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Blueberry Morning Is Self-Care You Can Eat for Breakfast
The edge: gone. The mood: lifted.
The Greatest Story Ever to Appear in The Washington Post Turns 20 Today
Wherein an endearingly literal writer unwittingly creates the world's most terrible tiramisu.
'Rick and Morty' Creators Successfully Revive McDonald's 'Mulan' Szechuan Sauce
Dreams can come true—just thank the power of 90s fast food nostalgia.
Fast Food Week
Reflecting on the Burger King Pokémon Disaster of 1999
How kids meal toys at the height of Pokémania led to two deaths and a lot of panic.
Presented by Vans Unbound
What 90s Clothing Ads Look Like With Millennial Models
Nafisa Kaptownwala, creative director of Lorde Inc, revisits her early mood board inspirations with fresh faces.
Show of Bedlam's 'Transfiguration' Blends 90s Grunge and Victorian Horror
Somehow, it works. The nightmares of the 90s are alive in the Montreal post-metal outfit's newest album – stream it here.
Old Rap Shit
That Time in 1999 When Magic Johnson Managed Ma$e
In the late 90s, artists like DMX, Jay Z, and Master P were driving the culture, but one name has somewhat been written out of history as one of the era's biggest stars: Ma$e.
The Heaven's Gate Nikes and the Sneakerheads Who Collect Them
From nondescript dad shoes to rare collectors item, all thanks to a mass suicide.
VICE Long Reads
Was Girl Power Just a Lie?
The Spice Girls co-opted Girl Power from its radical roots and told us we could have it all. Was it true? Or a way for them to sap our pocket money with branded merchandise? Twenty years later, we spoke to those at the centre of it all to find out.
Free Drinks and Sex on the Beach: My Time Working as a Holiday Rep for Club Med
People on vacation, walking around half-naked and drinking all day – it was the definition of sex for sex's sake.
Jean-Pierre, as told to Félix Macherez
PREMIERE: Watch Jeff Buckley's "Everyday People" from His Upcoming Album of Unheard Recordings
The track and video come from the 'You and I.'
Punk, Politics and Paranoia: 2000AD is Still Britain's Most Subversive Comic
It's the Black Mirror of comics, inverting whatever social ill is freaking out the British public