Traumatized by the deaths of two of his friends in a truck-bomb attack, Tony Macie was prescribed conventional medication to treat his PTSD after returning to the US. When that wasn't working out for him, he started to research alternative remedies.
In 1996, Todd wrote "acid novel" Wisdom's Maw under the influence of 500-microgram doses of LSD-25. The novelist would drop as soon as his wife went to work and be back inside corporeality by the time she got home. I spent 36 years as an acid head, and it…
Here's a letter from a self-proclaimed old person who reads VICE. Send us more letters, olds. You shall be heard. The world may be fast-moving and scary to you, but you have a calm friend in VICE. Let us be your most trusted media outlet during your final…
The weekend-long expo allows nostalgic movie buffs to meet some people from M.A.S.H. (the movie, not the TV show) and the Soup Guy from Seinfeld, among others—all for $20. It's the deal of the century, if you're totally lame.
The trademark of Doctor Death was injecting gasoline into healthy people's hearts and keeping their skulls as trophies. But despite his horrific crimes, he managed to mostly evade the authorities, and when they did finally catch up with him, in the early
I rooted for Lindsay when I heard she was starring in Lindsay, a reality show on OWN about her journey to recovery, but after watching a few episodes, I realized the show wasn't about sobriety—it was about a public execution.
As editor-in-chief of the erotic magazine, Jacques, Danielle has put a modern spin on the classic 70s porn aesthetic. The girls of Jacques are shot totally on film, untouched by Photoshop, and sport more than just a little bush.
Mohsen, like most Muslims, believes that permanent tattoos are haram, or forbidden. In Iran, the government dubs anyone with a tattoo a criminal, and the punishment for getting one can be up to six months in prison and a hundred lashings.
In Northern California, where grow operations have boomed since the state's 1996 decision to legalize medical marijuana, pot cultivation is drying up the creeks and streams where the state's coho salmon and steelhead trout swim.
Ever the pop culture juggernaut, Jeremy's talents shine far beyond the spotlight that's been trained on his bedroom exploits since 1979. Now, on Record Store Day, he will be releasing a seven-inch called "Understanding and Appreciating Classical Music wit…
Ever since the whole Crimea incident, rumors have been flying around that Taiwan will formally attempt to declare independence from China, and that Misrata will attempt to do the same in Libya. Declaring independence is all the rage in international polit…
For centuries New Zealand flightless birds and slow-moving reptiles lived without fear of native predators. This golden era ended when the British showed up on rat-infested ships. Now rats are the key player in the destruction of the country's forestry.
Every city has its visual cliches. The stereotypes, falsehoods and cheery slices of xenophobia sold to us on cheap postcards and in crap films that reduce the world's great cities to a handful of worn out cultural cues.
A self-described "performance artist" named Kayvon Edson attempted to stage a reenactment of the Boston Marathon bombing on the day of the tragedy's one-year anniversary. If this was a plea for attention, I guess it worked.
We need a new way to make sweeping assumptions about entire populations, and what better place to start than drugs? After all, there's so much you can tell about a person from their drug of choice. Wouldn't it be great if we could apply the same logic to