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Brazil’s Biggest Afro-Brazilian Festival Celebrates a Sacred Sea Goddess

Pictures of the annual festival that honors Iemanjá, the most popular deity in the Candomblé and Umbanda religions.
Carla Castellotti
2.19.18
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Photography

Photos of the Ultra Wealthy, from Above

The 1 percent don't want you to know how they live.
Tiffy Thompson
2.15.18
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Photography

Photographs of Butt Bouquets for Valentine's Day

Photographer Jessica Pettway gives some tips on how to avoid boring and generic arrangements.
Jessica Pettway
2.14.18
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Music

This Taxi Driver Was a Superstar in Ethiopia

In the 1960s and 70s, Hailu Mergia was a famous musician in Addis Ababa. But in the 80s, he made the painful decision to leave. Now he's poised for a comeback.
Avery L. White
2.13.18
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Photography

Just Some Great Photos of a Pagan Festival Where People Dress Up as Demons with Pigtails

At the Surva festival, Bulgarians don bear, demon and priest costumes to welcome spring and ward off the evil spirits of winter.
VICE Staff
2.9.18
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Photography

Vintage 70s Selfies Show an Artist Discovering Her Sexuality

Playing dress up and shooting self-portraits at her parents' house in the suburbs coaxed Meryl Meisler out of the closet and into herself.
Miss Rosen
2.8.18
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Photos

Inside the Private Spaces Women Can Call Their Own

Rania Matar's photos of teen girls in their bedrooms celebrate similarities between America and the Middle East.
Elyssa Goodman
1.31.18
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NEW ZEALAND

Photographing the ‘Cannibal Wind’ of the South Island

Can a wind send you mad? Canterbury’s famous Nor’wester has been linked to higher rates of crime, deaths from organ failure and mental distress.
Tess McClure
1.31.18
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Photos

Eleven People Told Us Their Heartbreaking Dreams of Dead Loved Ones

These stories will haunt you.
Roc Morin
1.24.18
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native americans

The California Tribe the Government Tried to Erase in the 60s

The Nisenan tribe of the California Central Valley are fighting to regain recognition from the federal government.
Avery L. White
Brooke Schueller
1.17.18
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Photography

27 Years Worth Of Images Tell The Story Of One Survivor

'An Autobiography of Miss Wish' by Nina Berman charts the turbulent life of a survivor of trafficking, abuse and homelessness.
Bruno Bayley
1.5.18
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Photos

Drunkenness and Dreams On London's First Late-Night Overground Service

Photographer Orlando Gili captured what unfolded after the opening of the Night Overground.
Orlando Gili
12.20.17