And he played drums in a prison band.
Aidan Dun tells us about meeting Arthur Rimbaud in a vision and finding inspiration in King's Cross.
Check out the trailer for our upcoming episode of VICE on HBO, airing June 3 at 11 PM.
We tracked down Enric Duran, a Spanish activist known as "Robin Bank," who took out roughly $700,000 in loans to fund a new economic system.
Relief, gratitude, paranoia, and keeping a butcher's knife under your pillow.
We talked to the reigning queen of pinup art herself, Olivia de Berardinis, a.k.a. Olivia.
We follow a 14-year-old Zambian girl through a pre-wedding ritual before she's taken out of school and married off to a 48-year-old man on tonight's episode of WOMAN on VICELAND.
The power of the Romanian artist's politically motivated work lies in its simplicity.
Paul Salo is in the process of raising $1.4 million, so he can fly a fully loaded jet into a skyscraper at 500 mph.
An over-the-counter option would bring a whole new class of contraceptives to the uninsured.
The musician turned activist announced to Twitter he had given the "maximum contribution" to Johnson's campaign.
It's very large and it's walking through a golf course.
Siddhartha Mukherjee's new book, The Gene, delivers a sweeping history of genetics—from the cockamamie ideas that preceded the birth of the field to a striking picture of what the future holds.
In a new play, MINEFIELD, Falklands War veteran Lou Armour shares war stories with his former Argentinian enemies.
We like to imagine "hackers" as hoodie-wearing code geniuses, but the real threats, it turns out, are way more mundane.
Addie Wagenknecht is a tech artist and art hacker who wants you to change your online habits.
Audiences didn't warm to a drama featuring songs about bribery and selling babies, but it's gone down in history as a unique failed television experiment.
R.I.P. Hope for Humanity: 1946 - 2016.
VICE sits down with Mario Van Peebles, Mandela Van Peebles, and Mark Wolper to talk about their new four-part miniseries that retells the classic story of Kunta Kinte.
When your whole thing is absolving people when they repent, it's hard to make your enemies go away for good.
For the 18 million veterans whose records were lost in a 1973 fire at the National Personnel Records Center, that question can be a recurring nightmare.
There's a functional pen inside, but on the other end (where the actual tip of the pen should be), there's a sharp point, almost unnoticeable, that can be used to stab an attacker.
Cremation is becoming more and more popular in the US. We spoke to a young crematory operator about what it's like to make a living incinerating human carcasses.
Inside Yoido Full Gospel, the Korean Pentecostal mega-church that promises wealth, healing, and shamanistic miracles.