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Naomi Harris Talks About Photographing US Voters in Trump's First 100 Days

We also speak with Abdullah Saeed about his trek to find hallucinogenic honey in Nepal, and Sharif Corinaldi explains why computer programmers are hacking their way through dating apps on 'The VICE Magazine Podcast.'
Ellis Jones
London, GB
Photo by Naomi Harris

The VICE Magazine Podcast is your definitive monthly guide to enlightening information. Each episode brings in-depth interviews, sonically rich cultural insights, and a rare glimpse into how we make the issue.

Since we don't put out an issue in July, this month we're revisiting some of our favorite magazine stories, from Tinder hacks to psychedelic honey.

Here's our table of contents:

• Abdullah Saeed, VICE's resident weed connoisseur, shares his tale of trekking up the Himalayas in search of hallucinogenic honey.


• Photo editor Elizabeth Renstrom talks to Naomi Harris about her 100-day journey across the US, when she documented surprising stories of American voters.

Sharif Corinaldi joins deputy editor Erika Allen to discuss why some computer programmers are developing hacks to streamline the online-dating process.

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Come back in August for the next episode. And did you know you can get 100-plus glossy pages delivered to your doorstep each month by clicking here to subscribe to the print issue of VICE magazine?