Unionization Was Center Stage at the 2019 Game Developers Conference
If last year was a whisper, this year was a shout.
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue
Basic Income Is Already Transforming Life and Work in a Postindustrial Canadian City
In Hamilton, Ontario, a basic income pilot is improving individual lives—but bureaucratic pitfalls and tepid goals can limit its potential.
As a Chef, I Wish Yelp Didn't Exist
A chef and restaurateur shares why reading online reviews is a maddening experience for many food industry professionals. Just remember, fine dining isn't a fucking community swimming pool.
The Plan to Extract Rare Earth Metals from Coal Mining Waste
The government and industry groups have given West Virginia University over $3 million to study whether it’s a feasible idea.
What Happens When Sex Workers Put Women of Color First
We asked escort Amber Ashton about industry racism and the WOC-elevating the hashtag she started.
Noisey Presents the Emerge Music + Impact Conference
Head to Vegas this November for three days of music with Gerard Way, Beach Slang, Cuco, and more.
Jeepers, Look at This Insane Sulfur Fire
Basically, Ghost Rider started it.
'Contemporary Mexican Codex,' Today's Comic by Urbano Ortega Matta
By mixing modern and ancient traditions, this comic gives us a taste of Mayan and Mexican culture.
Urbano Ortega Matta
How an Old Industrial Ship Yard Created 7,000 New Jobs
Brooklyn Navy Yard President and CEO David Ehrenberg tells Motherboard how his non-profit reclaimed an industrial workspace and updated it for the 21st century.
This Record Label Is Literally Creating Its Own Universe
We talk to IHC 1NFINITY founder Franki Chan about its surreal cinematic vision and the crazy year leading to the video premiere of Mark Redito's "So Many Things to Tell You."
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This Robotic Octopus Tentacle Is Not Creepy At All, Nope
Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Weed Is Officially a Billion-Dollar Industry in Colorado
The state sold $1.3 billion in recreational and medical marijuana in 2016, though experts think the boom will eventually level off.