China’s Construction Industry Is Putting Earth’s Ozone Layer Back At Risk
A rise in atmospheric levels of CFC-11, a substance banned by the Montreal Protocol, prompted environmental investigators to find the source.
How a Techno Party Planner Found His Calling in Cheese
Two hearts beat in the breast of Clemens Castan: one for techno, one for cheese. After spending years organizing dance parties and slinging drinks, he realized that his other true passion lies with stinky, savory dairy.
This Cafe Figured Out to Stop People from Hanging Out Too Long
These cafe owners are scheming the system.
The Gowns and Glitter of Vienna's Rainbow Ball
Viennese balls are normally the site of conservative heteronormative tradition. But this night was different.
Chef's Night Out: Konstantin Filippou
Chef Konstantin Filippou of Vienna takes us out for a night filled with "salami" wine, sushi, lamb lungs, and classic Greek saganaki.
Austria's far-right Freedom Party gets another shot at the presidency, by court order
Norbert Hofer was defeated by less than one percent in May. The Supreme Court says there may have been irregularities that demand a new vote.
VICE News and Reuters
Vacationing Security Consultant Finds Stealthy ATM Card Skimmer
Always be vigilant.
Pixel by Pixel, This Design Team Constructs a Futuristic Wonderland of 3D Levels
Immersing a viewer into their ‘Land of Pixels,’ Atelier Olschinsky keeps with the motion in an ocean of complex designs.
Analyze This 10-Foot-Tall Sculpture of Freud’s Famous Couch
Street artist Nychos' latest work is all about psychoanalysis.
Freddie Gibbs Reportedly Arrested in France for Rape Charges
The Gary, Indiana rapper may face extradition to Vienna.
Major World Powers Are Attempting to Rescue the Syrian Peace Talks
World powers and organizations including the EU and the Arab League are meeting to attempt to restart peace talks — while in Syria, there are fears a besieged town is about to be attacked.
Sally Hayden and Reuters
A Massive, Insane New Art Installation Is an IRL Version of the Internet's Dark Side
'Cellar Door' is a nightmarish, 50-room installation in the basement of an Austrian theater. An art project that turns the dark underbelly of internet culture into a physical installation, the 504-hour-long performance is not for the faint of heart.