Carmelo Anthony in Cuba
Carmelo Anthony travels to Cuba to explore the rise of soccer in a nation synonymous with baseball and grab some fresh rolled Cuban cigars along the way.
Off Day / web
MMA Helped Mo Wilkerson Become the Highest Paid DE in the NFL
Mo Wilkerson is still looking for ways to cause headaches for NFL offenses. As if being a pro bowler wasn't enough, Mo has now taken up MMA to be even quicker.
The Smartphone is Absent | Perspectives, Esmeralda Kosmatopolous
Concluding our Perspectives series is conceptual artist Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos, who asks big questions about being human in a time of omnipresent technology.
Impossible Reality: Jean-Pierre Roy
Featured at Pulse's 2016 Contemporary Art Fair, we meet painter Jean-Pierre Roy, whose latest work is a convergence between high art aspirations and early visual memory.
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.
Creators Meets / web
A Fiery Attack on Gender Norms
We meet with personal trainer-turned-performance artist Cassils, who uses the body as a form of social sculpture, examining strength, violence, power, and vulnerability by testing the limits of endurance and empathy.
A South African Tradition Comes to the U.S | On Tour with Esther Mahlangu
The Creators Project gets exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the cross-country U.S. tour of renowned South African artist Esther Mahlangu.
Art Histories: Stalking Donald Trump
We explore an extreme version of art predicting life, as David Henry Brown Jr details his performance advocating for the presidency of Donald Trump back in 1999.
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.
Surreal Masks, An Irreverent Half-Time Dance Squad, and Infinity Burial Suits
In this episode, we visit performance artist Henry David Nobody Jr.'s studio to see his provocative and transformative self-portrait masks, meet the LA City Municipal Dance Squad, and face mortality with Jae Rhim Lee's infinity burial suits.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
Living the WeLife
The co-working startup WeWork is now gearing up to meet its workers' biggest need of all: a place to live
Afropunk Style, Hyperflesh Masks, and a Deep Web Dive
We spend a day at the Afropunk festival in Brooklyn, take a look at viral sensation Landon Meier's masks and get to the bottom of the internet with artist Trevor Paglen.