Rob Zombie Hates Christmas
We talked to the musician and director about his film '31', creepy clowns, and what his Christmas movie would be like.
We Asked a Lawyer What Immigrants Should Do to Cope with a Trump Presidency
"If we make America unwelcoming enough, I suppose people may no longer want to come."
What It's Like to See the World for Almost No Money by Traveling on Container Ships
Are you flexible about time? Are you cool with being rocked out of bed by a storm? Container ship travel might be for you!
What Happens When Your Friends Get Abducted and Sold into Marriage
We spoke to the filmmaker behind a new documentary about the abduction and sale of women as brides in China.
No, Weed Doesn't Make You a Better Driver
"If you go back 40 to 50 years, people thought, <i>I'm only going to have a drink or two because it relaxes me, so I'm a safer driver, a calmer driver.</i>"
The Chief Historian of the AIDS Crisis Explains How to Survive a Trump Administration
David France, author of <i>How to Survive a Plague: The Inside Story of How Citizens and Science Tamed AIDS</i>, recounts lessons from the crisis and tells us how to prepare for Trump.
This Guy Is Walking Across America Barefoot to Protest Climate Change
So far, Mark Baumer has logged two months of walking and raised thousands of dollars.
Pablo Larraín on 'Jackie,' 'Neruda,' and Making Biopics That Don't Suck
We talked to the prolific Chilean director about his two celebrated new films, 'Jackie' and 'Neruda.'
How Does Caretaking Affect Our Sex Lives?
What happens when our lover or close friend becomes our primary caretaker or vice versa? How does illness shift, reinforce, or overturn a relationship's health?
Meet the Man Dedicating His Life to Uncovering Rare Mushrooms
VICE talked to Alan Rockefeller, a mushroom expert who took Hamilton on a trip to find both psychedelic and dangerous mushrooms on ‘Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia.'
Bob the Drag Queen Tells Us How to Fight Trump
Drag has always functioned as activism. One of the drag world's most beloved queens tells us how they're harnessing it.
This Playwright Brings the Pain and Power of the Black Experience to the Stage
We caught up with first-time playwright Cyrus Aaron about his stellar debut, 'Someday,' which explores what it's like to live under the shadow of racism in America.
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