The New Yorker looks into e-cigarette culture.
In New York City, in the evenings, “vapers,” as they’re called, gather around a long table in the back of the Henley Vaporium, on the border of Nolita and SoHo, to discuss liquid-nicotine flavors (“Have you tried the new custard?”) and to “rebuild” their e-cigs. The first time I passed the Vaporium’s cloudy windows, I peered inside to see beyond the smoke. “Welcome,” a young, bearded man offered, as I sat down next to him at the table in the back. The video above is a glimpse into that world.