New York

The VICE Guide to Right Now

Dozens of Brooklyn 'Antifa Witches' Are Planning to Put a 'Hex' on Kavanaugh

Armed with coffin nails, effigies, and dirt from a graveyard, they'll be casting a spell "all about causing suffering"—just in time for Halloween!
Drew Schwartz
2 days ago
The VICE Guide to Right Now

You or Your Dog Can Now Pee All Over Trump Thanks to These Statues

They're set up all across Brooklyn, just asking for a golden shower.
Drew Schwartz
10.10.18
ny comic con

The Best Stuff at New York Comic Con Was the Actual Comics

The event no longer feels like it has the same excitement or vitality it's had in the past, but there are still gems to be found.
Nick Gazin
10.8.18
Art

Creating Spaces for Latinx Art Is a Matter of Healing and Survival

There's a multiverse of Latinx identities, and a need to make room for all in art.
Yeiry Guevara
10.5.18
true crime

How a Brooklyn Gang May Have Gotten Crazy Rich Dealing for El Chapo

Experts suspect the Sinaloa Cartel of supplying heroin to Bushwick Crew, a flashy street gang cops say lived hard, fast, and deadly.
Francisco Alvarado
9.26.18
VICE Specials

The Art of an Ultra-Violent Wrestling 'Deathmatch'

To New York wrestler Casanova Valentine, slamming his opponents onto tables lined with barbed wire and tackling them to the ground isn’t just fun—it’s performance art.
VICE Staff
9.21.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Some Major Comedians Showed Up to Support Aziz Ansari's Comedy Cellar Set

He performed alongside Kevin Hart and Chris Rock at the same venue where Louis C.K. had his first show since admitting to sexual misconduct.
Drew Schwartz
9.20.18
Photography

What Brooklyn Really Looked Like in the 70s and 80s

"Rents were so low, you could work and make a decent living without a college degree."
Seth Ferranti
9.18.18
Music

My Search for TV on the Radio’s Mythical Williamsburg

On the tenth anniversary of 'Dear Science,' Wilbert L. Cooper reflects on discovering the seminal Brooklyn band as an angsty black youth in Ohio.
Wilbert L. Cooper
9.18.18
politics

Democrats Are Getting Ever So Slowly Nudged to the Left

New York's big primary night shows how progressives are gaining ground even when they're not winning the big races.
John Surico
9.14.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Town Is Freaking Out About Its New 'Crack Pipe Vending Machines'

Locals in Suffolk County have smashed at least one of the machines, selling "sketch pens" for $2, with sledgehammers.
Drew Schwartz
9.11.18
politics

Cynthia Nixon on Her Run for Governor and What It Means to Be a Miranda

"I was a daughter for a long time and then I became a mother," she said. "I became more comfortable with the idea of my own opinion mattering and being able to say it out loud."
Eve Peyser
9.10.18