Ever since I first read about the Dream Machine back in my early beatnik period (directly after my equally cringeworthy Jim Morrison/teen-poet douche-fag stage), I've desperately wanted to try one out.
We're looking for a few good co-pilots.
Mental masturbation often simultaneously stimulates my sub-abdominal muscles to the point where by the time I've figured out the right algorithm to apply to a recursive function, I find myself unwittingly dry humping my desk.
We're not going to sit here and try to explain Twin Peaks for the three-quillionth time. Either you've seen it and you like David Lynch and we're already on the same page
Tattoo Age is the new series that takes an inside look at the craft of tattooing.
For this installment of the VICE movie club we selected a coven of smart-funny gals to watch and muse about the trippy, oft-overlooked gem that is "The Witches."
Today Obama repealed the historic "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy of the Clinton administration, which required all homosexuals serving in the Army to conceal their preferred sex organ from their peers.
Some people say filmmakers shouldn't critique other filmmakers' films, but I don't subscribe to that belief.
For the most part, I pretty much feel like Sandra Bernhard and I have been in a very loving, committed relationship for the past 20 years.
I want to briefly take a step back with this column and its vast scope. Many subjects can qualify as "brutal." But what of the invisible brutalities?
If you were reading this introduction in a literary journal, it might say something like Barry Gifford is a singular, prolific force in American letters
It's called Freak City for a reason.
Discerning readers and fans of laughter may have noticed that Rob Delaney's weekly column, Take a Stroll..., was conspicuously absent last Thursday.
I just texted a friend of mine and asked him to give me three words to describe Matthew Barney. He wrote: "Needlessly complicated fashion." That's pretty good.
Well, the conservatives warned us: If we as a society allow same-sex marriage, what will come next? A slippery slope to bestiality was promised
He said his name was Lazy. He's from the Austin neighborhood on Chicago's Far West Side. I met him in Lawndale (also known as K Town), where local history has it the Harlem Globetrotters started.
An interview with Matthew Bate, director of "Shut Up, Little Man!"
Every day in prison is lackluster, but today was exceedingly shitty. I was denied for the third time at the parole board and given another 24-month "hold."
Cooking dope isn't exactly revolutionary, but it does provide a welcome change from spliffs. It will make your home smell of baking instead of stale cigarretes and welfare fraud.
If you read publishing industry news, you might have heard of a book called "The Art of Fielding," when Little Brown gave Chad Harbach--who didn't have a paying job at the time--650 fucking thousand dollars for it.
During a trip to Yemen to meet with Al Qaeda and other rebels, Spike and Shane flew to an island just off the coast of Somalia. While there, Spike decided to film an in-depth interview with Shane about the history of VICE, from its inception to the launch…
I had just removed my shoes in the hot sun outside the Dome of the Rock when an elderly man emerged from the shaded interior and shook his head with practiced firmness. "No. Muslims only."
Over the years, lots of people have visited Viceland.com and asked, "What's up with the 'land'? Why not just VICE.com?"
Silent Bob speaks! (To someone who is tripping balls.)