If you're looking for the finest weed California has to offer, you probably won't find it in California.
For six years I've been struggling to beat a heroin addiction, and I'm convinced that trying to switch over to methadone isn't the answer—but the people in charge of drug policy in the UK disagree.
The next time you see an ad for a movie that looks terrible, just know: your tax dollars paid for that.
Life contains everything: tear gas in Ferguson, books read on the grass, journalist James Foley's murder, dancing in New Orleans till sunrise blots the stars. We're meat—fragile and finite. But joy is survival.
This week's VICE Meets is a conversation about the militarization of America's police force, with journalist and author of Rise of the Warrior Cop, Radley Balko.
Günther Weiglein can't grow his own weed, despite a court ruling that he is allowed to do so. Authorities insist that your apartment be as secure as Fort Knox, and you have to finance these renovations yourself.
We're throwing a party in downtown Los Angeles to celebrate our 2014 photo issue—and lucky you, you're invited!
In our second installment of Genitales, we interviewed women about their vaginas.
The newest version of the game encourages players to think critically about gender as a historical construct at the same time that they're deciding whether to be "Quarion the elvaan druid" or "Havilar the dragonborn sorcerer."
After one woman was shamed for breast-feeding in the Beverly Hills Anthropologie, a group of moms staged a "nurse-in" at the store. But the real action isn't taking place in a trendy clothing store—it's happening on the internet.
Last month, archaeologists on the Greek island of Ithaca found a couple of dicks etched into a cliff face at the Bay of Vathy. Aside from their age, what made the finding unique was the archeologists' willingness to openly discuss the sexual aspect of the…
Why are American police officers shooting so many of their suspects? I asked Emily Iland, an advocate for safer police interactions, how we can all learn to better avoid a "stray bullet" from the cops.
A summer filled with police violence has inspired a student from America's most segregated city to confront modern racism.
Though casting himself as a bold teller of truths, more often than not the Reverend Al Sharpton serves the agenda of those in power.
"Voss" could be the name of a cult European fashion designer. It could be the name of a guy in an 80s synth-pop trio. But it's not. It's water—overpriced, overrated, bottled water.
Terence McKenna viewed cannabis, psilocybin, DMT, LSD, and other psychedelics as "catalysts of intellectual dissent." He believed that they were illegal "not because it troubles anyone that you have visions" but because "there is something about them that…
This month, Faber published A Guide for the Perplexed, a compendium of conversations between Herzog and the writer Paul Cronin. As a testament from one of the world's most prolific filmmakers, it reads almost as self-help.
Dropping bombs is sold as a way to liberate women, but it's also how some men get off.
Iraqi immigrant Bassim Al-Shaker has been beaten up and burglarized for the art he creates, which are mostly oil paintings of landscapes and horses.
It didn't occur to me that New York made any progress on medical marijuana until I attended a cannabis industry luncheon in Manhattan a couple of weeks ago.
Anand Gopal talked to us about the beheading of journalists and why the US needs to stay the hell out of Iraq.
We caught up with them to talk about their new show, their storytelling influences, the underlying terror that lies beneath the surface of the everyday, and... boys!
In 1978 I was working at a portrait studio in a mall in Orange County and living with my soon-to-be ex-wife. She had given me the green light to sleep around, but I was still miserable.
Most sports betting is still underground, but the internet has made it more convenient. Paying off your illegal gambling debts, however, will never be as painless as paying for an MP3.