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How ‘Westworld’ Uses Multilingualism to Explore Prejudice

From Japanese to Lakota, the show's foreign language episodes spotlight themes of identity and memory.
Becky Ferreira
6.11.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Bunch of Teens Snitched on Their Teacher for Doing Drugs in Class

She was arrested after one student filmed her snorting what she later admitted was cocaine.
Drew Schwartz
11.28.17
Recipe

Chicken Parmo

I haven't been anywhere else in the North where people are more passionate about one dish.
The George Stockton-on-Tees
9.25.17
sculpture

Artist Weaves Intricate Bonsai Trees with Copper and Aluminum Wire

English artist and craftsman Andy Elliott is reimagining the ancient botanical art form.
Nathaniel Ainley
5.3.17
Make this

Make Tonight's Drunk Food This Greasy, Delicious British Classic

Like most great drinking foods, parmo is best consumed late at night and dipped in garlic sauce.
Nick Rose
2.10.17
Sports

The Strange, Embarrassing World of Americans Trying to Emulate English Soccer Culture

First the MLS imported players and coaches; now, it's taking what it can from the terraces.
Kev Kharas
12.9.16
Stuff

Why the Oxford English Dictionary Declared 'YOLO' and 'Clickbait' to Be Words

We talked to the editor of the New Words department about how the staff determines which words to include each year.
Morgan Harries
9.13.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Saddam Hussein Wrote a Book That's a Lot Like 'Game of Thrones'

And you'll be able to buy an English translation just in time for Christmas.
VICE Staff
7.14.16
Stuff

How 'Dirty' Words Got Dirty

Want to know who the original Dick is? We sure did.
Devin Pacholik
6.14.16
French

This Is What It's Like to Serve Drinks to Drunk English Tourists

One guy once asked me for a blow job. He asked for a mojito, a gin and tonic, and so on. At the end, like he was ordering another drink, he said: “And a blow job.”
Anonymous
5.6.16
language

A Twitter Bot Is Generating Fantastic New Words

Game designer Greg Borenstein’s new Twitter bot creates new words out of the “atoms of English”.
DJ Pangburn
4.27.16
Gaming

Localizing Video Games for Different Markets Is a Minefield

The business of localizing Japanese games is anything but a smooth trip overseas.
Heidi Kemps
4.11.16
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