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Vice is a North American magazine that is focused on international arts, culture, and news topics. The publication is available free of charge in twenty-eight countries and is financed by advertising.

Featured Writers

Jaime Weinman

I'm a writer and editor with 11 years of experience on the full-time staff of Maclean's, Canada's most ...

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Annalies Winny

Freelance reporter based between Baltimore, MD and Monrovia, Liberia, covering the impact of development and public policy on ...

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Skills: Editor
Specialisms: Travel

Chelsea McIver

Chelsea is a freelance writer from Melbourne, Australia.

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Specialisms: Art

Paula Dupraz-Dobias

Paula Dupraz-Dobias is a freelance investigative journalist and news and documentary producer with over 30 years of experience ...

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Specialisms: Travel, News

Francisco Garcia

Freelance culture, nightlife and music writer found mainly over at Vice UK/US, Thump, Noisey and Fresh on the ...

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Specialisms: Music, Features, Culture

Latest Articles

What Real Therapists Think of TV Therapists

"I'm not trying to make him happy—I am trying to cure his depression!" As a radio psychiatrist, Frasier Crane may not always have the most therapeutic answers for his callers. But the main character of the sitcom of the same name is one of the most beloved TV psychologists regardless. How do we know? We gathered real mental health professionals and asked them what they thought about their favorite TV doppelgangers. "[Fraiser is] clever, witty, warm, ... philosophical, and pragmatic," said Cara
By Renee Fabian
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‘The Pain is Still Inside Me’: No End In Sight to the Plight of Indonesia’s Ahmadiyah

Sehabudin stands in his former home that was destroyed by an anti-Ahmadiyah mob. Syahidin has been attacked for his faith so many times that he keeps a record in a tattered notebook that lists each instance of hate, each time an angry mob rampaged through his village, and each time he watched helpless as his home went up in flames. Syahidin is a member of the Ahmadiyah Muslim faith, a sect of Islam that believes that Indian religious leader Mirza Ghulam Ahmad—not Prophet Muhammad—was Islam's f
By Tsering D. Gurung
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How to Deal with Living with Your Parents in Your Twenties

Living with your parents as an adult isn't ideal. It's nice, for instance, to have your own place so you can decide which house plants you're going to buy and then never, ever water. Or to be able to burn and irreversibly ruin saucepans without your mum screaming your full name at you. Or just, you know, have somewhere that's yours. Unfortunate, then, that more and more young people are now living with the people who raised them. According to the Office of National Statistics' most recent surve
By Sophie Bauer
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