Smoking inside is still illegal, though, and restaurant owners will have to apply for a permit before you suck on your weed lollipops or whatever inside their establishment.
Drag has always functioned as activism. One of the drag world's most beloved queens tells us how they're harnessing it.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we head to Barcelona to hang out with Robert Llimós whose work is inspired by extraterrestrial beings.
I fled homophobia and terror in Bogotá. Last week, it found me in America.
In Swing Time, a listless, unnamed narrator tries to figure out who she is in a world of absurd wealth and drastic inequality.
We talked to some of the artists featured in a new gallery exhibition that showcases work made by inmates while in prison.
MTV's newest television series follows two college students who seek revenge on rapists.
The whole thing starts at 7 PM at the Standard. Entry is free, and a portion of Kool A.D.'s debut novel sales will go to Planned Parenthood.
"We decided to wait with the kissing too. Kisses are powerful and one thing can lead to another, so we wanted to prevent this."
We caught up with first-time playwright Cyrus Aaron about his stellar debut, 'Someday,' which explores what it's like to live under the shadow of racism in America.
In a new exhibition, prisoners ask people on the outside to envision a world where mass incarceration doesn't exist.
Writing science fiction stories can provide a safe, sacred space and an alternative to our current realities.
HBO is having "preliminary ongoing talks" with the author about how to do a prequel or spinoff once the show finishes its run.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we spend a day with the man walking people for $7 a mile.
The VICELAND hosts said Trump responded to the country's hate crimes the same way people scold a dog for peeing on a rug.
In red states, Bill Wyatt sells T-shirts that say "Drain the Swamp." In blue states, they say "Fuck Trump."
Episode seven dropped a shattering reveal about what's real and what—or who—is not.
Ahead of their North American tour, ATCR's 2oolman discusses the state of indigenous political protest from Standing Rock and beyond.
But we're going to have to wait a really long time to see it.
Whether it's in a drone tracking shot or the referential pastiche of Tarantino and Wes Anderson, Coutard's vision of hyper-staged naturalism is everywhere.
The National Museum of Play welcomed the beloved tabletop game to join its Hall of Fame, which already includes the swing set, Mr. Potato Head, and the Game Boy.
On this episode of VICE Meets, we talk with the performance artist about her new memoir, Walk Through Walls.
Nearing 70, the artist who built a career off of subversive performance is still pushing boundaries, causing controversies, and influencing the youth.