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The Guide to Getting Into Joni Mitchell, the Blueprint for Human Experience
Mitchell, in all her incarnations, remains a chief cartographer of American music and the female experience. Regardless of who you are, her map is made for you.
Longreads Or Whatever
Good Times, Forever: Looking Back on 50 Years of the Monkees
This year saw a new record and a 50th anniversary tour, but two questions have always persisted: How do you define The Monkees? And what makes a Monkees song?
The Long, Strange Hunt for the Folk Singer Who Thought He Was the Next Messiah
It took author Mike Stax 15 years to make sense of the life and times of the musician Craig Smith, who was on the brink of fame before something inside him snapped.
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election
A Former Weather Underground Member Explains Why Anti-Trump Violence Won't Work
Mark Rudd, a member of the infamous Weather Underground who later came to regret the group's bombings, told us that "anyone advocating political violence is either very stupid or a cop (or both)."
The King of ‘As Seen on TV’ Was the Original Gadget Man
Saying goodbye to a man who filled the world with crap.
RIP Stevie Wright, Legendary Singer of the Easybeats
The frontman for one of Australia's most iconic bands will be remembered for songs such as "Friday on My Mind" and "Evie."
PREMIERE: Slow Season Bring Desert-Rock Jams with "DayGlo Sunrise"
Bringing the heat in the ides of autumn.
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Monkeys Rule The Road in Ghoul's New Video For Image Comics' 'The Humans'
Monkeys, metal, and a monster of a comic book.
This 70-Year-Old Programmer Is Preserving an Ancient Coding Language on GitHub
"Everything else I’ve written, those were all on magnetic tapes and are lost to history.”
Hells Angels, Black Panthers, and Psychedelics: Criminal Defense Lawyer Tony Serra Is the Hippie Atticus Finch
Serra, who took a (probably LSD-inspired) vow of poverty and has been jailed twice for refusing to pay taxes, has been a go-to lawyer for what he calls "anti-government entities" since the 1960s.
What the Freddie Gray Protests Have in Common with the Riots of the 60s
Then, as now, people came together in anger over how the police, and society at large, were treating young black people.
Photos of India’s Quiet Places
Kate Golding visited the most frenzied place on earth to shoot a book about stillness.