So far, Mark Baumer has logged two months of walking and raised thousands of dollars.
The once popular Egyptian seaside town has been mostly abandoned since the terrorist attack on a Russian passenger plane, but the few vacationers who do go have all the beach chairs and buffets to themselves.
From the archives of street photography legend Jill Freedman, who will be appearing at Art Basel this week.
On this episode of Hamilton's Pharmacopeia, Hamilton embeds with a few local fishermen to taste a species of fish fabled to get you high and mess with your dreams.
Photographer Denis Vejas documents the practices of one of the country's last Sufi dervishes.
It's a million things at once. A country where vastly different understandings of the world live side by side.
It's probably best to book a flight and bring back some Cuban cigars and rum while you still can.
I spent a day at the convent of Santa Clara in Tolosa—one of Spain's last remaining convents.
One day, this summer, I took off to look for the pockets of purple in an America usually divided between the red and the blue. And I found them—sort of.
On an all new episode of Dead Set on Life, we check out two different takes on a holiday filled with dancing, drinking, and eating.
The wildest part of Hedonism II wasn't the nudity or fetish wear at dinner—it was drinking a piña colada in the pool.
"The highlight? Almost everything in between the highlights."
On Monday, I flew down to Miami to volunteer for the Clinton campaign. On Wednesday morning, I woke up to the news we had lost.
On an all new episode of BALLS DEEP we head to sheep camp in the Nevada desert to learn what it takes to be a rancher.
Even with a language barrier, Berlin feels more like home than most of non-urban America does.
Shona Sanzgiri explores Mexico's colonial history with female matador Karla Sanchez San Martin, known professionally as Karla de los Angeles.
Follow Hamilton Morris as he journeys through a Salvia divinorum ceremony in the forests of Oaxaca.
In this stunning series Michele Sibiloni leaves the club scene behind for the fields of Uganda.
Yvonne Eisenring spent one year traveling to 12 countries and going on more than 50 dates.
Come for a baguette, stay for the helmets that Tiësto's grandfather turned into colanders.
Over a million Americans will seek medical treatment outside of the United States this year, but "medical tourism" is not without serious risks.
"I would vote but it's a rigged election," one man told me, "because guys like me get shut out of the system because you drink a 72-ounce Mountain Dew Code Red and try to watch The Secret Life of Pets."
For these Las Vegas women, the narrative about their candidate's struggles and sexism is manufactured by the media.
On this episode of VICE's Autobiographies, the DJ and dance music entrepreneur explains how growing up in two distinctly different cultures influenced his ambition and creativity.