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3:21

Grandma Techno Captures Detroit's Rave Culture

76-year-old Patricia Lay-Dorsey AKA Grandma Techno has been taking photos at Movement festival in Detroit since 2005. We talk with her about her new photo book and how today's dance music culture mirrors the ‘60s.
Daily VICE
3:35

Humanizing Iconic Brands Through Art

Briony Douglas collected hundreds of items to create collage sculptures for her exhibition, Homage. Assembled to represent iconic brands, the pieces tell the story of the people behind brands we idolize. We went to her studio to see her work.
Daily VICE
3:35

Career Advice from Breakout Actor Mamoudou Athie

Mamoudou Athie is an actor on the rise. His latest role is in Brie Larson's directorial debut 'Unicorn Store', now on Netflix. Amil Niazi talked to him about working with Samuel L. Jackson and the pressures of being a breakout star.
Daily VICE
3:10

How to Build a Donut Empire

Cuzin's Duzin is a donut shop that wants to increase profits after 25 years in the business. In this extra scene from VICE's 'Hustle', they visit a communications coach. 'Hustle' airs Saturdays at 9P ET/PT on MTV Canada.
Daily VICE
3:17

Inside the World of Competitive YouTube Water Drinkers

Hidden among the billions of videos on YouTube lives a community of highly passionate competitive water drinkers. VICE's Mack Lamoureux talked to some of them to find out why they do it.
Daily VICE
4:05

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Is Now a Comic Book Hero

We speak to Josh Blaylock, the creator of the comic book, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the Freshman Force, about why he wanted to turn the millennial congresswoman into a comic book hero and what she represents for young people today.
Daily VICE
4:05

Inside a Legal Cannabis Curling Tournament

It doesn't get much more Canadian than curling and weed in the middle of winter. This January, the town of Wiarton, Ontario hosted Canada's first legal cannabis curling tournament and we went to the bongspiel to meet the curlers and throw some rocks.
Daily VICE
3:50

Unearthing the Vibrant History of Black Queer Activism

Legacies in Motion unearths the stories of activism from the Black LGBTQ communities throughout the ‘80s and ‘90s. We talk with the exhibit's curator about the erasure of Black queer history and how he wants to unite generations of activists.
Daily VICE
3:33

What a $500K House Looks Like Across Canada

VICE FREE's Anne Gaviola looked at what a millennial couple with a $500K budget can buy in housing markets across the country.
Daily VICE
4:25

Taking Food Videos to the Next Level

In this bonus scene from the new VICE show 'Hustle,' host John Henry helps a jam maker shoot a social video. 'Hustle' airs Saturdays at 9P ET/PT on MTV Canada.
Daily VICE
4:48

Sailing Across the Pacific Ocean on a Reed Ship

Phil Buck is the captain of the Viracocha III, a giant reed ship with a mission to sail across the Pacific Ocean. We spoke to the explorer about the trip that will take the crew from Arica, Chile to Sydney, Australia, inspired by ancient traditions.
Daily VICE
3:06

A Night at Berlin's Legendary Late-Night Corner Stores

In this bonus scene from Munchies Guide To, we get a tour of Berlin spätis, the city's late-night corner stores. Munchies Guide To... is available on Crave.
Daily VICE
2:35

Hooking Political Messages into 'Unwelcome Mats'

‘Progressive Discomfort’ is a new art exhibition of political hooked rugs. Seven artists made ‘Unwelcome Mats’, to address how spaces are inaccessible for marginalized groups. We talked to the curator of the exhibit and one of the artists.
Daily VICE
3:42

Reaping the Rewards of a Squirrel Inheritance

A big inheritance can mean the difference between winning and losing in life, especially for squirrels. We find out how it happens and why squirrels aren't so different from humans after al
Daily VICE
3:10

We Meet an 11-Year-Old Climate Activist

Eleven-year-old climate activist Sophia Mathur was the first student to go on strike in Canada over climate change. As she prepared for the global youth strike in March, we asked her why climate change is the issue of her generation.
Daily VICE
3:37

The Dramatic True Stories Behind the Film 'Firecrackers'

Jasmin Mozaffari’s new film ‘Firecrackers’ tells the story of two young friends, Lou and Chantal, who are trying to break out of their small town. VICE's Hilary Beaumont finds out what life was like for Mozaffari when she was her characters' age.
Daily VICE
3:18

Pairing Wine with Donuts in Las Vegas

In this bonus scene from Munchies Guide To, host Braydon Szafranski gets a lesson in donut-wine pairings from the head sommelier at a top Las Vegas hotel. Munchies Guide To... is available on Crave.
Daily VICE
4:26

I Tried Three Bougie Hangover Cures

VICE reporter Manisha Krishnan's go-to hangover cures have stopped working as she has gotten older. So after a legendary night out, she tried out three high-end treatments, from a sweat spa to a vitamin IV, to see what might help her feel better.
Daily VICE
3:37

What We Can Learn From Beyoncé About Money, Sisterhood & More

Veronica Chambers is the editor behind the essay collection 'Queen Bey: A Celebration of the Power and Creativity of Beyoncé Knowles-Carter'. We asked her what lessons we can learn from Bey.
Daily VICE
4:07

I Learned the Art of Test Cutting with a Katana

Tameshigiri is the ancient Japanese art of target test cutting. VICE's Raf Katigbak got a lesson in handling a katana and learned about the dark history of testing Japanese swords.
Daily VICE
3:24

The World's Greatest Mystery May Finally Be Solved

Russia recently reopened the investigation into the Dyatlov Pass incident, an unsolved mystery that has become fodder for conspiracy theorists. Now, 60 years later, we may finally get some answers.
Daily VICE
4:18

Foraging in Sweden for Cocktail Ingredients

In this bonus scene from Munchies Guide To, host Ivar Berglin goes foraging for spruce tree tips to include in a cocktail from award-winning Swedish bartender, Emil Areng.
Daily VICE
3:48

My Tribute to A Tribe Called Quest

Hanif Abdurraqib's 'Go Ahead in the Rain: Notes to a Tribe Called Quest' is an unconventional biography of the seminal hip-hop group. He tells us what he learned from ATCQ about brotherhood and why he always felt most connected to Phife Dawg.
Daily VICE
2:41

Zero-Waste Stores Are Helping Us Ditch Plastic

Unboxed Market is a new zero-waste grocery store in Toronto and the latest addition to the global zero-waste movement. We went to the store to see how it’s helping people cut down on excessive plastic packaging.
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