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Features

A Journal of Lil Wayne's Time in Prison Will Be Released in October

Yes!!!!!!!
Noisey Staff
6.29.16
Longreads Or Whatever

Lou Reed's Life in the Suburbs, 'Transformer,' and the Days after the Velvet Underground

Check out an excerpt from Aidan Levy's new book on the rock legend.
9.28.15
Stuff

A World-Famous Shock Cartoonist Is Publishing the Ultimate Life Guide for Tweens

Before there was Ted, there was Mr. Wiggles, another drunken teddy bear whose author has now written a comic guide for middle schoolers.
Kristel Jax
7.8.15
Travel

Sarah Pannell's Photos of the Mundane and the Exotic

We talked to the Melbourne photographer about shooting in Turkey and being respectful of other cultures.
Sarah Pannell
5.22.15
Photo

Gerd Ludwig Photographs the Effects of the World's Biggest Nuclear Catastrophe

Gerd Ludwig, Words by Alina Rudya
5.1.15
Stuff

This Is Why We Cry When We Watch Films

We spoke to Dr Jeffrey Zacks, a professor of psychology who's written a book about our neurological responses to cinema.
Huw Oliver
4.13.15
Photo

Nothing Beats Reality: Pierre Winther's Eye Candy Photographs

The renowned photographer on creating visual worlds that people can get sucked into.
Grey Hutton
4.5.15
Photo

Acid, Passion and Dried Blood: Photos from Murder Scenes in 1880s Paris

VICE Staff
3.31.15
vice meets

VICE Meets: Nick Cave

John Doran sits down with Nick Cave to talk about the release of his new book, <i>The Sick Bag Song</i> – an epic poem written, quite literally, on aeroplane sick bags.
Vice Beta
3.27.15
Le Reve

My Reunion with Christiane F

Brad Elterman reconnects with the mysterious and reclusive Christiane F. for the first time since 1981.
Brad Elterman
3.5.15
Film

Christian Grey Is the Basic Bitch Version of Patrick Bateman

<i>Fifty Shades</i> was less 'sex-fuelled chick flick' and more 'Capitalist nightmare'.
Roisin Kiberd
2.17.15
Film

We Spoke to the Women Protesting Against the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Film

Stop Porn Culture and 50 Shades Is Abuse are two organisations that believe the film is dangerous in its promotion of violence against women.
Clare Wiley
2.10.15
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