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Long Walks Were the Antidote to My Fear of Failure

The meditation of walking in a city is not as internal as that of hiking. You do not lose yourself in the silence; rather, you melt into the physical beat of observation.
Judnick Mayard
5.13.19
food-features

NYC Settles With Hundreds of Street Vendors After Trashing Their Food Carts

“They took everything from me. I tried to save my food, but they threw away my food and my cart and everything.”
Diana Hubbell
5.7.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

An Inside Look at New York City Street Vendors' Fight to Survive

The city only gives out 4,000 permits a year, creating a black market for vendors securing them illegally—but now one local legislator is pushing to offer up more.
VICE Staff
4.22.19
Actually

Actually, NY-Style Deli Sandwiches Are Too Goddamn Huge

I'm gonna fill you in on a sandwich hack that will change your life (and the way you eat pastrami).
Ashwin Rodrigues
4.11.19
VICE Live

'VICE LIVE' Watches People Bring Ridiculously Large Things on the Subway

From very large dogs to giant construction beams.
VICE Staff
4.10.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

Is New York Ready for Congestion Pricing?

The city is getting it either way.
VICE Staff
4.5.19
sex work

The Feminist Divide Over Decriminalizing Sex Work

On Monday, the National Organization for Women joined other local groups and a representative for Gloria Steinem to oppose legislation that would decriminalize sex work in New York.
Marie Solis
3.12.19
DEEP DIVE - CREATED WITH JAMESON WHISKEY

Downtown Manhattan in the 1970s Was New York’s Golden Era for Nightlife

Artists, models, and revelers remember a gloriously liberated decade of going out and making art—and the legendary watering holes that made it possible.
Dan Q. Dao
2.22.19
Cannabis

New York's Bodega Owners Want to Sell You (Legal) Weed

Recreational marijuana isn't yet legal in New York State, but corner stores are already angling for a piece of the action.
Alex Norcia
2.21.19
amazon

Amazon Won't Build HQ2 in New York, But it Will Continue Grifting Taxpayers Elsewhere

It's a huge win for New Yorkers, but Amazon's practice of extracting subsidies from state and local governments is still hugely successful all over the country.
Jason Koebler
2.14.19
climate change

Here's an Interactive Map That Shows How Climate Change Will Affect Your Town in 60 Years

If we do nothing to curb greenhouse gas emissions, the weather in New York City will feel like Alabama and Los Angeles will be as hot as the tip of the Baja Peninsula.
Becky Ferreira
2.12.19
Culture

True Crime Podcast 'Conviction' Investigates a Vigilante Private Eye

Manuel Gomez made it his mission to take down dirty cops. But is he protecting the innocent or out for revenge?
Kara Weisenstein
1.24.19
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