Josip Broz Tito, the post-WWII leader of former Yugoslavia, didn't let communist purse-tightening keep him from getting down and dirty on New Year's.
In Britain, the nighttime as we know it is currently under attack.
From Cambridge student shit shows to basement metal nights, fetish clubs to indie discos, he spent three years drinking through various subcultures.
Here's where you should get trashed in LA.
Whether you're just visiting or settling in for the long haul, our VICE guide will help you navigate LA like a local.
Turns out the problems caused by drugs are dwarfed by the carnage caused by booze.
In Iran, getting together with your friends for a night of dancing and drinking is against the law—but that doesn't mean that young people don't do it.
Belgian artist Nina Van Denbempt illustrates what it's like to as a young woman to feel invincible, afraid, and alone.
According to one survey, one in seven women find love at the annual office get-together.
It's the most dangerous party of the year.
We got a special selection of images from Lost in Music, an upcoming photography exhibition that charts the history of dance music and club culture in the UK.
Women are closing the gender gap when it comes to throwing back cold ones.
They just want to make sure no one gets murdered by their parents.
Attempting to unravel why the Australian public cares about what teenage strangers are drinking, fighting, and sexing.
Developers are doing their best to rid the UK of its railway arch nightclubs.
We talked to "Robbie" about the profits he makes, the time he puts into his business, and not getting high on his own supply.
A "drinking problem" can be a little hard to pin down, medically speaking.
The influx of tourists over winter has created a booming micro industry for migratory sex workers in Queenstown.
You don't need to be Korean to catch a daeri, but you might have to hang out in Korean bars to know about them.
"I've seen everything from gangland turf wars to drunken fools thinking they can take on seven-foot-tall bouncers."
"To be honest, mate, we've made the best of a bad situation. We're from villages anyway—we do this for fun."
We asked people shut out of clubs in Newtown what they thought the problem was.
From best friends to old friends to the friends you go to shows with to the friends you actually can't stand.
"The toughest part of being metal in Tauranga was the sand, and walking down to the beach in Dr. Martens with your pants tucked into your boots."