How to Do Comedy and Not Be a Dick According to Folk Lordz
Folk Lordz are a duo who bring together their Indigenous and Eastern European backgrounds to make their unique brand of progressive weirdo comedy. They shared their tips on how to be funny while still being a good person.
Butter Chicken Meets Quebec Rotisserie
Chef Omar Zabuair made a name for himself as the chef at Montreal culinary heavyweights Joe Beef and L’Original. We visited his restaurant Le Coq de l'Est to try his tandoori twist on the Quebecois classic hot chicken sandwich.
Meet the Flexible Man Who Loves to See People Squirm
Troy James is insanely flexible. After a viral video exposed his talents to the world, he went from working an office job to jet setting around the world as a creature actor for TV and movies.
These Kids Are the Next Generation of Drag Queens
'Drag Kids' is a new documentary that follows four drag-obsessed kids from different cities. VICE's Hilary Beaumont goes to one of their shows and learns about the community they've found with their fellow drag kids.
Why I Shared My Wedding with 5 Other Couples
The Pop Up Chapel offers you an Instagram-worthy wedding for way less than the cost of the average wedding. You just have to give up creative control, do it all in an hour and share the day with up to 9 other couples.
Why I Wrote a Bitcoin ABC Book for Kids
"B is for Bitcoin" is a book that teaches kids their ABC's of Bitcoin. We meet the author Graeme Moore, a Bitcoin enthusiast, who tells us why he thinks Bitcoin is the currency for this and future generations.
Reclaiming the Heart of Ethiopian Flatbread
We meet food culture influencer Eden Hagos, also known as Black Foodie, to find out how to make injera, Ethiopia's traditional flatbread.
Scouring the Vintage Racks with Artist Alok
Alok is a poet, performance artists and fashion designer whose work confronts gender binary. They also have a sensational sense of style. We met up with them to try on some new outfits and talk about why clothing is political for them.
Making Tahini in a 150-Year-Old Stone Mill
Parallel is an Israeli restaurant on Toronto’s newest cool strip, Geary Ave. They make their own tahini in house using a 150-year-old stone mill. VICE's Natalie Alcoba visited Parallel to see how they take sesame from seed to spread.
What it Costs to Make Your First Feature Film
JJasmin Mozaffari's film 'Firecrackers' won her the 2019 Canadian Screen Award for Best Director. She shared what it costs financially and personally to make an indie film.
Designing Superhero Costumes for Drag Queens
Leeland Mitchell is a costume designer who specializes in cosplay for drag queens. We find out why superheros and drag queens are a perfect match as he makes a Black Widow costume for Toronto drag star Baby Bel Bel.
How To Make Clubs Safer According to Women DJs
Nightclubs are often sites of sexual harassment and assault. We sat down with three DJs to talk about how club culture should change to make partying safer for women.