Attending the ‘World’s Biggest UFO Conference’ Showed Me It's a Golden Age for Believers
We spoke to attendees of ‘Contact in the Desert’ about the US military’s recent acknowledgement that UFOs are maybe a thing.
Quebec Police Set Up Special Task Force to Deal With Latest Mob War
Experts say power struggles within the Sicilian Mafia and against rival factions like the Calabrian Ndrangheta are likely to end with more violence and police can do little to stop it.
Bill Hader on the Dark Arts of Running an HBO Show
We spoke to Hader about season two of ‘Barry,’ auteur film theory, and how being a cop in 'Superbad' helped him prepare for the most interesting role of his career.
80s Wrestling Is Alive and Well in Montreal
We spoke to the Spandex gladiators of the WTA and ICW about the past, present, and future of wrestling in Quebec.
How Canadian Police Try To Get You to Confess to a Crime
We spoke to an RCMP investigator about the psychology behind the modern approach to “interviewing” suspects.
Pete Holmes’ ‘Crashing’ Takes on the Misogynist Dinosaurs of Comedy
The comedian talks Christianity, Louis C.K, and the threat of “sleeper dorks.”
A Mob Associate, Who Survived Many Previous Shootings, Killed in Montreal
Tony Magi lived life on the edge, even by Montreal’s organized crime standards. He was shot in the head and killed Thursday morning.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Canada Has Finally Killed the Four Food Groups
In the new food guide, Canadians are no longer being told to eat like a World War Two soldier.
A Dispatch from the Hells Angels Wedding Event of the Season
A senior Hells Angels member married the daughter of a notorious drug dealer this weekend in Montreal and everyone, including the Mafia, showed up.
Drew Michael on Making the 'Most Polarizing' Stand-Up Special of the Year
Michael, a former SNL writer, recorded a special without an audience or much consideration for the conventions of stand-up.
How Ketchup Chips Became Edible Canadiana
The history of Canada’s favourite chip flavour.
Ari Shaffir Is Tearing Down God in His New Stand-Up Hour
We spoke to comedian Ari Shaffir about exploring religion and identity in a time of political correctness.