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Professional Dart World Rocked by Allegations of Heinous Farts

“It’ll take me two nights to lose this smell from my nose."
Drew Schwartz
20 hours ago
Culture

Inside an Underground Women's Mud Wrestling Ring in Chicago

"A couple times when police were called for noise complaints, the cops would stay and watch."
Bridjet Mendyuk
11.6.18
Film

LeBron James's Documentary Accuses the NCAA of Screwing Student-Athletes

College athletics is a billion dollar industry—powered by unpaid talent with a slim chance of going pro.
Taylor Hosking
10.12.18
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Rat Jumps Over Wall at Wrigley Field and the Crowd Goes Wild

The real MVP of that Cubs game.
Drew Schwartz
9.27.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

We Don't Trust Gritty

Something sinister is lurking inside the humanoid spaghetti squash.
River Donaghey
9.25.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Louisiana Mayor Who Banned Nike: JK, LOL

It only took Kenner mayor Ben Zahn a week to rescind his memo after facing protests from locals and pressure from the ACLU.
Drew Schwartz
9.13.18
sports

Serena Williams Can't Force the Racism Out of Tennis

Saturday's US Open upset is a reminder that the sport is still not welcoming to women of color.
Jagger Blaec
9.11.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Mayor Just Banned His City's Rec Centers from Buying Nike Products

In an apparent response to the new Colin Kaepernick ad.
Drew Schwartz
9.10.18
Views My Own

There's a Lie at the Heart of Nike's New Kaepernick Ad

The tagline should be: "Believe in something. Even when the billionaires who control your fate take your dream away."
Harry Cheadle
9.6.18
ten questions

Ten Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a Kung Fu Master

"Monks train really hard, so they're able to tow a car with their penis."
Daniel Darmawan
8.28.18
sports

The Nun Who Threw a Perfect Pitch Told Us How She's So Darn Good at Baseball

Sister Mary Jo was my teacher in high school, and she's cool as hell.
Sean Neumann
8.23.18
mic dicta

NFL Cheerleaders Need a Union

The league's underappreciated performers are suing the league and speaking out about underpayment and harassment—but they may need to organize to get respect.
Christina Floozy, Esquire
8.20.18