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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.
This Cup of Coffee is Made with Two Eggs
Facing a milk shortage, one coffee shop owner in 1940s Vietnam whisked egg into his coffee as a substitute. Decades later, his version is still very popular. We visited one Toronto café where they hope to get people hooked on this rich alternative to your
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Here's How Much Money I Saved When I Gave Up Drinking For a Month
VICE Money's Vanmala Subramaniam stopped drinking for a month to see what it would do for her bank account.
Challenging the Colonial Narrative: Why This Artist Is Hacking 'Settlers of Catan'
Artist Golboo Amani is exploring the social dynamics of gaming. She's re-imagined the popular board game ‘Settlers of Catan,' adding 'allies' who work together against the settlers.We met up with her as she tested the project.
Reclaiming the Spirit of the Transformers Through Heavy Sounds
We caught up with The Cybertronic Spree, a Toronto-based heavy metal band at a Lucha T.O. Luchador wrestling match where they were the halftime entertainment.
We Tried to Interview Two 5-Year-Old Filmmakers
Artist Joele Walinga's first film features a butterfly princess, a tiny ogre and a mad scientist.
Nuclear Vacation: We Tour Chernobyl 30 Years After the Meltdown
Chernobyl was the worst nuclear disaster in history, but now 30 years later it's become a popular tourist destination.