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VICE Specials
18:15

An Ex-Con's Journey Back to Prison: Revolving Doors

Filmmaker James Burns spent two years following Jason Bobbitt, an ex-convict and father of five who, despite attempts to retain meaningful employment, fails and returns to prison.
VICE Labs
5:03

Meet the Engineer Preserving The Last Analog Motion Graphics Machine

Dave Sieg has spent the last 20 years preserving the only working Scanimate, a motion graphics machine that was the staple of film/tv animation in the 70's and 80's.
How-To / web
3:27

How-To: Make Ceviche with Javier Wong

Javier Wong is arguably the top ceviche-maker in Peruãsome even call him the godfather of ceviche. In this how-to video for MUNCHIES, he shares his ridiculously simple but perfect recipe.
VICE Sports Explains / web
2:19

The Rise and Fall of Aaron Hernandez

VICE Sports explains the tragic events that led to Aaron Hernandez's death.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
5:55

Marine Le Pen is winning over France's working class in the same way Trump soared to victory

This former factory town is now a bastion of France National Front
Like Art
4:47

The Minimalist Magic of Andy Onderdonx

In this episode of Like Art, we visit eclectic artist/curator Andy Onderdonx at his remote hideaway in northern New York.
THUMP Shorts
1:48

Dancing vs. The State: How Mayor Giuliani Decimated 90s Clubbing in NYC

Veteran nightlife critic Michael Musto on how New York club culture fought back against mayor Rudy Giuliani.
American Obsessions
8:59

Meet the Masterminds Behind LA's New 'Jerry Maguire' Video Store

We meet the guys behind the 'Jerry Maguire' Video Store, a Los Angeles establishment that stocks 14,000 copies of the 90s rom-com which aren't available for rent or purchase.
Culture Beat
6:56

Striking Scenes, Illuminated Brooklyn, and Wild Performances | Culture Beat Episode 7

We check in with filmmaker Sam Cannon, re-visit the time artist Duke Riley released thousands of pigeons strapped with LEDs and chat with choreographer Katherine Maxwell.
VICE Sports
15:03

Das American: Christian Pulisic's Spectacular Rise

America may be the world's sole superpower, and the nation that put a man on the moon, yet despite all of this, it has never produced a single world-class footballer.
Culture Beat
7:11

Gritty Johannesburg, Human/Puppet Theater, and Canine Video Art

We visit LA-based canine groomer Jess Rona, see how theater group Phantom Limb combines human and puppet actors to surreal effect for their newest play, Memory Rings and finally head to the Kalashnikovv Gallery in Johannesburg.
Greekology
15:46

Tattoo Artist Competition “Art in the Skin”

A young Greek tattoo artist won a competition in Athens and got to London as an award, to meet with the most famous tattoo artists in Europe.
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