neighborhoods

The Noise

Noise Pollution Hits Segregated Cities Hardest

A new study explores the unequal burden of noise on communities across the US.
Ankita Rao
7.25.17
painting

Orange Paint and Glitter Bring a Black Community to Life

Arcmanoro Niles combines family and memory in his beautiful paintings of Washington, DC's North East neighborhood.
Antwaun Sargent
5.8.17
short films

Single-Shot Drone Short Film Is Black Mirror meets 'Death of a Salesman'

Paul Trillo's 'At The End of the Cul-De-Sac' exposes a neighborhood of shame using an eye in the sky.
Emerson Rosenthal
4.6.17
Stuff

How Activist Jane Jacobs Changed the Way the World Thinks About Cities

The story of how a woman derided by critics as "crazy dame" became the most important urban thinker of the 20th century.
Annalies Winny
3.10.16
guide

The VICE Guide to Chicago: Neighborhoods We Like

Chicago is a city of neighborhoods, each with their own distinct culture, nightlife, and colorful lamppost banners. Here's a starter guide.
VICE Travel Staff
2.3.16
guide

The VICE Guide to Chicago

A handy guide to all the places that prove Chicago is second to no city.
VICE Travel Staff
2.3.16
guide

The VICE Guide to Los Angeles: Neighborhoods We Like

Here's a helpful list of the neighborhoods you should comb through when you're ready to move to LA.
VICE Travel Staff
1.20.16
Photo

Friday Night in London's Shittiest Tourist Trap

We sent Theo Cottle to Leicester Square—London's prime destination for fans of cheap souvenirs and overpriced steak restaurants—to drink cheap booze and point his camera at strangers.
Theo Cottle
11.29.14
Photo

Barbershops of Brooklyn by Ol' Skool Sean

For this series, I have mainly documented barbershops in Bushwick and Bed-Stuy, but I have also photographed in Ft. Greene and Williamsburg. Barbershops are understood to be communal space for men of all ages; they’re places that promote dialogue and...
Sean Maung
7.23.14
Stuff

Am I a Bigot for Hating Cruiser Bikes?

The most iconic villains in the gentrification of Denver are the bros riding the bicycle equivalent of an SUV while blasting "Blurred Lines," and the Punch Bowl Social—a Costco-size bowling alley that attracts upper-class beer-pong enthusiasts.
Josiah Hesse
7.7.14
VICE Guide to Montreal

Hood Guide

Mile End is Montréal’s Williamsburg, complete with good restaurants, tons of bands, and Hasidic Jews that will cross the street rather than walk next to you.
Kraft Dinner, Christine Murray, and Paul Spence
3.22.01
VICE Guide to Toronto

One Last Thing: The GTA Guide

We’ve been going on and on about all the stuff downtown but there is another side to Toronto, something called the Greater Toronto Authority, a collection of suburbs that are truly unwieldy.
VICE Staff
3.21.01
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