Posts By: Andrea Kurland

The conservationist who fled Hollywood to save rhinos in the African Bush

Whenever she visited the lush safari paradise of South Africa’s Kruger National Park with her family as a teen, Lee-Anne Davis militantly protested ever leaving. “We’d drive all the way from Cape Town in our Kombi and spend the week, and I’d always go back kicking and screaming because I wanted to stay,” she recalls… Read more »

The Defiance Issue

In this issue, we’re celebrating Defiance in all its raw, subversive glory – from acts of quiet dissent and open rebellion to people who defy conventions (and the expectations of others) to prove that there are endless ways to live your life. We’ll hear stories of renegades hellbent on change who aren’t afraid to ‘step… Read more »

Huck 53 – The Change Issue

At the beginning of this year, we set ourselves a mission: to follow the trajectory of a great idea as it evolves to become a great life. It felt like the natural next step – to go in search of a kind of indie culture manifesto. We’d spent the best part of a decade hearing… Read more »

Dispatches from Cannes: What Addiction Does To Families

The world of movies tends to portray addiction in a certain dramatic light. Think tragic losers on a downward plummet towards the social fringes such as Nicolas Cage in Leaving Las Vegas. Rarely do we see the banal factors that sandwich self-destruction. Rarely do we see self-destruction rippling outwards, casting well-meaning loved ones in impossible… Read more »

Sideburn Magazine’s Gary Inman on going it alone

#8 – Gary Inman After growing disillusioned with the endless monotony of macho motorbike journalism as a freelance writer, Gary Inman took matters into his own hands in 2008 by co-founding Sideburn, a magazine that focused on personal stories rather than glitzy bike launches and celebs. “I want to talk about the heroes and the zeros:… Read more »