about moving to LA and where to find restaurants that have a dark, cozy NYC feel.
He loves to walk around the neighborhood at night because he knows there's always something going down, even when it's quiet.
We drive east to west on Sunset, stopping at venues along the way to talk to native Angelenos about the economic and cultural influences that have defined their neighborhoods.
Here's a helpful list of the neighborhoods you should comb through when you're ready to move to LA.
Drought aside, Los Angeles is full of great places to eat and drink. Here's a handy guide to all our favorite spots.
Here's where you should get trashed in LA.
It seems like most people can handle an average of six winters in New York City before they flee west, and the reason is pretty obvious—LA is beautiful and there is a seemingly unlimited amount of fun shit to do while the sun's out.
Here's a list of all our favorite spots to shop that won't completely break the bank.
Whether you're just visiting or settling in for the long haul, our VICE guide will help you navigate LA like a local.
Disco's Out... Murder's In! explores the story of La Mirada Punks, a group of loosely-organized criminals who became known for slam pit stabbings, murders at punk shows, and tarnishing the music scene.
We also investigate the world of captive cheetah breeding and examine how Ecuador's shrimp industry could once again be ravaged by the devastating weather of El Niño.
If you're looking for old Hollywood glamour, my advice would be to stay the hell out of Hollywood, especially on New Year's Eve. It is, to thousands, a perfectly perverse place to drunkenly celebrate the passing of another year.
"Something big is going down," warned the anonymous hoaxer in the message that led the Los Angeles Unified School District to cancel classes on Tuesday.
We also visit an icy art installation in Paris, investigate pollution in the world's deepest lake, and explore LA's Latino ska scene.
The show is a collection of his favorite images from the past 20 years of traveling the globe with his pals and bandmates.
The "Hollywood Billboard Queen" is still pioneering the art of being famous for being famous.
When I left Canada I had a "See You Fuckers Later" party. If I failed in LA it would be the ego bruise of the century.
Stuart Swezey's Desolation Center shows were illicit desert festivals—drug-addled parties for LA punks which would influence Coachella and Lollapalooza and then disappear as quickly as they came.
The Olympics have been a money pit for host cities in past years, but officials in Los Angeles are still excited to make a push for the 2020 games.
How a cramped rock club with no backstage and no liquor license became the unlikely hub of the LA DIY scene.
I learned how to cut through zip ties, pick locks, and lived through a fake kidnapping—all in the name of girding myself for the lawless world to come.