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April's Best Books, Comics, Video Games, and Films

From new graphic novel 'Pretending Is Lying' to 'Zelda: Breath of the Wild," and more.
Noah Kulwin
Alex Norcia
Austin Walker
Bruno Bayley
Esra Gurmen
4.28.17
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Art Trends: Collages of Constellations

You've definitely seen them on Instagram. But why?
Emerson Rosenthal
4.27.17
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How Roberto Ferdman, of 'VICE News Tonight,' Found His Good Luck Charm

While on location in New Orleans, people gave us multicolored cakes. Inside each one was a miniature baby Jesus, apparently meant to bring good luck to whoever finds it.
Roberto Ferdman
4.27.17
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The Unlikely History of Rastafari on the Runway

Looking back at the early-2000s Dior rasta collection and Gwen Stefani's reggae moment, in 2017.
Alice Newell-Hanson
4.26.17
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The Music Festival Packages You Wish Existed

Extremely Pale Package: Includes a polite man who'll follow you around reminding you to reapply sunscreen, and more.
Blythe Roberson
4.25.17
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How Bad Is It if I Never Eat Any Vegetables?

Sorry, fried pickles don't count.
Kristen Dold
4.24.17
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How Does Global Trade Work?

The world has become a vast, interlinked, and sometimes interdependent marketplace.
Haisam Hussein
4.24.17
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We Need a Third Industrial Revolution to Save Ourselves

According to Jeremy Rifkin, it may be the thing that curbs climate change.
Alexis Chemblette
4.21.17
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Will Forgiveness Improve Your Sex Life?

Talking trust and love after transgression.
Ana Cecilia Alvarez
4.20.17
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We're 30 Seconds Closer to Doomsday

Six days after Donald Trump was inaugurated, the Doomsday Clock's hands moved to two and a half minutes to midnight—the closest they had been since 1953.
Livia Albeck-Ripka
4.19.17
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Blackness and Queer Identity Converge in Elliot Brown Jr.'s Intimate Photos

His images touch on the intimacy, vulnerability, and social perception of the body.
VICE Staff
4.18.17
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Gator Wrestling Is Preserving Florida's Independent Tourism Industry

Not everyone's going to Disney.
Tyler Gillespie
4.17.17