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Two Nursing Home Escapees Were Found at the World's Biggest Metal Fest

They were "disoriented and dazed" by the time the cops finally tracked them down.
Drew Schwartz
8.7.18
Culture
Culture

A Wrongfully Jailed Artist Confronts America's Legacy of Slavery

“Our country makes money off of black bodies by keeping them in jail,” says Gianni Lee.
Genel Ambrose
7.20.18
Metal as hell
Metal as hell

Meet Vancouver's Dark Lord of Karaoke

When he stands at a microphone, Arcanabyss Brooks is beyond mortal. His fans even chant his name.
Cole Nowicki
7.5.18
true crime
true crime

The Grim Story of Hells Angels Killing a Black Teen at a Rolling Stones Concert

The unhinged free show put a lid on the freewheeling 60s, but the racial dimension to the bloodshed is inescapable.
Seth Ferranti
7.3.18
Festivals
Festivals

How Our Bodies Adapt to Withstand Festivals

This is how your body and brain helps you push through that four-day bender.
David Hillier
6.14.18
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The VICE Guide to Right Now

Of Course Trump Doesn't Know the Words to 'God Bless America'

Another day another weird display of faux patriotism from the president.
Eve Peyser
6.6.18
Film
Film

From ‘25th Hour’ to ‘BlacKkKlansman’: The Man Behind Spike Lee's Music

Troubled by racism, the NFL and police brutality, Terence Blanchard plays on.
Noel Ransome
5.29.18
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The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Unlicensed Surgeon Filmed Rap Videos While Operating on Her Patients

Videos show Dr Windell Boutte singing and dancing to everything from "Bad and Boujee" to "Brick House" while her patients appear unconscious on the operating table.
Drew Schwartz
5.24.18
Photo
Photo

The Women Who Crashed the 70s LA Punk Scene

"Maybe that’s the punkness of being female: Don't ask for permission, don’t seek male approval, just do it for yourself."
Miss Rosen
5.22.18
Opioids
Opioids

An Opioid Popularised by a Nazi Doctor Is Ravaging Africa

The former director of the drug enforcement agency in Nigeria estimated in 2016 that seven in ten boys were abusing drugs like tramadol.
Ben Westhoff
5.21.18
Essays
Essays

The Magnetism of Sadness and Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchison

Hutchison, 36, died after years of struggling with depression. But during that time he made joyous poetry out of being a boring adult still struggling to figure your shit out.
Josh Visser
5.14.18
radar radio
radar radio

The Rise and Demise of Radar Radio

At the beginning of 2018, Radar was arguably the most exciting digital radio station in the UK. Now, following allegations of assault and appropriation, it's all falling apart.
Poppy Noor
5.11.18