I’ve personally been a fan of VICE for over a decade, and have marveled at its transformation. From a hilarious but juvenile free rag that you picked up at the skate shop which concentrated on such pressing social issues as “Which race could stand more heat”, and “Who gave better blowjobs — men or women”, […]


2 Oct
Your chance of tasting a moth caterpillar just got much better

Ever had the inclination to try and keep squirmy insects in your stomach without vomiting, like a rabid contestant on Fear Factor, but don’t want to be labeled as a Z-lister for the rest of your life? Well then your wildest dreams have come true. If your taste buds favor something on the savory side, […]


7 Jan
Namechecking Eames, Terry Gross, Evan Williams bourbon and Clark Grizwold...New Orleans style

By all accounts, Generationals seem custom made for Lost In A Supermarket. First off, before forming Generationals Grant Widmer and Ted Joyner were in a band called the Eames Era. While naming your band after a Mid-Century Modernist legend would be enough to prick our ears, there are the additional points that he loves bourbon […]


12 May
The story behind Uganda's first skatepark

Directed by Swiss photographer Yann Gross, Uganda Skateboard Union is a short documentary about skateboarding in Uganda, which is rad on about 12 levels. Watching the video, it’s crazy to see the kids skateboarding on dirt roads and lots, and some asphalt roads with potholes bigger than IED craters. Filmed whie Gross was making a […]


1 Mar
Art opening promoting equal rights for all

In reaction to the passing of Prop 8 and the subsequent upheaval resulting in communities and groups petitioning and protesting and the court case Perry v Schwarzenneger, a case challenging the constitutional validity of Prop 8 (the California Marriage Protection Act), Manifest Equality gathers a talented group of artists together for a great show and […]