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THE LOOKING GLASS ISSUE

Playful Disobedience: The Welfare Game

Protesting is hard work. Next time you're marching, try this game of competitive penny-pinching.
Molleindustria and Harry Josephine Giles
4.15.17
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The War on the War on Drugs

Vancouver harm reduction goes to a Costa Rican jungle rave.
Allison Tierney
4.5.17
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Elliott Brown Jr.'s Photos Question His Audience's Preconceived Notions

His images touch on the intimacy, vulnerability, and social perception of the body.
VICE Staff
4.3.17
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Inside the US Postal Service's Investigation into the DC Madam

Revisiting one of the biggest scandals to rock Washington, DC.
Jason Leopold
4.3.17
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How Does Global Trade Work?

The world has become a vast, interlinked, and sometimes interdependent marketplace.
Haisam Hussein
4.3.17
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April's Best Books, Comics, Video Games, and Films

From new graphic novel 'Pretending Is Lying' to 'Zelda: Breath of the Wild," and more.
Noah Kulwin, Alex Norcia, and more
4.3.17
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Disney May Rule, But Gator Wrestling and Roadside Attractions Remain in Florida

Kitsch and environmental consciousness may save the state's independent tourism industry.
Tyler Gillespie
4.3.17
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A Plastic Baby Jesus from New Orleans

While on location, some people we spoke to gave us multicolored cakes. Inside each king cake, as they're called, was a miniature figurine, apparently meant to bring good luck to whoever finds it.
Roberto Ferdman
4.3.17
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A Career-Long Love Affair with Strobes and the Perfect Shot

Michael Northrup's unique perspective on the snapshot aesthetic.
Michael Northrup
4.3.17
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One Bottle of Peppermint Schnapps with Patricia Lockwood

Lockwood is an accomplished poet who can draw a sharp line from geopolitics to dick jokes.
Lauren Oyler
4.3.17
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'Retreat'

Short fiction from the April issue of VICE Magazine.
Tim Parks
4.3.17
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We're 30 Seconds Closer to Doomsday

Six days after Donald Trump was inaugurated, the Doomsday Clock's hands moved to two and a half minutes to midnight—the closest they had been since 1953.
Livia Albeck-Ripka
4.3.17
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