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03.03.15 Liam Mathews

In 1967, the Yippies tried to levitate the Pentagon as an act of protest against the Vietnam War. The levitation itself was unsuccessful, but it did result in Norman Mailer’s classic book The Armies of the Night. On Tuesday, inspired by the Yippies, musical collective Talibam! attempted to levitate Vice Media’s office off its foundation […]

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12.22.14 Prachi Gupta

The grim reaper known as Vice has come for the Glasslands, placing the final nail in Williamsburg’s proverbial coffin. With only eight days left in the converted warehouse, the art space is celebrating what was and what still is and what could be. It’s still adding new art every day, reports BrooklynVegan, and tonight’s free […]

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10.31.14 Rhett Jones

Is Vice Media the worst thing to ever happen to Williamsburg, Brooklyn? After spearheading and popularizing the aesthetic commonly known as “hipster,” Vice moved in to Williamsburg more than a decade ago and rent increases followed with the influx of youth and disposable income. The area was on the rise already with members of the […]

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04.25.14 Marina Galperina

Vice News journalist Simon Ostrovsky who was detained by armed gunmen in Ukraine has been released. Yesterday, Vice has confirmed his release and declined to comment further. This morning, Ostrovsky described what happened: On Thursday, armed gunmen who held me prisoner for four nights and three days released me into the streets of Sloviansk, in eastern Ukraine. My release was […]

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04.23.14 Marina Galperina

Yesterday, Vice journalist Simon Ostrovsky was detained in Sloviansk. For weeks, he has been reporting on masked gunmen seizing police stations and government buildings all over the eastern Ukraine. “Nobody abducted him, nobody is holding him hostage, he’s with us now in at the SBU, preparing material and working,” the “People’s Mayor” of  Sloviansk, Vyacheslav Ponomarev […]

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06.19.13 Julia Dawidowicz

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed — the alleged mastermind behind 9/11 — is currently on trial at Guantanamo Bay. As one might expect, the event is highly guarded, with major limitations on media presence. Somehow, artist Molly Crabapple finagled her way onto the scene and is publishing her courtroom sketches on Vice.com to prove it. The drawings, along with […]

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04.19.13 Julia Dawidowicz

It was only a matter of time before Lil’ Bub, the so-called “cutest cat in the world,” got her own movie. Vice called dibs on the endeavor, and based on their just-released trailer, the documentary will be just as ridiculous and high budget as you’d expect when dealing with the runt cat video master of […]

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04.05.13 Kyle Petreycik

A new Vice documentary series premieres on HBO in which founder of Vice Magazine Shane Smith along with his crew are up to their usual antics. If you were worried that they were going to go somewhere miserable and culturally complicated and be all like “What’s up with all that rape, huh?” — we caught the […]

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03.05.13 Julia Dawidowicz

Did you know that possession of a single condom is all it takes to land you in jail for prostitution? Here. In New York City. Especially if you’re a trans, low-income, or a person of color. Molly Crabapple wrote an enlightening Vice post on the ridiculously broad and dubious laws regarding “prostitution”-related arrests. While it takes somewhat concrete […]

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11.11.11 Tabatha McGurr

For their latest story in an ongoing documentary segment called “Fashion Week Internationale,” Vice takes to the streets of the worlds big-booty and cocaine capital, Colombia. […]

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