VICE Guide to Life
How Much You Should Pay in Rent
So you’re finally ready to move out of mom and dad’s house. Now it's time to figure out how much you can afford to spend on rent and still have enough money leftover for all the fun things you want to do too.
Ness Nite Is Not Your Typical Pop Dream Girl
Stream the Minneapolis-based artist's journey through the night in her debut LP, 'Dream Girl.'
A Prince Songwriting Credit Is Going for the Low, Low Price of $490,000
Former studio owner Chris Moon has put his credit on "Soft and Wet" up for sale on eBay because nothing is sacred.
Bud Light Hires Old Timey Town Crier to Issue Cease-and-Desist to Craft Brewer
'Dilly dilly' belongs to Bud Light and Bud Light only, apparently.
The End of the Triple Rock Social Club, Minneapolis' Most Important Punk Bar
A night of mourning (and celebration) for the venue that was the heart of the Midwestern music scene.
Trans Candidates Think 2017 Could Be Their Year, Finally
A new PAC is working to get trans people to elected office, where they've rarely been before.
Grant Hart, Hüsker Dü Drummer and Songwriter, Dies at 56
The news was confirmed by his bandmate, Bob Mould, Thursday morning.
Alex Robert Ross
Where Chopped Cheese Is Served with a Side of Camel
“People try it because they want something new. But they come back for it because they can’t get enough.”
9 Artists Explore Black Hair and Barbershop Culture
The barbershop is one of the enduring safe spaces for the black community.
Inter-Species Mailboxes Make a Different Kind of Human-Animal Connection
What do birds have to say about climate change?
[Premiere] Minus the Bear's New Music Video Is a Human Kaleidoscope
In-camera effects abound in director Dan Huiting's vision for "Last Kiss."
Five Conversations with the Crew from Appetite for Change
A viral music video is just the start for this Minneapolis-based youth activism group that's taking on one of America's worst food deserts.