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News

All the News You Need to Read This Morning

Alcohol dependency is at a record high, but fewer people are being treated.
VICE Staff
9.13.18
music videos

Pussy Riot Release New "Track About a Good Cop" Video After World Cup Protest

The song came out after news broke that four of their members had been sent to jail for running onto the pitch at Sunday's World Cup Final.
Alex Robert Ross
7.18.18
Music

Pussy Riot Member Sentenced After On-Field Protest at the World Cup Final

Veronica Nikulshina, the first member to face the court, was sentenced to 15 days of administrative arrest at a special prison and was banned from attending future sporting events.
Noisey en Español
7.17.18
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

See Miguel's "Shitty Emo Cover" of "Make America Great Again" by Pussy Riot

Try to keep your composure.
Lauren O'Neill
8.18.17
PUSSY RIOT

Live the Pussy Riot Experience

Pussy Riot's Nadya Tolokonnikova is planning to take you to prison.
Patrick Heardman
8.11.17
PUSSY RIOT

'No Riot No Pussy' – Pussy Riot On Their Newest Protest Action

We had a chat with Nadya Tolokonnikova about her series of projections aimed at world leaders.
Patrick Heardman
6.28.17
russia

Interview With Pussy Riot: “Putin Is Just the Face of a Huge Machine”

VICE talks with Masha Alyokhina, five years after that first infamous performance.
Maddison Connaughton
6.25.17
beer

These Female Brewers Have Created Anti-Trump Beers

“It will look like a delicate beer but it will knock you on your ass.”
Daisy Meager
1.6.17
Art

Wes Anderson Directed a New Commercial and It's Super Cute: Last Week in Art

Also, Kanye West’s childhood home is being turned into a Arts Center for disadvantaged youth.
Nathaniel Ainley
11.28.16
Smash Hits and Superstars

This Month’s Best Music, Reviewed by Alaska Thunderfuck

The drag queen and dance music superstar spills the tea on everything from Scottish rap and Metallica to Lil Yachty, and also why she loves saying, “Vagina”.
Daisy Jones
11.16.16
Longreads Or Whatever

From Iran to Guatemala: How Women Are Driving Music’s Political Revolution

Whether its navigating a warzone, or becoming a public figure in a violent patriarchal society, these artists are using their music to become important voices of the times we live in.
Emma Garland
11.3.16
Art

Greek Experts Reopened Jesus' Tomb | Last Week in Art

No word on whether Vine will resurface three days after its upcoming burial.
Nathaniel Ainley
10.31.16
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