In Nicholas Carr's the Glass Cage, the Pulitzer-shortlisted author makes a compelling argument on the way technology has failed us—from aircraft autopilot to GPS maps—and the perils of being forever trapped in the beam of our smartphones.
A few months ago, a guy named Dan Janssen made international headlines after we interviewed him about his 25-year pizza diet. We recently spent a few days with Dan to explore where the self-proclaimed "King of Pizza" finds the perfect slice.
My perception of Milan has changed ever since I came to England. In the past year, I've had the opportunity to reevaluate the city, its people, and its dynamics and come to love and miss so many things I despised before.
Welcome to the newest weekly strip in our ongoing mission to ramp up the number of comics on VICE.com. Today we are proud to present Megg, Mogg, and Owl, a comic by Simon Hanselmann that will run on this website every Monday for forever.
Pizza is, without question, the greatest thing ever invented by humanity. Unfortunately, everyone fancies himself an expert on the topic. It's time that we as a society put our foot down and set some guidelines for what is and isn't pizza, so we assembled…
Sbarro filed for bankruptcy protection, scientists think we can clone woolly mammoths, engineers and a pretentious British musician created a robotic rock band, and more bad news from across the world.
After a series of traumatizing food-related events in his childhood, Dan Janssen has survived on nothing but pizza for the last 25 years. I spoke with Dan to try to understand how and why he doesn't eat anything else.
Super Bowl food is an event in itself, the most gluttonous day on the American finger food calendar. On this day, the greasy, fried concoctions, dips, and booze we all love scores a real touchdown (that's a football reference).
I don't believe that anyone moves to Brooklyn who can avoid it, and my current condition hasn't done anything to change my mind. I don't give a shit about whether a neighborhood has "character"; I want more than one decent restaurant within walking distan…
The Pizza Underground, comprised of Matt Colbourn, Phoebe Kreutz, Deenah Vollmer, Austin Kilham, and Macaulay Culkin, are lounging in the living room area. They're wearing all black, topped off with black shades, because, you know, they're a pizza-themed…