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athletes

FUEL: The 20,000-Calorie Strongman Diet

In an average day, professional strongman Robert "Obie" Oberst consumes up to 20,000 calories to power himself through hours of punishing training. He shows us what fuels his intense lifestyle, from the gym to the kitchen.
Robert Oberst
9.10.17
museums

Metropolitan Museum Breaks Attendance Record with 7 Million Visitors

The institution hosted a record breaking 7 million guests this fiscal year.
Nathaniel Ainley
7.14.17
anxiety

People Are Telling Us What Makes Them Anxious

Share publicly or go anonymous.
Tonic Staff
6.28.17
auction

Basquiat Painting Sells for Record-Breaking $110 Million

Tokyo e-retailer Yusaku Maezawa won the piece after just ten minutes of bidding.
Nathaniel Ainley
5.19.17
cashing in

The Price of Bitcoin Just Hit a New Record High

But there’s no telling how long it will last.
Jordan Pearson
2.24.17
Music

A Group of Artists Reimagined Their Favorite Album Covers of 2016

Ponder the year in music with the '10x' series of reimagined album covers.
Nathaniel Ainley
12.23.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Astronaut and American Hero John Glenn Has Died

Glenn, who died Thursday at the age of 95, was the first US astronaut to orbit Earth, the third American in space, a four-term senator for Ohio, and a one-time presidential candidate.
Lauren Messman
12.8.16
Music

Daedelus’ New Music Video Uses the Original GIF Machine

Wooden phenakistoscopes were engraved to create the music video for “Special Re:quest.”
Nathaniel Ainley
11.27.16
News

Arctic Sea Ice Is Struggling to Reform in Record-Hot Temperatures

2016 is not very chill.
Jordan Pearson
11.14.16
Design

Liquid-Filled Vinyl Records Make Trippy Art, Music

Now, collectors can own playable albums sealed with glitter, hair, leaves, and even blood.
Anna Marks
9.17.16
college football

True Frosh Josh Adams Runs 98 Yards for Notre Dame Stadium Record

The man just left high school.
Liam Daniel Pierce
11.14.15
Music

Help Miami’s Coral Reefs by Listening to This Album

Coral Morphologic teams up with Miami-based label Discosoma Records to raise funds for coral preservation.
Nathaniel Ainley
9.25.15
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