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Ten Years of Power Trip, Texas Hardcore Heroes

A look at the legacy of the Dallas hardcore band, who recently celebrated their 10th anniversary with a hometown mosh-gala.
Andy O'Connor
11.27.18
true crime

Horrifying New Podcast 'Dr. Death' Tells the True Story of a Killer Surgeon

The six-episode series examines what happens when our healthcare system fails to "do no harm".
Lauren Messman
9.4.18
Premieres

Asian Doll Shares Chilly New Single "Arm Froze," Releases New Album 'Doll SZN'

The Dallas rapper returns for her sixth project 'Doll SZN,' leading with "Arm Froze."
Kristin Corry
5.8.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

One Passenger Is Dead After an Engine Exploded on a US Flight

This is the first death on a US airline in more than nine years.
Mack Lamoureux
4.18.18
WTF

If You Still Have a Big Mouth Billy Bass, Give It to This Restaurant

There are now nine Flying Fish restaurants, and each one of them has a Billy Bass Adoption Center.
Jelisa Castrodale
9.18.17
Premieres

Cuban Doll is the Perfect Combination of Aaliyah and Chief Keef

We're premiering "Exposya," off the Dallas rapper's upcoming mixtape, 'Aaliyah Keef.'
Tyler Benz
9.15.17
Interviews

Power Trip Wants to Build a New Underground Resistance

The politically-charged Texas thrashers aren't afraid to speak out against oppression—and as vocalist Riley Gale told us, there's a lot of work to do
Louise Brown
3.1.17
refugees

How One Syrian Family Navigated the Weekend Airport Chaos

Najah al-Shalmeih was saved from legal limbo thanks to her green card, but others weren't so lucky.
Justin Glawe and Sarah Bertness
1.30.17
Art

A Nasty Shower for a Diaper Baby President | Monday Insta Illustrator

Illustrator Rob Israel reimagines The Lion King featuring our new President.
Nathaniel Ainley
1.23.17
Noisey News

Okay, Jeremih Has Finally Been Kicked off of His Tour with PARTYNEXTDOOR

That’s what happens when you (allegedly) send a body double out in a hoodie to play your shows.
Alex Robert Ross
12.5.16
Art

90 Miles of Rainbow Thread Make String Art in the San Antonio Airport

Gabriel Dawe's colorful spiderweb thrills travelers in the airport's ticketing area.
Beckett Mufson
10.12.16
texas

This Legendary Gunmaker Moonlights As a Restaurant Dishwasher

His guns designs can be sold for up to $60,000 per custom job, but the legendary Texas gunmaker, El Gorupo, balances his time by working as a dishwasher at his family's Mexican restaurants, which serve some of Fort Worth's best tacos.
José Ralat
9.23.16
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