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The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Footage of New York's Flooded Subways Is Absolutely Insane

Taking the train was a nightmare this morning, thanks to a massive rainstorm.
River Donaghey
4.16.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Adam Sandler Is Back on His Bullshit

In a return to his roots, the actor descended into New York's subway to perform a new track.
Drew Schwartz
3.1.18
Tunnel Vision

Why Bill de Blasio and Andrew Cuomo Hate Each Other’s Guts

Two tiny, horrifyingly powerful babies.
John Surico
8.10.17
Tunnel Vision

How Closing the L Train Could Save New York’s Mass Transit

Could a subway shutdown inspire an underground renaissance?
John Surico
4.11.17
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The Avalanches Just Released the Long-Awaited Single "Subways"

And it's really dang good.
Issy Beech
6.22.16
thump news

We Spoke to the Now-Grown Up 12-Year-Old The Avalanches Sampled on Their New Song

The sample is from a cult no wave/post punk EP by Chandra called 'Transportation.'
Alexander Iadarola
6.7.16
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We Go Underground with the Volunteers Patrolling New York's Subways on Today's 'Daily VICE'

The Guardian Angels, New York City's most famous vigilantes, are back on the streets and subways in response to a series of slashings earlier this year.
VICE Staff
5.11.16
Stuff

New York Will Never Win Its War Against Rats

Despite a $3 million effort to control the rat population, 2016 has seen more rodent-related complaints so far in 2016 than it did in the first four months of 2015.
Harry Cheadle
5.2.16
News

Why Do People Keep Getting Pushed onto Subway Tracks?

And could New York City be doing more to prevent transit-related deaths?
John Surico
11.21.14
News

Doug Ford’s First Mayoral Debate Had It All: Racism, Homophobia, and Police Intervention

The Toronto mayoral candidate appears to be following in his brother Rob's footsteps in that shouting and vitriol follows him wherever he goes.
Patrick McGuire
9.24.14
apps

This Augmented Reality App Blocks Advertisements With Digital Art

NO AD is like an IRL AdBlocker, or a realized version of the plot from "They Live."
Beckett Mufson
9.11.14
Stuff

Atlanta's Subway Elevators Are Now Armed with Pee Detectors

The number of places you can pee in public in Atlanta just got reduced by 111. If the system leads to tougher enforcement of public indecency laws, a lot of people could be facing some harsh penalties just for relieving themselves.
Mike Pearl
12.20.13