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Did Nickelodeon Just Rip Off This Electronic Musician?


Thomas Fec, AKA Tobacco I’ve never met Thomas Fec a.k.a. Tobacco of Black Moth Super Rainbow, but I’d always assumed he was making his music the same way I was consuming it; on a head full of acid.

Don’t Mix Viagra with Chinese Moonshine

Don’t Mix Viagra with Chinese Moonshine

In New York City, Police Brutality Is Bringing People Together


Photo by Aaron Cantú Last Thursday in New York City, thousands of people marched from 14th Street to Times Square to protest a very American brand of unhinged police power.

Watch the Creators Project's Documentary on Turning Living Cells into Art

Watch the Creators Project's Documentary on Turning Living Cells into Art

Nicholas Felton Quantified Literally Every Conversation He Had in 2013

Nicholas Felton Quantified Literally Every Conversation He Had in 2013

The Armpit of the Internet: Family4Love Is the Facebook of Incest


The profile for TampaRob could be that of any dad. “I have two sons that are 13 and 10, and a daughter that is 11.

Satanism and Guilt-Free Murder in Iowa


Tom Barlas Jr.'s police mug shot. Photo courtesy of Cerro Gordo County Sheriff's Office On the evening of July 18, 2013, Kathy Barlas returned to her home in Mason City, Iowa, to find her adult son waiting in the garage in his underwear, dripping with blood.

MUNCHIES Guide to Scotland - Part 2

MUNCHIES Guide to Scotland - Part 2

Maybe We Shouldn't Be So Quick to Idolize a Gay-Bashing Skateboarder


Jay Adams (left) and Rodney Mullen. Photo via Getty Jay Adams, a guy who had really good balance on his skateboard and, as a member of the Z-Boys, helped to define skating as we know it, died from a heart attack on Thursday while vacationing in Mexico.

Leather Granddaddies


A sampling of leather accessories lies against the wall of Unique Gallerie. All photos by Pacifico Silano Unique Gallerie & Collectibles sits on a quiet, tree-lined street in one of those North Brooklyn neighborhoods that has been transformed over the past decade from an ethnic enclave to a terminally hip brunch destination.

The Softball Capital of Yukon, Canada, Is Plagued by Addiction and Homelessness

The Softball Capital of Yukon, Canada, Is Plagued by Addiction and Homelessness

I Survived a Khmer Rouge Execution During The Cambodian Genocide


Phnom Penh residents sheltering from a Khmer Rouge rocket attack. Françoise Demulder © The Image Works Sovannora leng should be dead.

Ukraine Says Dozens of Fleeing Civilians Were Just ‘Burned Alive’ by Pro-Russian Rebels

Ukraine Says Dozens of Fleeing Civilians Were Just ‘Burned Alive’ by Pro-Russian Rebels

Is This Vegan Cupcake Shop Run by Neo-Nazis?


Cakes 'N' Treats vegan cupcake shop in Camden The words “vegan cupcakes” and “neo-Nazis” would appear to be worlds apart.

How the Islamic State Became the Juggernaut it Is Today


IS militants in Iraq The following article is an excerpt from a new book, The Jihadis Return: Isis and the New Sunni Uprising, by Patrick Cockburn, Middle East correspondent for The Independent.

Seattle's Former Police Chief Speaks Out Against Police Brutality


A Seattle police officer pepper sprays protesters during the 1999 WTO protests via Wikimedia In recent weeks, incidents of lethal police violence against unarmed young black men have occurred in cities across the country, not just Ferguson.

Aphex Twin Is Dropping Hints on the Deep Web About His New Album, 'Syro'

Aphex Twin Is Dropping Hints on the Deep Web About His New Album, 'Syro'

Bad Cop Blotter: Everything Wrong With Police Has Been on Display in Ferguson


Kids stand with their hands up over the memorial to Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Photo by Alice Speri, courtesy of VICE News After Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown on August 9, the cops’ reaction provided a neat snapshot of just about every dangerous aspect of policing in modern America.

VICE News: Mines and Mass Graves in Bosnia

An estimated 120,000 landmines still litter the Bosnian countryside since the end of the war there in 1995, making daily life a challenge for hundreds of thousands of people. In May, the worst floods in over a century dislodged countless mines and deposited them in new locations, from farm fields to the back yards of local residents. The flooding also unearthed previously undiscovered mass graves, making some citizens hopeful that they may finally be reunited with the remains of their lost loved ones.

Fishing for Survival in Gaza City

Fishing for Survival in Gaza City


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