New York

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Exploring New York’s Forgotten Cold War Army Base

Just an hour away from Manhattan, the remains of Fort Tilden feel straight out of a horror flick
Jonathan Turton
2.26.19
LGBTQ

This Artist Collects the Everyday Objects That Define Lesbian Life

Anyone who identifies as lesbian, butch, queer, non-binary, or trans was invited to send personal objects for the display.
Sofia Barrett-Ibarria
2.13.19
Stuff

What Do You Do When You Think You Have a Murderer in the Family?

I've come to believe that my grandmother literally poisoned those around her.
John Reed
1.30.19
Islamberg

What we know about the alleged plot to bomb the Muslim community of Islamberg

“If they had carried out this plot, which every indication is that they were going to, people would have died," Greece Police Chief Patrick Phelan said.
Tess Owen
1.23.19
Views My Own

Somehow, the Catholic Church Is Still Getting Worse

The latest horrific revelations of sexual abuse unpunished show, yet again, that the Church's first tactic is to make excuses and hide.
Alex Norcia
12.21.18
Side Gigs

I'm a Therapist Who Walks Dogs to Stay Sane

After seven or eight hours of listening to people talk about life’s complexities, the simplicity of being with dogs is a relief.
Francesca Sternfeld
12.10.18
The Weakest Link

How Hackers Sell Luxury Hotel Rooms for Next to Nothing

From Bangkok to New York, fraudsters have an established, underground market of selling dirt cheap rooms at 5 star hotels as well as international flights.
Joseph Cox
11.18.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

We Found the Teen Behind That Secret, Viral Shrine to Danny DeVito

"Because of all the trash—if you know 'Always Sunny,' you know that Danny DeVito is known as like the trash man—I was like, 'This is just the perfect person to go with.'"
Drew Schwartz
11.17.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Alec Baldwin Arrested for Being Alec Baldwin

The ill-tempered actor was arrested after allegedly punching someone over a parking spot.
Eve Peyser
11.2.18
Late Capitalism

The Story Behind the Mysterious Guillotine on a Brooklyn Roof

"I don't know if it can kill, but it can definitely maim," the artist who built it told us.
Matt Taylor
10.21.18
Photography

What Brooklyn Really Looked Like in the 70s and 80s

"Rents were so low, you could work and make a decent living without a college degree."
Seth Ferranti
9.18.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Town Is Freaking Out About Its New 'Crack Pipe Vending Machines'

Locals in Suffolk County have smashed at least one of the machines, selling "sketch pens" for $2, with sledgehammers.
Drew Schwartz
9.11.18
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