Lately, I feel that the way I've lived for years—in hyperconscious, hypervigilant awareness of everything I put in my mouth—no longer serves to quell my depression and anxiety. It actually exacerbates it.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we go to a weekend retreat in Spain where participants take ayahuasca to go on a spiritual journey.
While the rest of the immature adults I know are busy watching Game of Thrones, I'm over here watching a show about an optimistic eight-year-old butterball with a lisp who lives in a poor fictional town in Arizona.
Why is it so easy for long-haul truck drivers to get away with violent crimes?
Find a dealer you like and never let go.
After my dad died, I wanted nothing to do with his guns. Years later, they revealed a connection we never had in life.
You're supposed to get better there, but you can get so much worse.
Which topic has the ability to break the Internet, cultivate a loyal following, and entice harsh criticism? Women's body hair.
The series star gets emotional about pride in the wake of Orlando and this season of Orange Is the New Black.
People grabbed baseball bats from the shelves, and a 17-year-old split a guy's head open with a can of food.
"My parents, my friend, and I ended up having a white Christmas."
As Orange Is the New Black wraps up its fourth season, the Dominican-American actress tells Broadly about raising her daughter right, plastic surgery, and why she just wants pants that sit right.
It's not just students taking modafinil to help them power through their workload.
Growing up, I always wanted sisters and brothers. But I had no idea how many I'd find when I signed up for the Donor Sibling Registry.
No one is quite sure exactly what a millennial is, but everyone knows that it's bad to be one.
A new book offers a mesmerizing look at life among the most violent sections of early 20th-century America's Chinese underclass.
RECHARGE/HER is the product of a weeklong womyn-only, tech-free residency program in Connecticut.
We investigate the underground market for stolen cars on the first episode of Black Market, and learn about hacktivist group Anonymous's next move on CYBERWAR.
He escaped with only a few scratches.
They called him "Robin Hood on a motorcycle," and Leroy Bolden held it down in New Haven until coke got the better of him.
Photographer Poem Baker ran into the Jûngølā Klöwñz while working on a project about club kids and underground performance art, and she hasn't stopped taking pictures of them since.
Shout, Recount, Get Drunk studies whiskey and human interaction via poetry and public performance.
Real talk between writers Jenny Zhang, Tanwi Nandini Islam, and Karan Mahajan on race, writing, parents, sex, and the ongoing creation of the Asian American canon.
Meet some of the organizations working to give disabled animals a shot at a normal life.