cape cod

The VICE Guide to Right Now

Stephen King's Son Thinks 'Jaws' Could Crack an Unsolved 1974 Murder

The theory connects one of Cape Cod's oldest cold cases to one key moment of the film.
Lauren Messman
8.7.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

It's So Cold Outside That Sharks Are Actually Freezing to Death

Three sharks washed up on the shores of Cape Cod this week after suffering "cold shock."
Lauren Messman
12.29.17
VICELAND

Eddie Throws a Beachside BBQ in Cape Cod on 'HUANG'S WORLD'

The VICELAND host heads to the quaint Massachusetts getaway and winds up falling in love with the cape's food.
VICE Staff
8.2.17
THE SALUTE YOUR SHORTS ISSUE

Equality Is Changing Provincetown's LGBTQ Scene

What happened to LGBTQ havens?
E.J. Graff
6.20.17
VICELAND

Watch the Season Premiere of 'HUANG'S WORLD'

Chef Eddie Huang heads to Washington, DC, to march in a few protests, catch a basketball game, and sample the best food the city has to offer.
VICE Staff
6.2.17
CHEFS

Can Brandon Baltzley Redefine Cape Cod Cuisine?

The chef of The Buffalo Jump is determined to show people that Cape Cod cuisine can be more than clam shacks and oyster bars.
Sarah Freeman
10.23.16
fishing

Obama's Marine Monument Could Spell Disaster for New England Fishermen

Although conservationists are hailing the president’s move as “phenomenally exciting,” fishermen in the area are not so psyched.
Alex Swerdloff
9.19.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Obama Just Created the First Marine National Monument in the Atlantic Ocean

The monument will preserve 4,913 square miles of underwater canyons, coral reefs, extinct volcanos, and exotic wildlife off the coast of Massachusetts.
Matthew James-Wilson
9.15.16
chips

This Is How Much Air Is in Your Bag of Chips

Visual artist Henry Hargreaves decided to take to the lab to confirm his darkest suspicions about the chip industry.
Nick Rose
11.9.15
Stuff

I Had Dinner with the Masons

I spent some time this summer in the bohemian, preppy, middle-class playground that is Cape Cod. Apart from the obvious distractions of swimming, eating shellfish, and wandering aimlessly past galleries filled with dubious watercolors painted by...
Al Brown
9.5.12