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How Atlanta’s Clubs Fueled the City’s Budding Hip-Hop Scene in the ‘90s

Inside the nightlife spots that gave DJs and artists a stage to turn the Southern capital into a musical hub.
Jewel Wicker
3.11.19
Views My Own

I Still Watch the Super Bowl, Even Though We're All Going to Die

Andrew Whitworth, the right tackle for the Los Angeles Rams, basically admitted that football is meaningless.
Alex Norcia
2.4.19
Profile

Terence Nance Is Conquering Hollywood with the Power of His People

The creator of 'Random Acts of Flyness' has a bold vision of blackness that revolutionized TV in 2018—and he's just getting started.
Taylor Hosking
1.8.19
tv

The Best Thing on TV This Year Was: 'Atlanta'

The second season finale taught Donald Glover's Earn about what it takes to survive and succeed as a black man in America.
Taylor Hosking
12.28.18
deep dive

Atlanta’s Best Bar Started as an Accident

Two brothers bought an old building to house their construction business, but started serving drinks instead.
Gray Chapman
11.28.18
2018 election

This Georgia Progressive Is Going to Vote Against Her Trumpist Uncle

She says he's very different than the gun-toting persona he portrays in his aggressive campaign ads.
Sean Keenan
10.3.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Who the Hell Showed Up to the Emmys as Teddy Perkins from 'Atlanta'?

If only he'd given an acceptance speech.
River Donaghey
9.18.18
2018 emmys

The Emmys Are Practically Asking for a 'La La Land' / 'Moonlight' Fiasco

The race between 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' and 'Insecure' has the same racial tension of Oscars 2017.
Taylor Hosking
9.18.18
tv

‘Insecure’ Sees My Messy, Awkward Blackness

In season three, Issa reminds us we don’t always have to strive for excellence.
Noel Ransome
8.22.18
Views My Own

I’m Over the Blacksplaining Going on in Film and Television

Many stories around the black experience aren’t being told for black people.
Noel Ransome
8.9.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Competitive Beard Grower Admits He Helped Run Massive Dark Web Drug Site

"OxyMonster" worked his way from a lowly vendor to a top dog at Dream Market, one of the biggest drug trafficking sites on the dark web.
Drew Schwartz
6.12.18
Film

What Prestige TV Can Learn from the First 'X-Files' Movie

Twenty years on, we should see more ambitious shows making a jump to the big screen.
Frederick Blichert
6.1.18
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