Despite speaking quite frankly about the break-up that inspired hits like “Someone Like You,” Adele has never named names. But according to British tabloid Now Heat, the dude in question is one Alex Sturrock, a photographer who traveled with her during her 2009 US tour. More
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When I was in high school, I had a crush on this MTV guy. I’m not going to set off his Google alert, but suffice it to say he had glasses (oh, did he ever!) and seemed like the kind of nice Jewish boy I’d like to talk about literature and the news with while snuggling. After high school, I kind of forgot about him, but when a mutual friend offered to bring me to his birthday party a few years ago (’09), I took him up on the offer. More
Notoriously *kewl* and edgy global lifestyle brand VICE launched its newly integrated website Vice.com last night with a party that may have cost almost as much as that domain name. It had Rick Ross, Death From Above 1979, several tons of free alcohol, and a whole bunch of giant balloons. Did I mention it had RICK ROSS? More
For better or worse, VICE’s “Dos and Don’ts” are essentially a cultural institution at this point. The street style photographs and accompanying wit-laden snap judgments are definitely the last word on what to wear if you want to get into VICE’s “Dos and Dont’s” column. VICE took their obsession with absurdity in fashion a step farther and put kids in those same street style looks. That move was most certainly a “Do.” More
I’m going to tell you a story about a horrible image that will be stuck in my head for the rest of my life, but I’m warning you that you might not want to hear what I’m about to say. My description might embed itself in your brain forever, like it has done inside mine, and the thing I’m going to talk about is very, very upsetting. So I warned you, okay? More
Have you ever wanted to hear Miranda July talk about astrology? How about physics? Yeah? Okay, well, I don’t actually mean physics, just the particular way Miranda claims to experiences life as if it were a thing moving in slow-motion. We bet she owns a Carl Sagan turtleneck though! More
The Vice Guide to Everything is a new MTV docu-series from mag founder Shane Smith that tacks Vice‘s unique brand of dirt and glitter to investigative stories of culture, politics, and chicks. On Wednesday night, I pulled out my most coolly contemptuous look (winter box, next to a Santa Sweater) and headed to the premiere.
Before the screening, there was a cocktail hour (lest we be expected to site through an hour of television sober!) where we were served mixed drinks of Coke and Sailor Jerry brand spiced rum — which, all Ed Hardy associations aside, was actually rather delicious. Spike Jonze (who appeared in the pilot episode) was there along with Nick Zinner from The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and lots of good-looking kids. More
Image: Newscom From this year’s Thompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade, October 26, 2009. Still figuring out what to do for Halloween? Aside from lots of dog-costume parades, there are a ton of concerts, of course. Listed below are the shows … More
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Vice is throwing a 15th anniversary bash this Thursday that has a pretty great lineup: Bad Brains, The Jesus Lizard, Dave 1 from Chromeo, Peanut Butter Wolf, Nick Catchdubs, Rub-N-Tug, Blu Jemz, and Titus Andronicus & Children. There’s a 1994 … More
As always, Vice is throwing late night CMJ parties. This time they are new venue the Studio at Webster Hall at midnight. Wednesday, October 22: Krallice and Vried Thursday, October 23: Japanese Motors and Amazing Baby Friday, October 24: Night … More