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Stepping into the weekend like... Video by @helmut_breineder.


Meet the queen of Hollywood's A-List cannabis club. In Beverly Hills, Cheryl Shuman's potent strains and lavish pot parties are almost as famous as her celebrity clientele. Tap the link in bio to watch our new documentary on


A very unlikely pair, coming soon. @voguemagazine @vice @shanesmithvice


Filmmaker @james.burns and Director of Photography @mattseegs recently visited Atlanta to train with the III% Security Force, one of America's largest right-wing, pro-Trump, anti-terror militias. Watch the full video now - link in bio.


Photographer Tamara Abdul Hadi (@tamarabdul) captures joyful photos of barbershops across the Middle East exploring self care and expression in her new series, ‘The People’s Salon.’ Link in bio.


RG @garage_magazine: Ryan McGinley, Photographer & Marc Armitano, cellist and ceramicist. "The most New York thing about Marc and me is that we eat dinner at 2am. A lot…"


On this episode of 'American Conventions,' Taji Ameen (@tajcam) meets the nearly 500 people—and puppets—who gather at the world's largest ventriloquist convention every year. From old hands who have been puppeteering since the 80s to newcomers in their teens, there's something for everyone at Vent Haven. Taji even swallows his pride and hits up the open mic with a routine of his own. See more on @vice


In a rare interview, @kendricklamar sat down with with @toureshow for @i_d to discuss Trump, Obama, and how we can all make a difference. Read the full interview on Photo by @craigmcdeanstudio.


Photographer Weronika Gęsicka's (@wgesicka) work focuses on the deceptive way what we think we remember is often some melding of fact and fiction. See more at


@bambambaklava’s new show starts Oct. 23 on @viceland. See you then, and get out of the way. @bronsonshow


To celebrate the three-year anniversary of intersectional feminist publication @polyesterzine, editor @ionegamble asked her favorite photographers to depict womanhood in all its forms. See what they came up with at Photo by @heyparkerday.


Known by many for his iconic portrait “Afghan Girl,” photographer Steve McCurry (@stevemccurryofficial) has spent nearly 40 years taking photos in Afghanistan. McCurry's work often focuses on the places and people of Afghanistan, rather than images of combat, explosions, and armies, creating an unusually compassionate portrait of a place most associate only with destruction and danger. Read our interview with McCurry and check out more of his work at


The Netherlands' Last Night On Earth Fest was a mess of sweat, boxing, and smoke. Check out photos from The Hague's hardest rock festival at Photos by Tim Ditzel via @noisey.


We paired Three 6 Mafia’s Gangsta Boo with and-coming photographer Sophia Wilson (@phiawilson). Read more at


We sent VICE's @beckettmufson to a McDonalds near NYC Comic Con this weekend to talk to people waiting in line for the now-infamous 'Rick and Morty' Szechuan sauce. The kind people he met actually didn't destroy our faith in humanity. Read the whole story at Photos by @michael_marcelle.


Photographer @michael_marcelle is capturing candid photos of heroes and villains at New York’s Comic Con this weekend for @vice.


Catalonia lawmakers plan to defy Spanish courts by holding a meeting of their regional parliament Monday to decide whether to declare independence. Read more about the political turmoil in Catalonia on


Melanie Metz (@melaniemetz) captures the magic she sees in her tiny, rural town. Check out her dreamlike photos of South Florida on


Photographer Kevin Couliau (@kcouliau) documents the most beautiful basketball courts in the world. See more at


👋🏾 Welcome to the neighborhood @supremenewyork! See shots of the store opening on our Insta story.


Anthony Scaramucci has the utmost faith in himself and his new media company... The Scaramucci Post. Read more at the link in bio. Photos by @chrismaggio


Check out unearthed photos from @rogerballen‘s nightmarish archive on


Legendary musician Tom Petty has died at 66 after suffering cardiac arrest at his Malibu home on Sunday night. Over the course of a career that lasted nearly five decades, Petty never became anchored to one specific scene, era, or cultural trend, but his songs always slipped into the cultural consciousness. Since the late 70s, Petty released 13 studio albums with the Heartbreakers, three solo albums, two records with the Traveling Wilburys (his supergroup with George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison and Bob Dylan), two reunion records with Mudcrutch, along with a number of live albums. Through it all, he never tried to be anything other than Tom Petty, turning in some of the greatest rock songs the world has ever known. Rest in peace. Photo by Andrew Chin/Getty.


A shooter opened fire on a country music festival in Las Vegas Sunday night, killing at least 50 and injuring 400 people. Read @vicenews's full report at


Skater @andyroy18 told us about his top-six good problems, and how he uses them to balance things in an unstable world. Link in bio.


The DEW Line was built in the fifties to warn of a nuclear threat. Duncan Ferguson guarded six workers there from polar bears and wrote about it for @motherboardvice. Read more at


In 2013, VICE's @jamieleecurtisofficial visited the Playboy Mansion for a movie screening. Read about what he saw on


Action Bronson (@bambambaklava) ate and drank his way through Paris for @munchies. 🍷🇫🇷 Watch the whole episode of "From Paris with Love Part Deux" on


Photographer David Severn (@davidsevern) captures the society left behind by the death of Britain’s mining industry. Pictured here is Miss Mansfield 2013-2014 at Forest Town Welfare. Wen the local coal mines were open, it was tradition for each colliery to crown a “Coal Queen,” who was a mascot for the industry. See more on


Japanese-American​ Photographer,​ Katsu Naito​ ​(@katsunaitophoto) ​captured the ​elegance of 90s Harlem​ in his new book. See more on