Check out the Vice Guide to poppy palaces, Huayno murders, Sri Lankan child soldiers and reindeer racing.
Flip through scenes from the latest episode of 'The Vice Guide To Everything.'
Thomas tries his best to dance during a Ju Ju priest's ceremony and Shane takes a look at how easy it is for states to purchase civilian helicopters equipped with machine guns and missles.
Find out more about the Black Lips, the Atlanta-based band featured on the 'Vice Guide To Everything' soundtrack.
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When Vice magazine first started, all it cared about was sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll. But as it started traveling around the world, it got more into politics, culture, fashion, art, the environment. Basically, everything. And this is that - The Vice Guide To Everything. It's a series about the absurdity of the modern condition: the most interesting people, news, sub-cultures and rituals on the planet. It's the stuff you don't get from the mainstream media but that you absolutely need to know- and won't stop talking about.
Vice started as a newsprint monthly out of Montreal sixteen years ago and is now a celebrated global media company with offices in 30 countries. Vice magazine is the world's only free, internationally-distributed youth-culture magazine, printed in seventeen languages reaching an audience of more than 15-million young people. More at www.viceland.com.