Birmingham,

flat earth

I Went to a Flat Earth Convention to Meet Flat Earthers Like My Mom

And to find out how and why all these people in attendance got into the conspiracy theory.
Tom Usher
5.10.18
Travel

America's New Lynching Memorial Is Gut-Wrenching, Gruesome, and Beautiful

The Alabama memorial and museum forces viewers to confront the past. But it could also point the way toward truth and reconciliation.
Issac J. Bailey
4.27.18
crime

The Strip Club Accused of Drugging and Robbing Its Customers

After waking up with thousands of dollars charged to his card, one customer took a drug test and found traces of methadone. He was one of many men allegedly scammed by Birmingham's Legs 11.
James Nolan
3.6.18
thump news

A New 4,000-Capacity Club Is Opening Next Month in Birmingham

It is called Scru, and the opening night will take place on March 17 and feature Casisdead, Jammz, and Oil Gang.
Alexander Iadarola
2.22.17
Art

Making Sense of a Clashing Anglo-Jamaican Upbringing Through Art

A Jamaican-descended, UK-raised artist explores cultural duality at Michael Werner Gallery.
Andrew Nunes
12.31.16
Stuff

An Evening with 'The Pedophile Hunter'

Stinson Hunter is responsible for over 50 convictions of men caught grooming young girls. He held a meet-and-greet for his fans. Here's what happened.
Joe Bish
4.21.16
Film

The Terminator and Me: A Day Out at Arnie’s $2,100 Meet and Greet

Why is Arnold Schwarzenegger charging fans to eat lamb in the same room as him?
Sam Rowe
2.2.16
Stuff

Legal Highs, Pissed Pants, and Fist Fights: A Night with Britain's Clubland Paramedics

I spent an evening with the paramedics whose job it is to deal with bleeding, angry, drunk people on a Saturday night out.
Michael Segalov
1.11.16
Art

Interactive Rainbows Color a Fiber Optic Garden

In Birmingham, UK 9,000 colors of light illuminate the diversity of the community.
Marina Garcia-Vasquez
12.18.15
VICE vs Video games

The Best New Video Games We Saw at EGX 2015

We crunched down hundreds of playable games at Britain's game expo and found the three standout titles you need to know about.
VICE Staff
9.29.15
Stuff

These New Dystopian 'Advertising Eyes' Stare Right into Your Soul

The new technology, which scans crowds to decide what kind of product to advertise, is evidence that we're living in a dystopian satire written by a heavy-handed idiot.
Sam Kriss
8.28.15
Britain Is a Weird Place

Inside the Town Where Everyone Pretends to Be from the Past

I went to the Black Country Living Museum and hated the past—until I realized I hated the present more.
Joe Bish
8.6.15
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