Union Square

Photos

The MTA Figured Out How to Make New York's Subways Even More Horrifying

The photographer Victor Llorente went to Union Square's "Haunted Subway" and captured the terror of an already terrifying mode of transportation.
Alex Norcia
10.22.18
Tinder

This Girl Conned Dozens of Dudes into Going on a Mass Tinder Date with Her

She pulled off a month-long scam that ended with a 'Hunger Games'-style competition for the right to take her out.
Drew Schwartz
8.20.18
Tunnel Vision

What Will Happen to 14th Street When the L Train Shuts Down?

Could one of New York's busiest streets be turned into a 'People's Way'?
John Surico
5.5.17
News

The VICE Morning Bulletin

The United States Olympic Committee has apologized for swimmers' false claims about being robbed, Russia agrees to a 48-hour ceasefire in Aleppo, Frank Ocean drops a new visual album, and more.
VICE Staff
8.19.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Anarchists Put Naked Statues of Donald Trump in Cities Across the US

It's Mr. Brexit himself, all the way down to his big hair and tiny hands and even tinier junk.
VICE Staff
8.18.16
Stuff

Inside a Costume Shop During the Last-Minute Halloween Rush

The day before All Hallows' Eve is every holiday rolled into one at Ricky's in New York's Union Square.
John Surico
10.31.15
The Future According to VICE

What Today's Revolutionaries Could Learn from the Protest Movements of the Past

Social media is never going to replace the old-fashioned meatspace methods of activism.
Nathan Schneider
1.15.15
News

Photos from Last Night's 'Charlie Hebdo' Solidarity Protest in Union Square

New Yorkers ignored the cold to show their support for the dozen victims of Europe's worst terrorist attack in years.
Pete Voelker
1.8.15
Stuff

Talking About Life With the Chess Players of Union Square

VICE columnist and former competitive chess champion Giancarlo T. Roma talks to chess players in NYC's Union Square about life and the game.
Giancarlo T. Roma
12.29.14
Stuff

Chatting with the Artist Who Turned Edward Snowden into a Mobile Sculpture

Jim Dessicino caused a minor media stir when he put the statue of the world's most famous whistleblower up in New York's Union Square.
Zach Sokol
10.13.14
News

In New York City, Police Brutality Is Bringing People Together

All across the country, the police are under fire for killing unarmed people of color—and that's spurring people from all backgrounds to embrace new forms of resistance.
Aaron Miguel Cantú
8.19.14
News

The Week in GIFs

"Approval rating? Hahaha. Hey folks, how about you approve this wicked Mexican-American deuce that in a few hours will be dropping from my ass to your mouth, you ungrateful motherf—Wait, what's that? Yes, extra sour cream, please."
Rocco Castoro
6.27.14