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Conservatives and Progressives Debate Feminism (Extended Version)

Progressive and conservative women hash it out in the VICE office.

Mystery Girl: The Other Loch Ness Monster

The world is riddled with strange and unsolved mysteries. VICE's Amelia Dimoldenberg is on a mission to investigate and crack them once and for all.

The Mystery Girl: The UK's Area 51

The world is riddled with strange and unsolved mysteries. Is Wiltshire the UK's Area 51? VICE's Amelia Dimoldenberg is on a mission to investigate the UK's greatest unsolved mysteries and crack them once and for all.

'Vivarium,' a Horror Movie About Being Trapped at Home, Is Perfect for Quarantine

VICE spoke to Jesse Eisenberg, Imogen Poots, and director Lorcan Finnegan about the film that unwittingly predicted life during COVID-19.

After Independent Movie Theaters Closed for COVID-19, Some May Never Reopen

"If this really does last for two months, I have absolutely no idea what I'm going to do."

The Other Asian Mothers

Nearly every Asian mother character in American movies is a cruel, ambitious 'tiger mom.' Inspired by the photography of Yuan Yao, Kristen Yoonsoo Kim reflects on all the Asian mothers that fall outside that category—including her own.

'High Maintenance' Season Four Is a Wholesome Reminder of a Normal New York

After the city's "stay home" guidelines were put place in the middle of the season, the show feels like a pleasant alternate universe.

Nervous Recs: If You Like Teen Drama and Hot Aliens, Watch 'Roswell'

Pod people, interspecies makeouts, and Dave Matthews Band are just a few of the things that make this late 90s teen drama a perfect quarantine watch.

The Revolution Might Be Televised

Anti-capitalist media has long struggled to find a way of existing within the system it rails against. Can Means TV change that?

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The Off-Grid CyberDeck Is a Computer for the Apocalypse

With a Raspberry Pi and other parts, it’s simple to build a rugged waterproof computer to ride out the collapse of civilization.

Instagram Parents Are Documenting 'Baby's First Pandemic'

We are sorry to report that Instagram parents are posing their babies with their toilet paper and Lysol wipe stockpiles.

Libraries Want to Turn Bookmobiles Into Free WiFi Trucks During Coronavirus Lockdown

The FCC says it’s ok for libraries to leave their hotspots on, but ignores questions about whether they can extend broadband access to the broader community.

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As Coronavirus Spreads, So Does Thirst for Dr. Anthony Fauci

Faucimania is upon us!

We Asked Professional Piercers If Cuomo Actually Has Nipple Rings

Outlines under the Governor's shirt are causing a frenzy online. But does the internet's Pandemic Daddy really have pierced nipples?

Celebrities Think the Quarantine Is a Great Time to Get Plastic Surgery

The rich and famous are trying to get facelifts and other procedures taken care of while films and television shows are on hiatus.

How Zhongjia Sun Turns Ads Into Absurd Still Lifes

Shanghai-based photographer Zhongjia Sun uses the language of merchandising to make surreal sets that turns advertising on its head, often while infusing them with Chinese cultural references.

Tattoo Artists Are in Crisis as COVID-19 Devastates Their Industry

Several artists told VICE that without health insurance, significant savings, or any guarantee of collecting unemployment, they're in a desperate financial position.

A Contemporary Take on Nigerian Family Portraits From the 70s

Photographer Noma Osula's latest work re-enacts portraits found in his Nigerian parents' photo albums. Writer Zoé Samudzi reflects on what the series says about the politics of African self-representation.

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'I Have to Admit, I'm Scared:' Barbara Ehrenreich Looks Towards the Future

On the eve of the publication of her new book of essays, the legendary journalist and author on where we go from here.

Barnes & Noble Implies Coronavirus Layoffs Are Inevitable

"This is a devastating situation in which to find ourselves," the company's CEO wrote to staff in a letter obtained by VICE.

'My Dark Vanessa' Is Unsettling, Complicated, and Impossible to Put Down

Almost 20 years after she started it, Kate Elizabeth Russell has delivered a nuanced novel about abuse.

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If you’ve inadvertently found yourself in Miami, you might be wondering where to go to get a bit of a break from the hordes of shirtless partiers.

I’ve Gotten Super into Queer Afterhours Parties in My 50s

In Los Angeles, the afterhours scene is creating some of the most radical queer spaces I’ve ever seen.

Downtown San Antonio in the 1980s Was Heavy Metal's Eden

Metalheads made the bars in Tobin Hill a stomping ground for a burgeoning music scene.

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