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The VICE Guide to Right Now

This McDonald's Allegedly Sold Burgers, Fries, and a Bunch of Cocaine

"Operation Off the Menu" uncovered a manager allegedly stuffing the drugs in cookie bags alongside McDoubles and fries.
Drew Schwartz
10.5.17
Noisey Next

Princess Nokia and the Art of Doing What You Want

The New York rapper is a mainstay of the New York underground. Now she looks to what's next.
Noisey Staff
9.7.17
Essays

"Bodak Yellow" Is Just the Beginning of Cardi B's Reign

With "Bodak Yellow," Cardi B has stepped out from being a social media star and established herself as a rapper to be taken seriously.
Amani Bin Shikhan
8.2.17
Basketball

New York Cop Drains Ridiculous Three Over the Fence

More important: listen to the kid trying to get him to engage in some illegal sports betting.
Liam Daniel Pierce
5.28.17
Collage

Annie Legnini Recycles Items to Create Portraits Showcasing the Multicultural Experience of the Bronx

'The Bronx Faces' series is made up of Q-tips, Pokemon cards, coffee filters, and other materials.
Edenized Perez
4.3.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Man Died After the NYPD Tasered Him

According to police, the man threatened officers with a glass bottle when they confronted him.
VICE Staff
11.4.16
Art

Graffiti Icon Crash Serves Up an Animated One-Two Punch in Chelsea

Culling from pop culture and comic book lore, the Nuyorican artist continues to produce dazzling murals both locally and globally.
Jasmin Hernandez
10.19.16
New music

Kool Keith’s “Life” Features Sadat X and a Sample From Malcolm X

The Bronx hip-hop veteran is set to release his 21st album.
Noisey Staff
9.6.16
rap

Pick Up Ball with A$AP Twelvyy at Castle Hill Projects

In the premier episode of our new series Pick Ups, Fernando Perez heads up to the Bronx to meet Twelvyy on the courts at his native Castle Hill Projects to revisit his glory days and talk about how Lil B blessed the Knicks.
VICE Sports
5.23.16
Features

All the Reasons to Love 80s Freestyle—According to the Diehards Who Were There

Crazy stories and fond memories of a Bronx-born music genre that took over nightclubs and airwaves in the 80s.
Luis Nieto Dickens and Michelle Lhooq
5.18.16
News

After Two Years in Solitary, This Mother’s Healing Has Just Begun

"I'm talking to you, and I'm alive, but physically, spiritually, mentally—I died."
Spencer Woodman
3.23.16
Stuff

Men of Colour on What It's Like Getting Busted for Weed in Today's New York City

The NYPD has softened penalties for possessing pot, but law enforcement still hits some people harder than everyone else.
John Surico
3.10.16
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