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food news

A Coffee Company Fooled the Internet With a 'Construction Guy' Fake Influencer

The Austin construction worker who went viral on Instagram turned out to be a marketing campaign for Cuvée Coffee.
Bettina Makalintal
6.18.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Watch This Guy Launch an All-Out Rescue Mission for a 'Christmas Vacation' Dummy

There are still some good people out there, apparently.
River Donaghey
12.3.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Competitive Beard Grower Admits He Helped Run Massive Dark Web Drug Site

"OxyMonster" worked his way from a lowly vendor to a top dog at Dream Market, one of the biggest drug trafficking sites on the dark web.
Drew Schwartz
6.12.18
Music

Smoke Some Weed, Take a Walk, and Read This Interview With Neil Young

Sixty years into an iconic career, Young is still fighting back against the recording industry. In a rare interview, he talks to Noisey about art, algorithms, and the likelihood of music saving the world.
Andrea Domanick
Alex Robert Ross
3.23.18
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Suspected bomber in Texas left behind 25-minute recording, Trump going after China on trade, spending bill includes some gun-control half-measures, and more.
VICE Staff
3.22.18
Essays

SXSW Might Be Good Again

SXSW used to suck, but so did I.
Jeff Weiss
3.20.18
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

White House denies (again) plan to fire Mueller, another explosion in Austin injures two, UK and EU strike a deal on Brexit transition, and more.
VICE Staff
3.19.18
The 2017 Music Issue

In Austin, Country Dancing Isn't Corny Anymore

The city's honky tonk resurgence is two-stepping into the future, with a twist.
Andy O'Connor
11.8.17
Features

Austin's Dance Scene Is as Weird as the Rest of the City

Enterprising DJs, promoters, and producers explain how they're making a space for electronic sounds in "the live music capital of the world."
Dan Gentile
8.16.17
LGBTQ

The Final Battle Over Texas's Anti-Trans 'Bathroom Bill'

Businesses, parents, schools, faith leaders, and a hockey team are lining up to oppose legislation backed by hardline social conservatives.
Meredith Hoffman
8.10.17
politics

The Texas Gerrymandering Trial Could Change All of America

Why you should care that a fight over congressional districts in the Lone Star State—federal judges called the current setup unfair to people of color—is back in court.
Mike Pearl
7.14.17
Photography

Lil Yachty's Tour Scrapbook Is Fit for the King (of Teens)

Austin-based artist Nicholas Osella used his cut and paste ‘remixing’ style to turn tour photographer Curtis Kariuki’s images into the Lil Yachty Scrapbook.
Kevin Holmes
6.27.17
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