food news

Conservationists Fuming After Dead Shark Carcass 'Paraded' and Cooked at Seafood Festival

The shark was "bycatch" that had been snared by a commercial fishing net, but ocean advocates were not impressed.
Jelisa Castrodale
35 minutes ago

My Father Was Left Out of Martin Scorsese's Bob Dylan Movie

My late father's extensive contributions were left on the cutting room floor of 'Rolling Thunder Revue.' So I went looking for his legacy.
Julien Levy
35 minutes ago

Shrimp and Oyster Po'Boys Recipe

Why choose one kind of seafood for your po'boy when you can have two?
Isaac Toups
35 minutes ago

Behind the U.S.'s Bogus War on Taliban Drug Labs

America has spent tens of millions of dollars blowing up heroin and meth labs in Afghanistan. Except many of them are just huts.
Mike Power
2 hours ago
big tech

Facebook and Twitter Aren’t Even Pretending to Take the FEC Seriously Anymore

Representatives for both companies all but ghosted an FEC-hosted discussion about what the platforms are doing to fight misinformation and foreign interference in 2020.
David Uberti
12 hours ago

Sarah Silverman, Who Did Blackface, Doesn’t Think You Should ‘Cancel’ People

"It’s almost like there’s a mutated McCarthy era, where any comic better watch anything they say."
Josh Terry
14 hours ago
Astro Guide

Daily Horoscopes: September 18, 2019

The moon is in Taurus today.
Annabel Gat
14 hours ago

Why Roxane Gay Thinks 'Red at the Bone’ Is Just Like the Movie ‘Speed’

Roxane Gay’s book club is back for its second installment, with the new novel by Jacqueline Woodson.
Pieter Colpaert
14 hours ago

Lyft Allegedly Kept a Driver on the Platform Who Held a Passenger at Gunpoint While Two Other Men Raped Her

Since August 1, the ride share giant has been sued for sexual assault by at least 26 passengers, who say the company has failed to remove rapists from the app and “dismisses and ignores” safety concerns.
Lauren Kaori Gurley
14 hours ago
personal finance

It Doesn't Matter if Your Food Is Late—Don't Harass Your Delivery Person

Lizzo accused a Postmates courier of stealing her food, although the miscommunication was her fault. It's a symptom of broader disrespect for service workers in precarious jobs.
Harron Walker
14 hours ago

Welcome to Buyables

The Vice Guide to Shopping Online
VICE Staff
14 hours ago

The Trump Administration Wants to Start Charging Immigrants Nearly $1,000 to Appeal Their Deportations, Report Says

The fee used to be $110. That's more than a 700% increase.
Gaby Del Valle
15 hours ago