New Era

Noisey

Yeezy Season Approaching: Kanye's Back on Twitter (for Now)

He brought his account back to life over the weekend, hinting at a return to something/anything—even if it's just tweeting.
Ryan Bassil
4.16.18
Hats

This Lady in Upstate New York Has 30,000 Baseball Caps in Her Garage

In a Buffalo suburb, there's a woman who has accumulated a treasure trove of hats—pro sports, college, vintage, you name it—and you can get most for 15 bucks.
Brian Gordon
2.20.18
WWE

WWE Is Talking About A "New Era," And Actually Backing It Up

Pro wrestling loves to tell its own story and always has. That's what WWE's current "new era" talk is about. More importantly: the new era is pretty great so far.
Ian Williams
5.13.16
Sports

High-Stakes Street Football in New York City: KOTU (Episode 6)

In the final episode, Carver Mobb and AFC go head to head for the championship.
VICE Sports
5.12.16
Sports

High-Stakes Street Football in New York City: KOTU (Episode 5)

Episode five of "Kings of the Underground" sees AFC vs. IOD and Carver Mobb vs. Undarated in the semifinals.
VICE Sports
4.20.16
Sports

High-Stakes Street Football in New York City: KOTU (Episode 4)

Episode four of "Kings of the Underground" sees the storied Hustlers squad take on unique street football newcomers AFC to advance to the final four.
VICE Sports
3.16.16
Kings of the Underground

High-Stakes Street Football in New York City: KOTU (Episode 3)

Episode three of "Kings of the Underground" sees favorites Carver Mobb and Undarated go play to advance to the final four and introduces us the characters behind IOD and Violaters as go head-to-head to stave off elimination.
VICE Sports
2.25.16
Sports

High-Stakes Street Football in New York City: KOTU (Episode 2)

Episode two of "Kings of the Underground" sees the first day of competition get under way and digs deeper into the lives of two of the league's most infamous captains.
VICE Sports
1.27.16
Kings of the Underground

High-Stakes Street Football in New York City (Episode 1)

NYC's infamous street football league is just like the NFL, if you ditched the stadiums for a field in the projects and replaced the Lombardi trophy with a fistful of cash. Then got rid of the pads and most of the rules designed for player safety.
VICE Sports
12.9.15